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Urban Hotel with a Boutique Touch in Central London

hotel doorMake no mistake, this hotel is a giant in Central London, with its 257 rooms and suits. All of them are designed with comfort in mind; they’re light and spacious, the beds are equipped with some of the best mattresses, there are Nespresso coffee machines in every room, free Wi-Fi and a lovely work space where you can gather your thoughts and reflect on your journey uninterrupted.

This secret hotel is absolutely perfect for families – being located in the middle of London, you’re just steps away from Madame Tussauds, Regents Park and the London Zoo. Your children will have the time of their life at the hotel’s swimming pool! We also offer adjoining rooms and concierge service especially for children. If you would like, we can offer a DVD player and DVDs in the room and also children’s magazines. The best news yet? All children under 5 eat for free before 7pm if accompanied by an adult.

Don’t think that if this is the perfect place for families, it’s less than perfect for business! There are six spaces dedicated for business in this secret hotel, all inundated with natural light, can seat up to 65 guests and can offer private dining for 48 people. There is state-of-the-art equipment and complimentary Wi-Fi all through the hotel; there’s also air conditioning, in-built electric screens and LCD data projectors.

In the Local Area

It seems as if everything is in a short walking distance from this secret hotel. And the hotel’s staff is right there for you to help you decide what to visit and when to do it.

Wigmore Hall is right next door to this secret hotel. It is one of the most beautiful recital halls in London, with around 400 concerts per year. It was founded in 1910 and has seen hundreds of remarkable artists perform there, including Poulenc, Hindemith, Caruso, Arthur Schnabel and Thomas Beecham.

The Golden Eagle – once you put foot inside this public house, it will be as if you’ve travelled back in time, in the days of Conan Doyle. The pub offers a great selection of wines and ales and there is even a pianist who plays there three times a week (I mean, who does that anymore?!)

The Marylebone Farmer’s market is a must see because it is one of London’s largest farmer’s markets and it has the freshest produce in the neighborhood. In 2013 this market celebrated its 10th anniversary and it has become a genuine London attraction.


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