Hotel Door

This super Secret Hotel won’t even reveal it’s neighbourhood in London, which makes it even more enticing! London is such a wonderfully diverse city, and although many tourists return time and time again to the same area, it’s true to say that each area of this cosmopolitan city has it’s charms. Whether you’re in lively Soho, luxurious Belgravia or trendy Shoreditch, you’ll be sure to have a wealth of attractions on your doorstep.

This four star luxury hotel offers self catering accommodation, to save you even more money. The fully equipped kitchen area includes a range with electric hobs, kettle, microwave oven, dishwasher, washing machine and refrigerator. There is also a dining area for mealtimes and entertaining. Relax in the living room with cable television, or retire to your bedroom with plush duvets, free internet access and separate hanging closet. Bathrooms include bathrobes and hairdryer and the whole apartment benefits from underfloor heating, climate control and daily housekeeping. This four star accommodation really is a home from home!

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Families will love West End Musical Matilda, based on the much loved children s book by Roald Dahl. Winner of a record breaking 7 Olivier awards in 2012, this West End newcomer has wowed critics and little kids alike. Highly recommended for a fun family treat!

For romance

Gordon’s Wine Bar is London’s oldest wine bar, established in 1890. Situated centrally near Charing Cross, the intimate atmosphere and extensive wine list is sure to impress any loved one. Popular with tourists and locals alike, this place is always busy but well worth it if you have to wait a while to get served.

For culture

Leighton House Museum was the residence of painter Lord Leighton, and is situated in Holland Park. This eccentric house is full of weird and wonderful curiosities, including many paintings by the man himself and other notable artists such as Antonio Rossellino and  Sir Alfred Gilbert.

For shopping

Brick Lane is East London’s best known market. You can easily spend a morning wandering through the stalls of vintage goods, bric-a-brac and art works. When you’re happy with your haul, pop over to the street food section and grab yourself one of the delicious homemade currys.

For eating out

Ping Pong is a very tasty Chinese restaurant chain, specialising in dim sum. These little steamed parcels are full of delicious meats, seafood and veggies-perfect for sharing or accompanying with a cocktail or two!

For nightlife

Head to Soho for a few cocktails, an array of nightclubs or a pint in one of their historic pubs. This cool area of London has something for everyone, and an evening out here will never disappoint.