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Stunning hotel, a short walk from Covent Garden

Hotel DoorBeautiful and historical, this sumptuous five star hotel is hidden inside an Edwardian building with charm oozing out of every pore. The premier business suite has everything you could need for a successful corporate event and the famed onsite restaurant is a classic joy, known for its great food and service to match.  There is also a relaxed lobby bar for residents. In addition, to help you relax even more, there is a modern gym and leisure suite where massages, saunas and steams may be indulged in.

The 24 hour reception is helpful, and there is pay per use and secure parking.  Banqueting facilities are available should the need arise.  The 24 hour reception and concierge service are able to arrange most things for their guests including lobby internet, spa treatments and shoe shine services.  There is also a gift shop.

All the deluxe guest rooms feature air conditioning,  bathrobes, slippers and complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, interconnecting rooms for larger families and groups, cooking facilities, daily housekeeping, a fax and modem plug in, a four poster bed, a safe with note book plug, a sofa bed, tea and coffee making facilities, telephone, trouser press, turndown service, a work desk with lamp, pay per view TV, mini bar, hairdryer, an iron and ironing board and a living area.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

An open top bus tour is always a hit and one of the best is with the Original London Sightseeing Tour. Informative commentary, a hop on hop off service and plenty to see makes this a great family day out and a relatively cheap way to see everything you want.

For romance

Sub zero and seriously cool in all senses of the word, the iconic Ice Bar is a great place for cuddling up to keep warm!  Made from pure river waters from Sweden, the Ice Bar is kept at a constant -5 degrees all year round.  Book your spot and slowly sip a cocktail or two in this exquisite palace of ice.

For culture

The Quirky Museum of Brands and Packaging is a definite must see for any self respecting culture vulture.  Originally started with just a collection of 16 items, this funny little museum now displays over 16000 items devoted to all things advertising and packaging.

For shopping

For all your bric – a – brac needs, then look no further than the delightfully wacky Pelicans and Parrots.  Who knows what you will find inside this treasure chest?

For eating out

Maze is a boundary breaking French- Asian crossover creation where food is celebrated through inspired tastes created by a wonderful team of chefs. The tasting sized plates are a real culinary gem.

For nightlife

Or upmarket clubbing in every sense of the world, then you must try The Paramount Bar.  This glass panelled club and bar boasts some of London’s finest views…and prices to match!  Bring deep pockets.

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