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Unique hotel between Soho and West End – 5 star – London

Hotel DoorIn its superb location at the hub of Convent Garden, the West End and Trafalgar Square, this five star hotel really should be your top pick.  This designer establishment is dramatic, sophisticated and oh so cool making it the ideal place for that touch of luxury you deserve.  It is an ideal place to book for an anniversary or special occasion, with its thrillingly luxurious rooms and public spaces, especially its funky restaurant and hip bar, both of which are a pleasure to relax in. The fitness center and gym are just the ticket to help you unwind, while the impressive business center is sure to make you meeting, conference or banquet plain sailing.

It goes without saying that a hotel of this calibre has excellent staff, and the helpful and secure reception will go above and beyond to help you take advantage of all the local amenities, including help booking theatre seats, city tours and parking. There is also WiFi in the public areas.

All the individual guest rooms can only be described as deluxe with a touch of real originality.  They all feature air conditioning, room and turn down services, an en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and bathrobe, a CD player, a TV featuring cable and pay per view services, a work desk with a lamp and a high speed internet connection, mini bar, hairdryer, an iron and a notebook safe with plug.

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For families

If you are visiting in the months of August and September, the West End Kid’s Week, is a rather misleadingly named three weeks of fun when kids under sixteen can experience a West End show for next to nothing.

For romance

Cafe des Amis is a wonderfully romantic French restaurant located in Covent Garden.  It is just the ticket to celebrate a special anniversary or just for the heck of it!  All food is served with a side order of passion and fire!

For culture

Each and every Riflemaker Exhibition at its home gallery space on Beak Street features emerging artists, up and coming talents and plenty of live shows. Talks, music and poetry can also be heard on a Monday night.  Why not try something a bit different?

For shopping

For something off the wall, try your luck in The Astrology Shop.  This gift and odd shop, sells astrological birth charts, books, posters and so much more.  After all, what else do you buy that person who already has everything?

For eating out

La Geletiera is a traditional Italian ice cream and coffee parlour which serves some out of this world flavoured gelato.  Yum.

For nightlife

Ronnie Scotts is the jazz place du jour, and for every cool hipster hanging here you will find a relative newbie ready to be initiated into the captivating world of jazz.  Nice.

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