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Spanking new design hotel – city fringe – 5* – London

Hotel DoorAs a new kid on the block, this five star hotel hits all the right notes, and then some. With its superb design, this unique property is just a few tube stops away from Covent Garden, the West End and Shoreditch. Combining a state of the art gym, leisure centre and swimming pool, this hotel is a welcome base to return to after a long and interesting day in the city. It all provides fully serviced business facilities for corporate and business travellers including a professional secretarial service.

The 24 hour reception is friendly and organised and the welcoming staff at the lobby bar helps make your stay here complete.  All the guest rooms are of an excellent standard and are furnished with all the amenities the discerning traveller has come to expect from an establishment of this calibre. A home from home, all rooms have air conditioning, a stylish en suite with complementary toiletries, bathrobe and slippers, complementary mineral water, cooking facilities, a CD/DVD player, flat screen LCD TV with cable, a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, and a dishwasher and toaster.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The Churchill War Rooms were the very nerve centre of Allied forces during the war effort.  Low tech but still astonishing, this makes for a fascinating, and humbling, family day out which will appeal to all.

For romance

Taking in a performance at The Royal Opera House at Covent Garden is everything a romantic date should be – sparkling, dazzling, gilded and just plain fantastic. Even when empty, you can practically hear the echoes of bravoes and cheers bouncing around the walls.  With a jam packed schedule of opera performances and some great bars to boot, this makes for a great night out with your significant other, at any stage of your relationship.

For culture

The Shoreditch House Literary Salon is normally a member’s only affair, but in recent times it has branched out to share its enthusiasm and resources with the rest of London.  With groups taking place at various venues around the city, with free pizza and beer, you can meet like minded people in a casual atmosphere with authors and other book lovers.

For shopping

For anyone interested in a vinyl revival try shopping at Rough Trade.  Long has everyone predicted the death of the traditional record and when large names such as Virgin and Tower gave up the ghost, Londoners thought it would also be curtains for this small record label to.  But no.  It came out fighting and has now made a name for itself with the cool and trendy crowd who like to play music in the traditional way.  With in store gigs, this store really is a complete shopping experience.

For eating out

For afternoon tea with a bizarre twist, try the Mad Hatters tea Party at The Sanderson.  With an array of ‘eat me’ and ‘drink me’ treats, this fun take on the quintessential British pastime is a real bun fight.

For nightlife

The Rooftop Film Club at Shoreditch and Kensington offers cinephile’s a real treat.  Watching old, classic movies such as ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ under the stars is the perfect end to any day.  Just pray for clear skies!

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