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Stylish and chic property near Hyde Park

Hotel DoorChic, modern lines and contemporary decor make this four star offering near Hyde Park the ideal place to choose for an impromptu weekend away or business meeting.  The hotel manages to remain quiet and serene, while being close to all the main attractions, bars and restaurants. The top notch business centre is a plus for any business guests, while the relaxing gym and sauna are a welcome addition to any itinerary of serious sightseeing.  In addition, guests are fully catered for in the in house restaurant which serves a varied menu of international cuisine, while the casual, but still stylish bar, manages to serves a full and exotic range of cocktails and classic wines.

The facilities at this hotel are just as good, with staff who are more than happy to help.  The 24 hour reception can help organise currency exchange, free newspapers, concierge services, safety deposit boxes and WiFI access.  There are also some wonderful gardens to relax in as well.

All the guest rooms are chic with thoughtful amenities including a bathrobe, cable television, complimentary toiletries, an en-suite bathroom, a flat screen LCD TV, free internet access, slippers, coffee and tea making facilities, telephone, television, trouser press, voicemail, a hairdryer, pay per view TV services and a safe.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Immerse yourselves in the watery world of London Aquarium.  Bright, colourful fish, wobbly and wonderful jelly fish and a scattering of other aquatic wildlife make this a fascinating day out for everyone.  The sharks a major draw and kids love to see them up close and just about as personal as you dare!

For romance

The champagne fuelled ‘flight’ on the London Eye is not to be missed if you are trying to make an occasion very, very special indeed.  Pick an evening sunset flight to really up the romantic stakes. Pricey, but worth it.

For culture

A tour of the Highgate Cemetery may not immediately leap to mind as a cultural highlight of London, but for those curious enough it is a very rewarding trip.  The large cemetery is spilt into the East side, where Karl Marx is buried and the West side.  Tours take about half and hour or so.

For shopping

The Last Tuesday Shop lives up to its weird and wonderful name with its strange interior.  An eerie shop with an offbeat selection of taxidermy, vintage erotica and general quirkiness should satisfy even the most curious of shoppers.

For eating out

The Bull and Last is right at home behind its grade II listed facade.  The inspired and creative culinary team here have managed to come up with something a bit special in the gastro pub stakes, but without any pretention that usually goes hand in hand with this type of establishment.

For nightlife

The cavernous Great Suffolk Street Warehouse is a massive night out in all senses of the word.  Mixed techno, base and funk really keep you rocking through to the small hours of the morning.  Serious clubbers only please!

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