Hotel Door

This luxurious award-winning four star hotel is located in the trendy area of Mayfair, conveniently situated for both holiday makers and business travellers. Providing easy access to the main London attractions and West End Theatres, this hotel offers a choice of top facilities and services.

There is a business centre complete with fax, modem and photocopy services for the business traveller. All guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant offering a delicious menu to suit all pallets. There is also a fitness centre and gym to help you keep in shape during your stay.

The facilities and services offered at this superior hotel also include room service, laundry, valet parking, Wi-Fi and a concierge service.

Each guest room is comfortably furnished complete with its own en-suite bathroom. The rooms are air conditioned, have cable televisions and include a telephone and mini bar to ensure you are comfortable during your stay.

In the local area

This hotel is surrounded by trendy boutique shops and West End Theatres. You are close to Covent Garden where you can browse the boutique shops or enjoy a meal at one of the top restaurants. There is a market in the heart of the garden filled with craft stalls and cafes; the bustling piazza is home to the street entertainers who perform day and night for your entertainment.

Trafalgar Square is also just around the corner and is a busy open space, a landmark for central London. Home to Nelsons Column and thousands of pigeons. You will also find the National Gallery here where you can see over 2,300 paintings, including works by van Gogh and Rubens.

Kensington Gardens is the private gardens of Kensington Palace and is open to the public all year round. The two hundred and sixty acres of landscaped gardens and winding paths is home to many joggers and walkers as sunbathers relax on the grass or enjoy a quiet picnic in the sunshine. The highlight of the gardens has to be the bronze statue of Peter Pan.

The Houses of Parliament are also within easy access of this hotel, where you can take a tour of the chambers or climb to the top of the clock tower and gaze at the panoramic views of the city; visitors can take tours on Saturdays and during the summer holiday season.

For those heading to London for some retail therapy, look no further than Oxford and Regent Street – just 10 minutes walk.