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Fab bedrooms in a fantastic location – 4* – London

Hotel DoorGreat rates – check.  Phenomenal location – check.  Fantastic rooms – check.  For an all round hotel that really delivers the goods, this one is unbeatable.   This four star establishment is superbly located just off Regents Street and a short hop away from Oxford Street and Bond Street and just around the corner is Regents Park.  It offers the perfect situation for those in town on business or pleasure, being in a tranquil yet central location it makes a great base to return to after a busy day.

The 24 hour reception or concierge service is polite and friendly, and can organise complementary newspapers, theatre reservations, facilities and bookings at the fully equipped on site business centre.  All the guest rooms are thoughtfully designed and arranged with air conditioning, an en suite bathroom, room service, tea and coffee making facilities, a turndown service, a work desk with lamp and TV.  There is also a relaxing lobby bar that residents are able to make full use of.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

BBC Broadcasting House stands for everything that is British.  This cornerstone institution of broadcasting is world renowned and a tour of the iconic art deco building where you can walk down the same corridors as some TV and radio legends is a must do for every TV fan and their family.

For romance

All Souls Church at Langham Place is a lovely, intimate and still very active church which is beautifully designed and the perfect place to take a few minutes out of a busy day and reflect on life, love and everything.

For culture

The Subway Gallery is a subterranean space that is dedicated to showcasing works by contemporary artists.  A former shoe repair kiosk from the 1960’s might not outwardly be the most inspiring place to locate a gallery but it is well worth the venture underground for this one!

For shopping

The Cabbages and Frocks Market makes an appearance once a week on a Saturday within the grounds of Marylebone Parish Church and is a truly eclectic gathering of local talents!  From balsamic vinegar to bonnets, from clothes to cappuccino, you may be very, very lucky and find some real gems here.  A relaxed, casual approach to shopping.

For eating out

Langan’s Bistro on Devonshire Street is a small and elegant place to eat surrounded by the modern art works and sketches which adorn the walls.  With its classic menu of Anglo-French cuisine, white table cloths and value for money menu, this is one restaurant that is defiantly worth a trip to.

For nightlife

The Kings Head on Westmoreland Street is a proper pub.  Darts, dominoes, real ale, fruit machines and background music so low you can actually hear yourself talk!  If you are yearning for a traditional establishment where all are welcome, then this is the place to head to.

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