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4 or 5* hotel recommendation - Marble Arch/Oxford St. London

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Greetings chaps,

Hope everyone is enjoying the lovely spring weather. My relatives are visiting LONDON, UK for a few nights next week.

They want to stay in the Oxford Street/Marble Arch area as they have been to that part of the city before, want to stroll along some of the stores in the area and not have to deal with traffic, subways etc.

I have visited that part of town before but am not too familiar with the accommodation options.

They are looking to spend 200-300GBP a night, and would prefer breakfast to be included.

Basically, they are looking for:

1) Location convenient to Oxford/Regent street
2) Nice rooms, preferably spacious, 4 or 5 star
3) Polite staff - e.g. to help them with their luggage, shopping bags to the hotel room (they will tip of course)
4) Clean, modern toilets, easy for senior citizens to use
5) Safety and a pleasant ambience in the hotel

Chain hotels are fine e.g. Hyatt, Hilton, Marriott, Intercontinental etc. or boutique hotels. They have not status or membership affiliations.

What would you chaps suggest?
Thank You,

Andy

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