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Stylish hotel in the heart of Leicester Square – 5* – London

Hotel DoorWhen you decide to book a room at this stylish five star hotel, total luxury and comfort awaits you in sumptuously elegant surroundings. For any theatre goers, this hotel is well located being near the West End and in the heart of prestigious Leicester Square. The hotels fusion restaurant and bar serves uncomplicated, fresh English and Mediterranean food and is the ideal environment in which to meet friends, family or business colleagues for an informal meeting or work lunch.  In addition, this hotel provides a comprehensive and user friendly business suite for larger meetings and conferences.

All the guest rooms in this hotel are comfortably furnished and include air conditioning, cable TV, complementary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities and a well stocked minibar.  Free newspapers can be delivered to your door for breakfast and the conscientious concierge can help arrange anything you wish.  Valet parking and a currency exchange are also available on the site.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

If you and your family are fanatical about films, then head to the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square.  Dominating the square with its moody facade, this flagship of the Odeon group often plays host to both European and world film premieres if you are ever lucky enough to be invited.  For us mere mortals though, a ticket to see your favourite film at this renowned cinema is a fun way to spend a few family hours, especially on a rainy day.

For romance

For  a date with a difference, head to the Vertical Chill Ice Wall at Covent Garden.  Located in an unromantic location of a refrigerated basement unit, a lesson here in the chilly surroundings give you and your loved one a chance to warm up later!

For culture

The National Portrait Gallery is a weird and wonderful place, exhibiting works from the 15th century right through to the present day.  Instead of focussing on the merits of the artist, this gallery concentrates on the status of the sitter and as a result the portraits of a collection of diverse and unlikely people all live together under one, illustrious roof.

For shopping

Octopus in nearby Covent Garden is a colourful and quirky gift shop where present range from the sublime to the ridiculous!  From handbags shaped like watering cans to toy cars this pricey but funky and individual shop caters for many tastes.

For eating out

For a totally indulgent night out, head to The Ivy.  This is probably one of the best known and well run dining rooms in London and while it remains on the pricey side, the food and experience is well worth it and makes for a memorable supper.

For nightlife

Who doesn’t love the classic combination of a great drink or two and Sherlock Holmes?  For a great, if somewhat bizarre night out, the aptly named The Sherlock Holmes pub is the place to head to. While you indulge yourself in a pint of Sherlock Holmes bitter and watch black and white films dedicated to the famous sleuth,  you will also, without doubt, have a great night out at this quirky little night spot.

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