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Amazing late Deals in the Heart of the West End – 4* – London

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This boutique hotel is the perfect option for visitors to London who wish to be within walking distance of some of the city’s most popular attractions, including Covent Garden, Soho and Oxford Street.

It’s a traditional and privately owned property, meaning that great service and a warm welcome is guaranteed. While some London hotels can seem cold and formal, you’ll be made to feel like part of the family when you check in here.

Hotel facilities include room service, concierge, a luggage room, airport transfers and a 24-hour reception desk. The rooms benefit from cable TV, telephone, a hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and a safe.

If you’re here on business, the audio and visual equipment and meeting rooms will ensure that you have everything you need to make things go as smoothly as possible.

There is also a beautifully decorated breakfast room and a stylish lounge bar, which is the perfect place to catch up with friends over a few drinks in the evening.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Ripley’s Believe It or Not is a museum with a difference. Packed full of weird and wonderful exhibitions, it’s certainly an eye-opener!

For romance

An evening at the theatre in the West End provides a date with a difference. Pick a romantic show and cuddle up with some popcorn and a few glasses of wine. Afterwards, there are plenty of bars in the vicinity.

For culture

The London Transport Museum tells the fascinating story of travel in the city throughout the ages. There’s the option to take a guided tour, or you can just make your own way through the exhibits.

For shopping

Hit Covent Garden for a diverse range of shops and a busy atmosphere. Call into the Apple store to stock up on your favourite gadgets, or check out the market for one-off individual pieces.

For eating out

For the best of British, try Hix in Soho. There’s a daily changing menu, and the ambience is relaxed yet stylish. It’s a favourite with the food critics and is regularly fully booked, so make a reservation well in advance to avoid disappointment.

For nightlife

Sherlock Holmes is a traditional Victorian boozer, with more memorabilia than you could ever imagine. Enjoy a pint of the Sherlock Holmes bitter while catching up with old TV shows on the wide screens.

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