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The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the most strategic place to set off on a tour of the world's most celebrated department stores. In the southern part of the neighbourhood lies Chinatown, with its multitude of delicious and affordable restaurants. Closer to the Thames, Chinatown's narrow and teeming lantern-lit lanes spill onto the expansive hub of glitzy Leicester Square.
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
reviewed yesterday by ranjanapathak
Oxford street in London is a major market street. It has more than 300 shops & restaurants. There are many brand shops and departmental stores also. It runs from Tottenham Court Road to Marble Arch via Oxford Circus. SOHO, Regent street and Bond street meet oxford street and gives an excellent walk for best shopping.
We really just wanted to see what a London casino was like on a brief stop. We did, and it was sort of like a darker, much smaller Vegas casino, but with different levels that allowed you to sort of pick your environment. We ended up at the lower level and had a very nice and cordial chat with one...
Ideally, I would give just 3 stars for a bridge like this- it is quite plain esp compared to the much more spectacular bridges dotting the River Thames.
But the extra one star goes to the history and the spectacular views of the London skyline you get to enjoy. Plus, since it is not as crowded with tourists as the...
"Alex Prager's 'Silver Lake Drive' photographs are just stunning!"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by gary w
This American photographer has produced some really interesting scenes of American life in very large scale pics full of detail and deliberation - see my pics below, some edited close-up for you to see interesting poses arranged by Prager.
A great show over the top two floors of the gallery.
Had the graduation dinner of my brother there.
Super high quality, absolute excellent service, especially from Marta our servant.
The food: incredible! Definitely a must try if interested in high quality food! 👌🏻
"All these years and they still have the same quality"
reviewed 6 days ago by georgeemmaant
Buying our coffee beans form this shop since the 90s it is amazing how the quality is kept to the same high standards. They have a generous variety of beans and teas to choose from and you can even ask to taste the beans. Nick was our favourite person to order and have our beans prepared according to our coffee...
After my son sending me a video of the Sunday Roast here, we decided to book for his fiancées birthday as they were flying over from Spain for the weekend.
Well what can I say that hasn’t been said already, this place is immense. We stood at the top of the stairs waiting to book in and all of us...
Love, love, love this restaurant! It is very close to all the theatres and we were going to a show afterwards. So great location. The food was delicious and mixed a wonderful range of flavours and textures. We had the vegan tasting menu but they cater for everyone, with meat and fish too! The staff were very helpful and attentive....
We stayed one night and wish it could have been longer! From the time we exited our taxi EVERY single member of staff made us feel so welcome. Very friendly and not at all stuffy. At check in we were informed that our room wasn’t quite ready and as we were early we weren’t surprised. For our inconvenience (!) we...
The location is excellent and close the theatres. The room is extra small but I got used to it over the 10 days I was there, and I found it quiet and restful. Most of the day I was out and about - and the night too, so the times in the room were limited and quite comfortable. The bed...
The Nadler Hotel is a great place to stay if you want to stay somewhere that is unique, quiet, but a stone's throw away from Oxford Street, major shopping and places to visit. It is a short walk from the Underground (Tottenham Court Road Station.) The staff is friendly, and always on duty.
"A peaceful and super cool oasis in the heart of London"
reviewed today by LuxTravelist
My boyfriend and I only stayed for a night at Cafe Royal but we loved it! We were in a huge Grand Junior Suite (465), which had views right out onto Regent Street and Leicester Square - amazing.
The hotel is so stylish and chic, especially with the new lobby area.
The best bit was the staff, from charming Anne...
Popped into the ham yard hotel whilst out shopping with a friend . We fancied s nice cup of tea and a cake ! So we thought we’d check out the ham yard hotel . We’ve been there in the evening before but not in the afternoon . Much quieter and relaxing in the afternoon although there were still plenty...