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The Cumberland Hotel

You’ll find The Cumberland Hotel where Oxford Street, with its incomparable shopping, meets Park Lane, one of the most glamorous streets in London. Hyde Park is just across the road, while Marble Arch Tube station – one stop on the Central Line from Bond Street – is right next door to the hotel, putting Piccadilly Circus, the West End and London’s wealth of attractions within easy reach.



In 1909, Gordon Selfridge opened a store in London to put Oxford Street on the world retail map. A lot may have changed over the last 100 years, but Selfridges has remained at the heart of the West End experience and is an ideal starting point for any shopping trip. The Cumblerand Hotel is only two minutes walking from Selfridges.

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Oxford Street

Oxford Street is a world famous shopping street in the heart of the West End, near Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Regent Street. With a wide range of shops including major department stores, brands’ flagship stores, designer shops and small boutiques. An easy three minute stroll from The Cumberland’s lobby puts you in the centre of the Oxford Street shopping experience!

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London West End

London’s West End is truly the heart of central London, containing many of the city’s major tourist attractions, businesses and theatres. The West End is home to London’s theatreland and contains the entertainment district around Leicester Square and Covent Garden, as well as the shopping areas of Oxford Street, Regents Street and Bond Street. Take in a show at London’s West End Theatreland and enjoy fine dining at the luxury Cumberland Hotel.

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Mayfair’s expansive and handsome architecture has always attracted the very wealthy. It was named after the fortnight-long May Fair that once took place there. Today Mayfair is a fashionable district that boasts the capital’s most exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants and clubs, and is an easy walk from the nearby Cumberland Hotel.

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is one of London’s top attractions. The Palace serves as both the office and London residence of Her Majesty The Queen.
It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today.
The 19 magnificent rooms on the tour are decorated with some of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection.

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park offers some of London’s finest historic landscapes covering 350 acres. With over 4,000 trees, a lake and a meadow, it’s a haven of calm in a buzzing city making it easy to forget you are in the centre of London. Walk across the street from The Cumberland Hotel and you stand at the foot of Hyde Park’s Marble Arch.