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Award winning boutique hotel – 5* – London

Hotel DoorVoted amongst the top 50 hotels in the world by a prestigious travel magazine, this five star boutique hotel is right at home in a 19th century building situated along the banks of the River Thames.  With a chic, contemporary design interior, this establishment shrouds its guests in a extraordinary level of luxury and comfort which is not often experienced in hotels.  In addition, this hotel incorporates an exciting restaurant that serves world class food – traditional French cuisine with a twist – in warm and relaxing surroundings. There are also fully furnished conference rooms which are just the ticket for an impressive business gathering.

As you would expect in a hotel of this calibre, the guest rooms are exemplary.  From the complementary fresh fruit and mineral water to the luxury en suite with fluffy bathrobes and toiletries to match, you know you are in for a tranquil, relaxing stay.  In addition, all rooms feature air conditioning, a work desk with a free internet connection, comfortable slippers, a well stocked minibar, a turndown service and TV with pay per view movies.  There are also interconnecting rooms which allow flexibility for large groups and families.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The glorious St Pauls Cathedral is a monument to hope and strength and is a symbol of the city.  Everyone is welcome through the doors of this sacred building which has an instantly recognisable silhouette with its proud domed roof and spires designed by that most English of men, Sir Christopher Wren.   

For romance

The nearby St Katherines Docks provide a great opportunity for you and your other half to relax in a stunning location while stopping for coffee and cakes or lunch in any one of the hip restaurants or bars there.

For culture

The South Bank of the Thames Cultural Walk begins at the Tower of London and guides you through many of London’s most famous landmarks over its 1.4 mile course. Information and maps can be found at Tourist Information or downloaded.

For shopping

Leadenhall Market is located a covered, glittering building which dates from the 14th century.  The ornate facade and interior houses some of the best food stalls and shops in London.  Fresh game, fish, groceries, cheese and flowers can all be bought here.

For eating out

Under the shadow of St Pauls, the Paternoster Chop House is a local favourite and self proclaimed champion of good old British fare.  That said, the food is excellent, although you won’t find many vegetarians in here.

For nightlife

The hidden away Patch Bar is worth seeking out for its combination of relaxed bar, contemporary cocktail bar and funky, loft style club. With a combination of trendy city types and fresh young things mixing it up to the music, this hip space is so much more than your average boozer.

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