Bolsover Street London W1 runs between Euston Road NW1 and New Cavendish Street W1 in the north eastern section of the London W1 area.
Bolsover Street, which runs through Carburton Street W1 and Clipstone Street W1, was originally called Norton Street and was part of the Portland Estate. Built between the 1720's and 1750's, Bolsover Street was named after a Derbyshire estate of the Cavendish family.
Bolsover Street runs parallel to both Great Portland Street W1 and Great Titchfield Street W1. Bolsover Street is home to the exclusive 4 star Grange Fitzrovia Hotel, located at 20-28 Bolsover Street W1.
The Grange Fitzrovia Hotel, home to the Omega Cocktail Bar, provides quality accommodation with excellent facilities within a central west London location.
Bolsover Street also lies close to the stylish Holiday Inn Regent's Park Hotel, situated on Carburton Street W1. Regent's Park, home to London Zoo, is located 800m north-west of Bolsover Street, behind Marylebone Road NW1.
Bolsover Street is located 250m west of the BT Tower, one of London's most famous structures, which stands at 60 Cleveland Street W1.
Other places of interest located close to Bolsover Street include Pollocks Toy Museum and traditional toy shop, located within two 18th and 19th century townhouses on Scala Street W1.
Bolsover Street, which has public car parking facilities, lies close to a number of London Underground stations, including Great Portland Street (20m north) and Regent's Park (300m north-west). Other London Underground stations close to Bolsover Street include Oxford Circus, located 600m south on Oxford Street W1. Oxford Circus Station provides Bakerloo, Central and Victoria line services to stations including Bond Street, Marble Arch and Tottenham Court Road.