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Victorian boutique hotel close to Paddington – 4 star – London

Hotel DoorThis sumptuous hotel is actually two Victorian mansion houses blended into one, grand and very stylish four star hotel.  With its superb location, just a five minute hop from Paddington Station, and a short tube ride to the city centre, this lovely hotel is a quiet yet exclusive place to choose for your stay in the capital.  The hotel boasts and excellent relaxed bar and a lovely little restaurant where you can eat your meals by the fire.  In addition, there is onsite parking, the use of free morning newspapers and some leisure facilities including bookable relaxation massages.

All the well appointed guest rooms are a pleasure and offer all the comforts one would expect.  This includes air conditioning, room services, the use of bathrobes, complimentary mineral water, complimentary toiletries in the en- suite bathroom, four poster beds, a TV and CD player, tea and coffee making facilities, a turndown service, hair dryer, mini bar,trouser press and high speed internet connections.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Located at the train station which ‘bears’ his name, kids will love to see, and have their photo taken with the iconic statue of Paddington Bear.  This beautiful bronze monument captures the essence of the captivating story of this lost bear from ‘deepest, darkest Peru’.  Why not take along the story book as inspiration?

For romance

The wildly romantic Champagne Bar at Paddington Station is a delight which all lovers should experience at least once.   Harking back to the glamorous, bygone and golden era of rail travel, this bar serves over 15 champagne producers by the glass in sumptuous, art deco surroundings.  What’s not to fall in love with?

For culture

Paddington Station itself is a cultural delight, with its decades of history and recent make over.  First opened in 1838, the station has seen its fair share of action over the years, being a major jumping off point for many a traveller’s exciting journey.  If walls could talk…  But then, of course, Paddington is a station worthy of its designer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

For shopping

London Red Bus may not sell designer goods, or high end merchandise, but when in London it´s essential that you take a souvenir home and where better a place to start than here?  Route master key rings, underground tissues and Red Bus tee shirts – all is on offer here.

For eating out

The Orangery at Kensington Palace is a short hop away from Paddington and is the place to try a high afternoon tea.  While its best to reserve, if you deicde to come spur of the moment, arrive after 2pm for the best chance of bagging a table.  Scrummy teas, finger sandwiches and cakes are served here with a dash of true British elegance on the side.  Simply sublime darling!

For nightlife

Regarded as one of the best pubs in the area, The Victoria at Paddington is covered inside with atmospheric wallpapers, dark wood furnishing and a choice menu of food and drinks.  This award winning pub is steeped in history and is a welcome respite from the bustle surrounding it.  Best for a quiet drink with friends.

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