Luxury Serviced Apartments in
Oxford Street

Luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street are some of the finest around. A blend of style, space and class, these apartments are also in one of the most ideal locations for someone travelling to London on a leisurely visit. 


With our extensive portfolio of serviced apartments in London, we are able to accommodate our customers, on a luxury level, almost anywhere in central London. Our serviced apartments near Oxford Street come with a range of room number and sizes, meaning that they are able to house a variety of guests.

Oxford Street Apartments

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£300

per night
From

£420

per night

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Oxford Street Guide

Luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street are some of the finest around. A blend of style, space and class, these apartments are also in one of the most ideal locations for someone travelling to London on a leisurely visit. 


With our extensive portfolio of serviced apartments in London, we are able to accommodate our customers, on a luxury level, almost anywhere in central London. Our serviced apartments near Oxford Street come with a range of room number and sizes, meaning that they are able to house a variety of guests.

Why choose our luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street

As a booking agent specially tailored towards the high-end market, here at Central London Apartments we can guarantee a quality service throughout your stay. A fully independent British brand operating from within London, we have endless amounts of expertise in the luxury serviced apartment market.

Our stylish Oxford Street apartments are no different from any of our others. Having been personally hand-picked by our team, we make sure that all of our apartments in London are up to the standards that our guests expect. Being in such a lavish area, Oxford Street serviced apartments tend to be top of the range in any case, but at Central London Apartments we make sure our apartments differentiate themselves from the rest of the pack.

What is a luxury serviced apartment?

When you think of staying in a hotel, do you ever think your stay could be so much more complete with some added home comforts? If this is the case, then a serviced apartment is for you. Partnering the ease of cooking in your own abode with daily or weekly housekeeping, serviced apartments are perfect for those seeking a luxurious in a home away from home.

All of our apartments near Oxford Street consist of fully-furnished kitchens, with a hob and oven provided as standard. This means that unlike a hotel room, luxury serviced apartments are perfect for short or long stays. All fitted with wonderfully sized living areas and bedrooms; why not enjoy London from a permanent resident’s point of view?

Some of our luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street even come with an outside terrace area. This can be perfect in the summer to star gaze into London’s night sky, whilst enjoying a glass of wine or a cup of tea before bed. 

Many of our London apartments are part of dedicated residential apartment buildings. This means that they can come with hotel-like features such as a spa, fitness centre or swimming pool. For luxury areas of London like Oxford Street, options such as drivers can also be arranged. 

What are the benefits of a luxury serviced apartment in Oxford Street?

One of the main positives that come with all of our apartments, and especially with our Oxford Street apartments, is a fantastic sense of privacy. We believe it is important when in a new surrounding and environment that you have your own private and comfortable space. Not having to live by a pre-set schedule, which you might have to when staying at a hotel, allows you to enjoy staying in London with no added pressures.

Oxford Street is renowned for its indulgent shopping. So if you’re travelling to London to explore some of the famous department stores such as Fortnum & Mason, our serviced apartments near Oxford Street are the perfect option for you. 

Sandwiched between Mayfair and Marylebone, Oxford Street apartments are located in the heart of central London. This is a massive benefit to those who are visiting on a cultural extravaganza and visiting famous landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. 

If a long day of visiting culture has made you a little bit hungry, a perk of being situated in and around Oxford Street is that there is a host of lovely restaurants. If you would rather just enjoy a civilised evening drink, this can also easily be achieved. 

Hyde Park is just a stone’s throw away and can provide the perfect setting to have a picnic. Whether by the Serpentine Lake or just somewhere else in the park, it is gorgeous scenery to enjoy a spot of lunch. If you’re visiting in the winter then you will be able to enjoy the magical Winter Wonderland.

Guide to Oxford Street

Travel

With Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road all dotted along Oxford Street, it makes this street one of the most accessible in London. With the Bakerloo, Central, Victoria and Northern lines all passing through it, it maximises the amount of travelling you can do in a day by a huge amount. Being directly in the centre of London, there are many different bus services available on Oxford Street. This being said, as one of the most popular shopping destinations in London, there is also a host of black cabs that can help you transport those bags back to your luxury Oxford Street accommodation.

Culture

The surrounding area of Oxford Street is lined with fascinating historical attractions. Connecting Oxford Street to Hyde Park is London’s famous Marble Arch. This was erected in 1827 as an entrance to Buckingham Palace, but was moved in the 1960s due to the repositioning of Park Lane. Just a few streets away from Oxford Street you will also find the Wallace Collection, an art museum with many antique items.

Nightlife

Oxford Street is classed as one of the best locations to venture out for a late night dance. With London regulars such as Be At One and Slug & Lettuce there is always a reliable dining option available. Meanwhile, The Loop and Carwash night clubs provide plenty of music and room for a late night dance.

Shopping

With mass department stores such as Selfridges, John Lewis and House of Fraser alongside hundreds of other smaller stores, you don’t have to look much further than Oxford Street for your London shopping. A variety of sports, jewellery, beauty and of course fashion shops are all dotted around the 1.3 mile long street.

Food & Drink

With many ‘chain’ restaurants in the area such as Cote Brasserie, there are also some fantastic lesser known eateries in the area. Cookhouse Joe and Burger & Lobster are some brilliant places for dinner after a few hours of shopping. If you’d rather have a drink to finish the day, then the Champagne and Oyster Bar as well as Harry Gordon’s Bar & Kitchen are some lavish options.