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Luxury Bond Street Hotel

Hotel DoorThis five star luxury hotel, in the exclusive Mayfair district, offers deluxe rooms and suites in an unbeatable location. All rooms are air conditioned, with cable TV and Internet access. The hotel also boasts an elegant restaurant and bar area as well as sauna and gym facilities for guests. Those travelling on business will also benefit from audio/visual equipment, conference rooms and courier services.

Local Area

The Mayfair district is known for its beautiful architecture from the cobbled streets of Shepherd Market to Grosvenor Square. Local attractions include Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Piccadilly Circus and most notably the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. Bond Street tube station has access to the Central and Jubilee lines allowing you to visit further afield if you so desire; Notting Hill for example is just four stops away.

This hotel, is situated in one of London’s prime shopping locations; just minutes away from the world famous Oxford Street which boasts an array of both designer and highstreet shops. Selfridges shopping centre is located just up from Bond Street tube station, selling high end fashion,beauty, homeware, food and wine. Further down just off Regent Street, is Liberty, established in 1875, this is one sophisticated shopping experience you will not want to miss.

London’s famous Hyde Park, covering 350 acres, is walking distance from Bond Street. Hire bikes to cycle round, feed the squirrels or relax with a drink and bite to eat at the Serpentine Bar and Kitchen. Deck chairs are available for hire as well as pedalos and rowing boats at the Serpentine lake if you fancy some tranquility from the city.

At night, discover the bustling nightlife of Tottenham Court road’s clubs and cocktail bars. The Experimental Cocktail Club is located in Chinatown, based on a speakeasy, this hidden drinking den serves delicious cocktails and even vintage spirits. Venture further into soho for West End theatre, showing matinees and evening performances from The Lion King to Shrek.

You’ll be spoilt for choice when choosing where to eat. Sample world famous sushi at Park Lane’s Nobu or go for a traditional British roast at the many Victorian Pubs scattered around the centre. If it’s views of the city you’re after, head for a drink at Galvin at Windows, for a first class skyline view.

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