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Hotel DoorIf you are looking for hotel accommodation which offers rooms near all the  top sights such as Buckingham Palace and Westminster, then look no further than this elegant and roomy four star hotel.  Famed for its attentive staff and fabulous facilities, this hotel is a real gem.  The onsite brasserie is a contemporary, relaxed place to eat while the hotel lounge offers a Victorian styled contrast – the perfect place to indulge in a spot of afternoon tea.  In addition, there is an open bar, which is a popular venue for hotel residents and non guests.

This is a top pick for business guests, who can make use of the excellent corporate and business facilities which include a variety of flexible rooms, banqueting facilities and all the usual modern equipment needed to make sure your event is a success. The friendly 24 hour reception is helpful and can help arrange many services including use of the gym, valet services and express check in/out.  Child friendly equipment is also available by arrangement.  This includes the use of cots, cribs and extra beds (for which a charge may be incurred).

All the guest rooms feature air conditioning, bathrobes on request, city maps, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, free internet access, a safe with a note book plug, tea and coffee making facilities, daily housekeeping, a turndown service, hairdryer, mini bar, an iron and ironing board and fridge.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The London Eye is a real family treat.  Everyone will be amazed by the spectacular city views from the top of this Ferris wheel.  A ‘flight’ in one of the capsules is a highlight to any tour of this city.  Private capsules are available and it pays to pre book in peak season where queues can be lengthy.

For romance

A show in Theatreland is an amazing experience at anytime, but is a top date idea.  With such a choice on offer in this iconic part of the city, you can see a make ‘em laugh or make ‘em cry type of show, rounded off with dinner in any one of the nearby restaurants.

For culture

A wander through the antiques shops of Kensington Church Street is a very pleasant way to pass an afternoon, whether you are buying or not.

For shopping

The divine Leonidas Chocolate is packed to the rafter with praline’s truffles, ganaches, creams and so much more that you may never want to leave this little taste of Heaven of Earth.  Our advice?  Don’t!  Or at least make sure you buy lots of little morsels to keep you happy on your travels!

For eating out

The Society Bar and Restaurant is a warm, inviting place to book a table to eat some of the finest British food around.  Lunch or dinner, the fresh menus are imaginative yet traditional using locally sourced ingredients.

For nightlife

For a traditional music and TV free real boozer, The Uxbridge Arms is probably just the ticket.  Real ale, guest beers, a great atmosphere and tables outside all add up to a great night out.

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