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Luxury in the heart of London West End – 5*

Hotel DoorA short walk away from Oxford Street and Bond Street, this five star property offers a peaceful haven of relaxation in the popular West End district of London. It’s a great choice for business and leisure travellers who are looking for fantastic facilities and a good night’s sleep.

When it comes to relaxation, it’s easy to see why this hotel has been awarded the highly coveted five star rating. With an indoor pool, gym, jacuzzi, sauna, spa and steam room, everything that you need to make a pleasurable and rejuvenating stay is right at hand.

If you need to look after business affairs during your time in London, you’ll find that the business centre, board room, conference rooms and fax services help to ensure that everything goes swimmingly.

Hotel facilities include room service, concierge, currency exchange, laundry and wireless internet. The rooms themselves benefit from butler service, free toiletries, TV, telephone and a mini bar.

Those travelling with children will be pleased to know that babysitting services are available, and cots and cribs can be requested at reception.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families 

Kids will love the buzz of a live theatre show, and there are plenty of options that are suitable for all ages. Shrek The Musical has been particularly popular in recent years, and is a brilliant option for those visiting London with children.

For romance

If you’re hoping to impress a partner, book a table at Arbutus. A chic gastro bistro, it provides plenty in the way of romance without being pretentious. Try the signature squid and mackerel burger.

For culture

The National Portrait Gallery houses over 175,000 portraits dating from the 16th century to the present day. Popular exhibitions have included Marilyn Monroe and Mo Farah. If you love art, it’s a must-do during your time in London.

For shopping

The iconic Carnaby Street is known for its unique and independent boutiques, making it a destination in its own right. It became famous during the swinging 60s and has been a popular area ever since with a young and hip crowd. Look out for one-off vintage pieces with plenty of individuality.

For eating out

Head to St Christopher’s Place for a diverse selection of al fresco dining options. With restaurants including La Tasca, Pizza Express and Sofra, there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets.

For nightlife

Ruby Blue is a super stylish bar in the heart of the West End. There’s regular live entertainment and an extensive wine and cocktail menu, making it the ideal place to unwind with your favourite drink.

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