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Exceptional property in the heart of London!

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This super luxurious hotel benefits from a wonderful position overlooking Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. Despite its tranquil and beautiful green surroundings, it’s just a stone’s throw away from some of the best attractions in London, including the West End, Oxford Street and Harrods.

The hotel has all the modern facilities that you need to create a pleasant and relaxing break, including concierge, currency exchange, dry cleaning, wireless internet access and a skilled florist.

Rooms are equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and a work desk with lamp.

If you need to take care of business during your stay, you’ll find that everything you could ever wish for is readily available. With high-tech conference rooms, a secretarial service and audio and visual equipment, you’ll be finished your tasks with plenty of time left over for exploring the city.

There are two restaurants on-site, including a laidback lounge and a more formal dining room, serving traditional British food with a smile.

Whether your trip to London is for business or leisure, this popular hotel will more than exceed your expectations.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Nearby Madame Tussauds houses a famous collection of waxworks, and is a great day out for those travelling with children. Have your picture taken with more celebrities than you can shake a stick at, then enjoy a bite to eat in one of the many cafes close by.

For romance

Finding romance in a big city can seem like a challenge, but with Kensington Gardens right on your doorstep, you needn’t look too far. If the British weather allows, pack a picnic and go exploring.

For culture

The Natural History Museum is a must-see for anyone with an interest in wildlife. Housed in an architecturally magnificent building, it’s free and is full of exciting exhibits. 

For shopping

If you love shopping, no trip to London is complete without visiting Oxford Street. The longest shopping street in London, it has every high street store you could possibly think of, including flagship branches of Topshop and Marks and Spencer.

For eating out

Cotidie is an excellent eatery, with a daily menu change and modern, well-presented dishes. The chef behind the restaurant is known for his Michelin stars and innovative cooking, so you can be sure that you’re in for a real treat.

For nightlife

Earls Court exhibition centre is a venue that you’re probably familiar with, as it attracts big name artists from all over the world. For an extra special night out, book tickets to a concert. There’s bound to be something that appeals, given the extremely diverse list of events.


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