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Trendy hotel in the heart of Theatreland, Piccadilly

Hotel DoorWith its contemporary take on the traditional, this boutique hotel offers its guests the very best in facilities, a warm welcome from the staff, which is all, bundled together in a first class situation.  Centrally located at the hub of exciting Piccadilly, this four star hotel is an excellent choice for business traveller and business people alike as it offers every convenience needed, along with the style to make it a pleasure to stay.

The full range of business amenities on site at this hotel can be booked through the helpful reception and the concierge service can arrange theatre reservations, laundry services and free newspapers delivered to your door.  There is also a gift shop within the hotel and a modern fitness suite.  All the guest rooms boast air conditioning, a bathrobe and complementary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, cable TV, tea and coffee making facilities, modem access and a mini bar.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Pollock’s Toy Museum boasts a divine and inspired range of toys from every corner of the world.  Crammed into two traditional London townhouses, this interesting little museum houses every conceivable, traditional toy and then some!  From clay bears to dolls houses and tin toys, this colourful toy temple is a great day out for the family and all kids will ‘want one of those!’

For romance

‘I’d like to be, under the sea…..’.  At The Sea Life London Aquarium you can spend some fun filled, quality time with your other half without getting that sinking feeling!  Marvel at the colourful, beautiful and strange aquatic creatures that surround you and be drawn into their watery world.  A great first date.

For culture

Middle Temple Hall, although extensively damaged during World War II then restored to its former glory, is a beautiful venue to hear music, poetry readings and other productions.  With its rare ceiling style and roof beams, intricate stained glass windows and oak panelling, this is a real treat in all senses of the world.

For shopping

Liberty & Co of Regents Street is one of London’s most iconic department stores, particularly famed for its prints and fabrics. Offering some cutting edge furnishings and home wares, this establishment has maintained its standing as a distinctive presence on the high street.

For eating out

The Balcon is a treasure of a restaurant which has managed to successfully combine Parisian chic and London style under one roof.   A gastronomic journey, the outstanding menu is also surprisingly good value for money considering the excellent quality of food serves in this cool but relaxed brassiere.

For nightlife

With its arty and elegant 1930’s styling, The Rex Cinema and Bar is an upmarket members club with its in house cinema that shows mainly classic reels.  The Rex holds a licence to serve alcohol in the cinema and to stay open to the small, wee hours.  So cocktail in hand, enjoy a black and white movie and reminisce like there is no tomorrow.

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