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Hotel DoorThis large and accessible three star hotel is located in an exclusive South West London postcode and offers comfortable, modern rooms, free parking and easy access to the rest of the city.  Situated a couple of minutes walk away from the nearest tube station, this hotel is also outside of the congestion charging zone.  The well established staff are helpful and can organise use of the excellent business facilities should they be needed.  There is also a gym on site for guest use.

All the convenient guest rooms feature all that is needed to make a stay here relaxing and comfortable including air conditioning, daily housekeeping, an en suite bathroom, flat screen TV, a work desk with a high speed internet connection, tea and coffee making facilities, an iron, hairdryer and kettle.  Late checkout can also be arranged via the 24 hour reception.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Wimbledon Common provides a great, free day out for all the family.  Pack a picnic, a rug, your football and other family favourite games and get some fresh air into your lungs!

For romance

Fulham Palace is a truly beautiful building with a very fine interior and surrounding gardens. The 18th century botanical garden in particular is a fine place to amble around for a while and when you are done there, the grand old Bishops Drawing Room serves fine teas and cakes.

For culture

When you are in this area, you simply must take time to experience the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.  For all and any information pertaining to this most British of games, and the famous hallowed grounds of this club,  this museum can’t be missed.  Examine original trophies, Victorian twists on the game and racquets through the ages.

For shopping

The Wimbledon Wine Cellar specialises in rare, old and hard to find fine wines and is a true delight.  Make mine a large one please!

For eating out

Suk Saran is a little gem of a Thai eatery near the Wimbledon Tube Station.  The delicate flavours here are second to none, and the ambience is warm and inviting.

For nightlife

The oddly named Po Na Na once had a chain of nightclubs over the capital in the 1990’s, and this last remaining enclave of hipness draws the young, arty set from all over town.  There is also a large open air terrace for sultry nights and in winter, patio heaters.

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