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Absolute gem ideal for West End & Oxford St shops – 4* – London

Hotel DoorSituated in a prime location in the very heart of London, this hotel is housed in a beautiful Edwardian building that has been lovingly restored to its original architectural style. As you might imagine, the property has a feel of true luxury that can only be achieved by buildings with such an impressive history.

The hotel’s facilities include room service, concierge, currency exchange, laundry and a daily free newspaper. The rooms themselves are spacious and tastefully decorated, with air conditioning, cable TV, a well stocked mini bar and a safe coming as standard.

Any visit to the on-site restaurant is one to remember, as the chefs pride themselves on their very well-deserved reputation. Spacious and airy, yet still an ideal location for an intimate meal, the food is delicious and there is an excellent selection of choices.

Business travellers are also well catered for, as the business centre is the perfect place to get down to work. Fax and photocopying services are available.

Guests are welcome to use the gym, which offers state-of-the-art equipment and everything you need to keep in shape.

Our top picks close to this hotel 

For families

Leicester Square is home to the most famous cinema in London, so you’ve probably seen celebrities gracing the red carpets on TV. For an afternoon activity that the whole family will enjoy, book tickets to see the latest blockbuster film.

For romance

To impress your travelling partner, book a table at Cocoon, one of London’s leading pan-Asian restaurants. The food is excellent, and the ambience is ideal for a romantic night out.

For culture 

Call in to see the Wallace Collection, an impressive collection of world-renowned paintings and sculptures. Entrance is free.

For shopping

This hotel is so close to Oxford Street, arguably the best shopping street in the whole of London. Spend an afternoon browsing the many designer boutiques, department stores and high street shops.

For eating out 

The Diner Soho serves up classic American food at surprisingly reasonable prices. It was voted as one of London’s best cheap eats, and is a great place to refuel after a hard day of shopping or sightseeing.

For nightlife

For a great night out, hit the West End. Theatre tickets are readily available at bargain prices, and the area comes alive after dark. Call into one of the many pavements bars and cafes for a drink or two after seeing the show of your choice.


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