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Boutique townhouse at British Museum inc breakfast – 4* – London

Hotel DoorWhile some hotels in the capital offer faceless service and generic rooms, this little gem of a hotel is truly unique. Appealing to those with an eye for design and a taste for the finer things in life, the building itself is beautiful, and the facilities will have you coming back time and time again. It’s in walking distance of the British Museum, and is easily accessible from all parts of London thanks to local transport links.

Hotel facilities include laundry, air conditioning, currency exchange, safety deposit boxes, iPod and iPhone adaptors and concierge.

Rooms are individual and unique, though they all come with the added benefit of room service, internet access, kettles, living areas, safes, hairdryers and pay-per-view movies. If you fancy a night in rather than hitting the town, everything you need will be on hand.

Business travellers will be pleased to see that the business facilities here are excellent. While away from the comfort of your own office, you’ll find conference rooms, fax services, printers and sound equipment. There is also a pleasant terrace area, ideal for enjoying a cold drink on warm evenings in the capital.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The huge Odeon cinema in Leicester Square is popular with families. All the big blockbusters are showing, as well as the occasional smaller film. You’re bound to find something to keep everyone entertained.

For romance

Texture Restaurant and Champagne Bar is a luxurious eatery complete with a highly talented chef and an award-winning wine expert. It’s a place to impress, so bear it in mind if you want to leave a lasting impression.

For culture

The British Museum showcases the very best of British history and culture. It’s just a short walk from this hotel, and has more exhibitions than you could ever work through in an average day.

For shopping

Oxford Street is an absolute must. It’s the longest shopping street in London, and you’re bound to find a few new additions for your wardrobe.

For eating out

The Angus Steak House is a fast growing London chain, and the perfect spot for meat lovers. Choose your favourite cut of meat and order sides such as salads, chips and sauces.

For nightlife

The Windsor Castle is a traditional and patriotic pub with so much interesting memorabilia that it could almost be considered as a museum. Enjoy a cold pint of their finest beer and watch the world go by.

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