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Luxury hotel close to Hyde Park & Oxford Street – 5 star – London

Hotel DoorWith its ideal West End location, five star rating and deluxe feel, this hotel is just waiting to be chosen by people who want to enjoy all the capital has to offer.  Cleverly combining modern and contemporary with the classic and traditional, this accommodation has something for everyone.  The spacious feel in the public areas is carried on through to the guest rooms making it a charming place to relax as well. Guests are spoilt for choice with two onsite restaurants serving the finest British or European cuisine, while the elegant and social bar is a whiskey lovers paradise!

In addition to all this, there is a first class business suite, a gym and relaxation facilities including a sauna and bookable massages.  The 24 hour reception can help organise VIP and valet services, currency exchange, free newspapers, concierge and room services, valet parking, translation and secretarial services and laundry.

The guest rooms are all elegantly furnished, tastefully decorated and feature the same modern amenities seen through the hotel featuring air conditioning, radio alarms, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, city maps, climate control, cable and pay per view service on the flat screen LCD TV, connecting rooms for larger families and groups, daily housekeeping, tea and coffee making facilities, a turndown service, bathrobes and slippers on request, a work desk with a lamp and internet access, a  safe, a sewing kit, a hair dryer and a mini bar,

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Even if you are not a family of shoppers, kids will love to see and watch the utterly amazing window displays at Selfridges.  If you time your visits to certain times of the year such as Christmas, Easter and Halloween, the displays are magical.

For romance

When the weekend crowds become overwhelming, slope off to St Christopher’s Place, the perfect area for a pit stop and some R&R. It has lovely and numerous little cafés, bars and restaurants to relax in.

For culture

For the very best in contemporary photography, try a browse around the Photographers Gallery on Oxford Street.

For shopping

OK, so Oxford Street might not be the place to bag quirky one off or vintage pieces, but for wardrobe staples at low prices, head to the Primark Flagship Store. If you can get in through the very crowed doors, that is.

For eating out

Goodman is a classic New York style steakhouse with dark wood and leather panels and booths.  It goes without saying, not a great one for vegetarians.

For nightlife

The 100 Club has played host, over the years, to the likes of Mick Jagger, the Sex Pistols and Louis Armstrong.  Anywhere with that kind of pulling power can’t be bad!

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