Some of the closest hotels to Oxford Street in London include the London Edition, the Sanderson London, the Courthouse Hotel and the Nadler Soho Hotel. The London Edition is the closest, locateed only one block north of Oxford Street. The luxury hotel has the look of a vintage Georgian mansion, but the 173 well-appointed rooms are incredibly modern. Berners Tavern, one of the go-to eateries in London, is filled with wall-to-wall artwork, much of it antique.
The Sanderson London, located two blocks north, is part of the Morgan's Hotel Group. It is a contrast in styles, with old-fashioned high-back chairs sharing space with boldly colored modern furniture. Top of the line loft suites have their own terrace, with lounge chairs and furniture groupings overlooking the city. A spa, restaurants and bars are on site.
Sitting two blocks south of Oxford street, the Courthouse Hotel is a converted magistrates court. The Bar, located off the lobby, sits in the original prison section. They've turned some of the cells into private use VIP rooms. The Waiting Room, where breakfast buffet is served, is in the actual waiting room used by those due in court. The 116 hotel rooms and suites have modern, contemporary furnishings.
The Nadler Soho, at 78 rooms, is the smallest of the nearby properties, and it also sits two blocks south of Oxford Street. It's one of the most affordable hotels in the Soho district.