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Brand New Hotel in Central London

tgt11There are many luxurious hotels with a long history in London, so when a new opulent hotel pops up, it’s not without hardship that it makes a name for itself. Yet this secret hotel has managed to do that in quite a short time. How does a new hotel become one of the most appreciated London hotels in such a short time? Simple: by offering impeccable service! With its award winning management, this hotel combines tradition with modern comfort. All rooms are designer decorated and feature unique furniture pieces that will make you feel like royalty.

All the rooms have air-conditioning, widescreen 3D TVs, free Wi-Fi and Broadband Internet access, luxurious amenities, a mini bar. All guests get complimentary buffet breakfast and morning coffee!

20 non-smoking guest rooms are waiting for you to walk through their doors. You’ll get King Beds, professional hairdryers, a Nespresso machine and complimentary bathrobes and slippers. The hotel features an elegant sitting room with a superb fireplace and timber flooring. Rest your tired feet and enjoy a glass of brandy there, before going up to your room.

In the Local Area

If you’re staying at this lovely secret hotel, then we recommend you go visit the Italian Gardens in Kensington Gardens. They consist of four basins with central rosettes, carved in Carrara marble and they are simply exquisite.

Interested in doing some light shopping? Then Oxford Street is right outside this secret hotel and it will satisfy even the most avid shopper. Start and one end of the street and end at the other. You’ll see how fast time flies when you’re having fun.

Have a cup of coffee in Regent’s Park or go see the London Zoo or the Open Air Theatre inside the park. Make sure you bring your camera with you, because if you’re going up to Primrose Hill, you’ll get to see one of the best panoramic views of London.

If you tire of the Kensington area (although we seriously doubt you will), Notting Hill is not too far from the hotel. If you plan on visiting the area, then we recommend you visit the huge Portobello Road Market and do some antique shopping on Saturday. The market used to be a fresh-food market in the 19th century and in the 1940’s antiques started to be sold here. When that happened, everything changed, and the place is now one of London’s most important shopping attractions.

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