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Hotel DoorThis four star hotel is centrally located and just a stone’s throw from national and international transport links, making it a popular choice with business travellers and those looking to strike a balance between comfort and convenience.

Facilities here are second to none, and nothing is ever too much trouble for the helpful staff. Whether you need airport transfers, theatre reservations, or just wish to browse the gift shop, you’ll find everything here.

If you’re in London on business, you’ll find that the on-site business centre can help you to take care of any outstanding tasks with the least amount of fuss.

The hotel has two restaurants. One serves Continental lunch and dinner options, and one specialises in Indian cuisine. If you enjoy trying new things, be sure to visit the latter. The menu is innovative and exciting, and has earned the restaurant an excellent reputation. There’s also a cocktail bar with an impressive selection of beers, wines and spirits. If it’s more of a laidback evening you’re hoping for, simply retire to your room and take advantage of room service.

For more active types, a trip to the on-site pool or gym might be the order of the day. The sauna is also a popular facility at this hotel.

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For families

The London Eye is a short distance from this hotel, and provides a fantastic way to see all that the city has to offer. If you’re visiting over the Christmas period, make sure you check out the brilliant markets that can be found along the riverbanks beneath the Eye. It’s a great place to enjoy a mug of mulled wine and a mince pie.   

For romance

The London Eye isn’t just for families and children. If you’re looking to impress, book your own capsule to enjoy an intimate experience looking over the city.

For culture 

The Guardian News and Media Gallery features a rolling programme that covers stories, pictures and illustrations from the paper’s history. If you like current affairs, you’ll certainly enjoy a trip here. 

For shopping

Covent Garden is a brilliant place for shopping, whether you’re looking for clothing, quirky individual finds or even antiques. The area tends to get very busy during the day, so visit early to avoid the crowds.

For eating out 

At Kings Cross, visitors will find KERB, a new street food experience that has quickly become a massive hit with the locals and keen food lovers. It’s entirely different from dining at a restaurant, but this is part of its charm. The food is exceptional and prices are extremely reasonable.

For nightlife

To start your night out in style, call for a glass of something bubbly at The Champagne Bar in St Pancras Station. It has a reputation for serving only the finest champagnes, and is popular throughout the day and evening.

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