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Refurbished luxury in iconic location

Hotel DoorEasily located for you to take advantage of all the top sights and attractions such as Buckingham Palace and Westminster, this lovely four star hotel is fresh and elegant having recently had the benefit of a refurbishment.  With luxurious touches throughout, this hotel is the perfect base to return to after a long day on the city.  The service provided by the concierge, night porter and room service are all second to none.  Parking is available for an additional charge should it be needed and a laundry service is also available.

All the well appointed guest rooms have superb features including a cable TV service, an en suite bathroom, complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone with voicemail, a trouser press, a hair dryer and a well stocked mini bar.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Lord Nelson, Britain’s greatest ever military hero, and the lions that flank him take pride of place in Trafalgar Square deep in the beating heart of the capital, indeed the heart of the nation. The Square is by no means a relic of an era passed and this proud heritage is now fused together by families spending time there, feeding pigeons or taking advantage of any one of the fantastic free events that take place there throughout the year.

For romance

Lie back and let your other half take the strain while idling away the day rowing on The Serpentine.  Many a happy hour can be spent in this manner, and if you have not done this before, you are missing out on one of the simple pleasures in life.

For culture

With the most comprehensive collection of British poetry from 1914 onwards, a visit to The Poetry Library within the Southbank Centre is a real joy. Very accessible and a must do for any literature  lover.

For shopping

For all wearers of facial furniture, a trip to Arckiv is simply heaven.  Specialising in eyewear for film and theatre, this shop also sells designer glasses, unusual designs monocles, flying and cycling goggles and sunglasses. Lenses can also be supplied.

For eating out

Kopapa, with its shared canteen style tables and convivial atmosphere is like eating in a upscale, and more cheerful, school hall. Instead of spotted Dick and Spam Fritters though, expect delicate Japanese tofu envelopes, deep friend plantain and clove studded dhal.  Quite extraordinary food and a masterful selection of wine.

For nightlife

Award winning club Boujis is decadent, has a very smart dress code and a minimum spend per table.  If you can blag your way onto the list, you might just find yourself rubbing shoulders with certain, young royals…

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