Central London�is known for its upscale shopping streets and posh�areas like Marylebone, which gets its name from a church called St. Mary's. It is a blend of Edwardian magnitude, modern living and discreet elegance.
Short walk from Oxford Street, you will get to Marylebone High Street, where great shopping is found. There are lots of attractions near Marylebone, like Madame Tussaud's, the Lords Cricket Ground, Regent Park and Hyde Park.
Another area of interest is Fitzrovia, which is a maze of small, one-way streets occupied by advertising agencies, architects and show rooms that have made it a high design neighborhood. You will find restaurants with chic interiors that only add glamour to the dining experience. On the eastern side of Fitzrovia is Bloomsbury, home to British Library, University College and the British Museum.
Covent Garden is another appealing place for tourist and home to numerous shopping streets, including Seven Dials, a crafts market and the Royal Opera House. Get amused by the street entertainers and open space dining is a must here.
At Soho one can find a fusion of the trendy and tacky. Its streets seem more exotic than the rest of the city, lined up with jazz clubs, cinemas and theatres. While at Leicester Square, tourists can find a plethora of bars and clubs.�
There are a lot of excellent hotels in Central London. At� The Hyde Park Towers Hotel, guests will marvel at the property's own distinct Victorian style. The hotel is close to shopping along Oxford Street. However, if looking to stay in the West End area check into The Ritz London.
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