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Luxury stay London City – 5* – London

Hotel DoorIf lavish luxury is your thing then look no further than this Top Secret Hotel.  Five star comforts await you in this new London hotel, which is well located in the heart of the city in a original and classic building.  From the elegant lobby bar to the 24 hour reception, everything is tailored with your stay and convenience in mind.  The organised concierge service can help arrange a limousine, city tours, private car or cab hire, currency exchange, airport transfers, complementary newspapers, VIP services, laundry and dry cleaning and shoe shine if required.  This is a great hotel for a business meeting, conference or banquet with state of the art facilities complete with translation and secretarial services.

On arrival in the perfectly appointed guest rooms you are welcomed with complementary fruit and mineral water.  In addition, all the rooms are equipped with climate control, an en suite bathroom with complementary toiletries and slippers, under floor heating, piped music in the bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, a discrete butler service, minibar and work station with internet connection.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

With its origins in the 1920’s, The London Transport Museum is a fascinating tour through the history of transport with the aim to preserve and explain just how we used to get around the city, before congestion charges and traffic jams!

For romance

The little known Regents Canal is a tucked away spot for lovers to take time and meander down this beautiful waterway at a slower pace to the mad buzz of the city that surrounds you.  Try Jason’s Canal Boat Trips starting at Little Venice for a perfect, relaxed date.

For culture

The Charles Dickens Museum houses the library and headquarters of The Dickens Fellowship in what was the great man’s home from 1837 to 1839.  Different rooms outline different aspects of his life and are a haunting and emotive representation of his life and times.

For shopping

Columbia Road Flower Market is a fragrant and colourful shopping haven for anyone seeking the very best in floral arrangements. Even if you don’t buy, it is a simply lovely spot in which to while away a few hours.

For eating out

While the fish and chips are no longer served in traditional newspaper, Poppies near Spitalfield’s serves an unbelievable melt in the mouth portion of this most British of dishes.

For nightlife

Gordon’s Wine Bar is a dimly candle lit and enticing cellar bar near to Charring Cross Station which must be experienced by any self respecting night owl. Established in 1890, things have changed very little over the years – there is no music, no hip decor or flashing light – just great drink and fabulous gardens for hot summer evenings.  All you need to do is provide the company of your choice for a memorable evening out.

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