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Soho is one of London's most vibrant areas with bars, shops, restaurants and clubs condensed into the area between Oxford Street, Regent Street, Charing Cross Road and Leicester Square. Over the past 20 years the area has seen an influx of design and media industries which has helped the area become a fashionable hub of creativity and entertainment.
Berwick Street, Carnaby Street, Wardour Street and Old Compton Street are some of the most famous locations in Soho, but there is much more to explore both in the daytime and at night.
Hotels near Soho, London
Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel is within walking distance of Soho whilst also giving you access to neighbouring Covent Garden. Walk along Shaftesbury Avenue into the southern part of Soho and you'll find Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club and Madame JoJos as you go.
Benefiting from proximity to both Bloomsbury and Covent Garden the Bloomsbury Street Hotel also offers guests easy access to Soho. A short stroll down New Oxford Street will take you towards Soho Square, a peaceful haven amidst the hustle and bustle of Soho.
In its perfect location in the centre of Oxford Street the Radisson Blu Edwardian Berkshire Hotel offers access to the heart of Soho via a short stroll along Oxford Street. Avoid the crowds by taking some of the smaller side streets such as Poland Street or Berwick Street.