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Fab rates at luxury hotel in the heart of London -5* – London

Hotel Door Close to Oxford Street and Regents Park, this five star luxury hotel is the very essence of style and opulence.  With well proportioned guest rooms and decorated in a pleasing palette of warm colours, this hotel is a welcome base after a long day touring the city.

All the guest rooms in this hotel have air conditioning, an en suite bathroom with complementary toiletries, a fluffy bathrobe and slippers, cable TV with pay per view movies and a games console, a work desk with high speed internet and minibar.  A polite and prompt room service is also a welcomed addition.  Other hotel facilities include an IT and business centre, a functional and relaxing health club and spa plus on site restaurant and bar.  The unique formal restaurant offers a total dining experience where guests can enjoy fresh, international dishes under the shade of lofty palm trees which dot the room.  In addition, the casual bar offers the best of British bar meals including some excellent fish dishes, and the house speciality of champagne cocktails.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Madame Tussauds is a London tradition and a must for anyone with kids.  With 14 fun and interactive zones, this wax work museum showcases the rich and famous, but without the annoying entourages to push you out of the way.

For romance

The well run and famous London Zoo has a worldwide reputation as a leader in conservation and research.  A romantic wander around all the enclosures is just the thing on a first date, and for all you established couples out there how about adopting an animal?

For culture

The Household Cavalry Museum is a living, breathing museum that details real people doing a traditional job in a modern city.  Through glass panels, you can observe the members of the Household Cavalry take care of their horses in the 18th century stables that house them. A real gem.

For shopping

Topshops flagship store on Oxford Street is well worth a visit for all you fun, fast fashionista’s out there – the flagship store is 5 stories tall, complete with its own cafe, hair and nail salon.

For eating out

Aubaine at Selfridges is a beautifully executed restaurant which serves great food – as simple as that. Food doesn’t get much better than this. Pricey but very, very worth it.

For nightlife

On a clear, starry night you could not do better than take in a play at the Open Air Theatre at Regents Park. Adaptations of Shakespeare, musicals and comedy are all programmed here so take your pick and hope for a dry night!

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