Hotel Door

When it comes to location, you’d be hard pushed to find a hotel that’s any better than this one. Situated in the heart of central London and just a stone’s throw from the famous West End and many other London attractions, it’s a great base for those travelling on business, leisure, or anything in between.

Facilities at this hotel include room service, air conditioning, concierge, laundry, wireless internet, a theatre reservation desk and a free daily newspaper for all guests.

All rooms are spacious, something that’s a rarity in capital cities, and come with tea and coffee making facilities, a wake-up call service, complimentary toiletries, a safe and a flat screen LCD TV. Business travellers are welcome to use the business lounge, which has PCs to help you stay connected while you’re away from the office.

Customer service here is second to none, and nothing is too much hassle for the efficient and friendly team of staff. Whether you want some local tips on where serves the best food, or you’re just hoping for a point in the right direction when it comes to exploring, you’ll be more than impressed by just how knowledgeable the staff are.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Head to Leicester Square to catch a film with the family. You’ll find all the big-name releases, as well as a few smaller independent movies. Throw in a few drinks and a tub of popcorn, and it’s an ideal way to keep the kids happy.

For romance

St James’ Park is a lovely spot for a date. During the summer months, take a picnic and enjoy watching the world go by from one of the prettiest locations in London.

For culture

The National Gallery holds a huge range of artistic masterpieces from the 13th to 19th centuries. Entrance is free and it’s massively popular with art lovers from around the world.

For shopping

Covent Garden has a bustling yet laidback atmosphere, and plenty of shops to keep lovers of retail therapy happy.Browse the markets, treat yourself in the boutiques, and keep your eyes open for the colourful street performers.

For eating out

Jamie’s Italian in Covent Garden is part of a chain of restaurants from the popular TV chef Jamie Oliver. Prices are very reasonable for London, and food and service are excellent. It’s child-friendly and there’s even a special menu for little ones.

For nightlife

Hawksmoor Seven Dials is the place to be seen if you love a relaxing evening in plush surroundings while enjoying a cocktail or two.It’s a great start to any night out in the capital.