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Modern hotel in the heart of Bloomsbury – 4*

Hotel DoorThis contemporary hotel is a great choice if you plan to explore the West End or hit the shops on Oxford Street. A four star property with excellent facilities, it is particularly popular with leisure travellers.

The rooms here are light and airy, with plenty of space to relax after a busy day in London. All rooms are equipped with free internet access, TV, telephone, a mini bar and private bathrooms with a shower and bathtub.

Before hitting the town, you might want to enjoy a meal in the restaurant. It has a brilliant reputation and attracts locals as well as hotel guests, so you can be sure that any bite to eat will be a pleasurable one. Whether it’s a light snack or a three course meal, you’ll find what you’re looking for. The bar has a good selection of beers and spirits, as well as a wine list.

A modern property, tastefully decorated and right on the doorstep of some of London’s finest attractions, travellers choosing to stay at this hotel will not be disappointed.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The Cartoon Museum is a great day out for children and adults alike. Showcasing the stories behind some of the most famous cartoons of our time, including Dennis the Menace and Desperate Dan, it’s full of nostalgia and fond memories 

For romance

For a date with a difference, why not hire a pedalo in Hyde Park? The boating lake is open every day and is a lovely spot for enjoying a bit of romance when visiting London.

For culture

The Charles Dickens Museum will provide your dose of culture, and is a must-see for literature fans. The building is where Dickens himself resided between 1837 and 1839. Two of his daughters were born here, and it’s believed that two of his greatest novels, Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby were written here. The museum offers a varied programme throughout the year for adults and children.

For shopping

If you’re in the mood for splashing the cash, head to Oxford Street. As Europe’s longest shopping street, it has retailers that will appeal to every taste imaginable. Don’t miss Selfridges, the biggest department store on the street, which sells everything from designer jewellery to make-up.

For eating out

If you enjoy sumptuous settings, celebrity spotting and fine Cantonese food, check out Hakkasan. Prices are high, but it’s well worth it for a special occasion.

For nightlife

The Bloomsbury Tavern is an honest and traditional British pub, with a good selection of local ales and a decent wine list. You’re guaranteed to receive a warm welcome.


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