This luxury hotel is within easy distance of London’s business districts and the fabulous shopping on Oxford Street, making it an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers alike.
Hotel facilities include room service, air conditioning, concierge, currency exchange, shoeshine, VIP services, and safety deposit boxes.
Rooms come with free internet access, private bathrooms, a mini bar, TV, and much more. All of the little luxuries you’ve come to expect from four star hotels are right at hand.
The hotel restaurant and bar are pleasant destinations in themselves, and for those evenings when you just want a quiet night in, they provide the perfect compromise. Serving fine food and excellent wines just minutes away from the comfort of your own bedroom, they definitely need to be experienced during your stay.
If you’re travelling with little ones, you’ll be pleased to hear that there is a professional babysitting service on-site. All staff are highly experienced and qualified, meaning that you can get a little bit of respite when visiting London with your children.
There is also an excellent business centre with everything you could ever need while you’re away from the office. Whatever the reason for your stay, this hotel is a wise choice.
Our top picks close to this hotel
If you’re in London with children, be sure to call into Cyber Candy. Selling American sweets from a quirky little shop, it’ll delight the whole family.
Rules is the oldest restaurant in London, and the perfect place for a romantic slap-up meal with your partner. It serves traditional British food and specialises in game.
Visit the Houses of Parliament where you can attend debates and watch committee hearings. It offers a great insight into British politics.
Covent Garden is within walking distance of this hotel, and is a fantastic place for shopping. Call into the Jubilee Market Hall to browse the handcrafted items from local producers and artists.
For eating out
Hawksmoor is a famous London steakhouse with an excellent reputation.It’s quite costly, but it definitely worth it for a special occasion.
Even though it’s one of the biggest bars in the city, the Porterhouse is warm, intimate and cosy. It serves a wide range of beers, wines and spirits, and regularly hosts music events.