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Boutique hotel, fab location for Oxford St, Hyde Pk

Hotel Door This hotel has a modern and clean style, and is just walking distance from some of London’s best attractions. A one-off property with plenty in the way of style, comfort and convenience, it’s not difficult to see why it’s such a popular choice.

Guests choosing to stay at this hotel will benefit from some brilliant facilities, including concierge, currency exchange, a free daily newspaper and an on-site laundry service. The rooms themselves are chic and modern, and come fitted with cable TV, complimentary toiletries, modem access and a safe, for extra peace of mind.

If you need to take care of business during your stay, you’ll be pleased to know that the business centre has everything you need, including audio and visual equipment, as well as fax and photocopying services.

The hotel restaurant offers a laidback and relaxed environment, making it the ideal place to catch up with friends and family over a good meal. There’s also a bar, should you decide to start the night off with a few glasses of wine or ice cold beer.

A fitness centre is available for all guests, and is fully equipped with everything you need for a really good workout.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Children love seeing the bronze statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. For a day out on a budget, pack a picnic and enjoy exploring the gardens.

For romance

Why not try horse riding at Hyde Park? It’s an experience that will be a little bit different from your average date, and definitely something that you’ll never forget. Organise it as a surprise for your loved one, to make it that extra bit special.

For culture

Speakers’ Corner is an open-air area of Hyde Park where public speaking and debate are allowed. Do make the time to pay a visit, as it’s truly fascinating to see what’s being discussed on any given day. Speakers can discuss whatever they like, though often run the risk of being heckled by the crowd.

For shopping

Oxford Street is a shopper’s dream come true. Call into the Marks and Spencer store at Marble Arch to see the iconic British retailer’s full collection of clothing, accessories, home items and food.

For eating out

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is an experience not to be missed by any serious food lover visiting London. Expect to see weird and wonderful delights such as ‘meat fruit’. Tables are hard to come by, so book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

For nightlife

Legendary London nightclub Chinawhite has to be seen to be believed. Attracting a young and trendy crowd, it’s a popular choice every weekend for visitors and locals alike. Wear your best gladrags.

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