Part of the world famous Oxford Street, which is home to hundreds of retailers, New Oxford Street runs into High Holborn. Within the trendy Bloomsbury district, New Oxford Street is a street that is not only conveniently located for easy access to important amenities and facilities but is also close to many famous sights and places of interest. Some of the local attractions around New Oxford Street include the Cartoon Museum, the British Museum, Conway Hall, the London Film Museum and Lazarides Gallery.
While Oxford Street is well known for its wide variety of retailers and bustling atmosphere, New Oxford Street is home to a range of businesses. The trade organisation the CBI has office space in New Oxford Street, as does the Confederation of Indian Industry. Publishers, advertising agencies, PR consultants and production companies are among the other businesses that occupy offices in New Oxford Street.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will never be far from exciting entertainment, as there is always plenty going on around New Oxford Street. You can enjoy a performance at the Shaftesbury Theatre, take in live jazz at Ray’s Jazz at Foyles, or catch a movie at Curzon Soho. From afternoon tea and light snacks to British meals and international cuisine, the dining options are exciting and plentiful around New Oxford Street. Enjoy a great meal at the Savoy Grill, try the tasty Chinese dishes at Shanghai Blues or sample authentic Greek cuisine at Konaki.
There are excellent transport links around New Oxford Street, with Holborn and Covent Garden being the closest tube stations. You can reach mainline services at Charing Cross and Farringdon railway stations. In the New Oxford Street neighbourhood you will also find secure parking facilities, ideal if you are driving in the area. You can also easily access numerous bus services and taxis from the area.