*Please note that the check-in time is 2:00pm and check-out time is 12:00 noon
Room comes with complimentary use of a smart phone 'handy' during your stay. With handy you can make unlimited local calls, and international calls (to select countries). You also get unlimited internet access via 3G data.
78-82 Westbourne Terrace Paddington,
Address: Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, London, SW1A 1AA. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7766 7300 Nearest Underground Stations: Victoria Tube and Green Park Tube
Shopping destinations located nearby include the Bayswater road, home to the Whiteleys shopping mall. Nearby Queensway also boasts of the Bayswater Road Arts Exhibition, a unique display of original artwork by over 250 artists.
one of the first underground rail services in London, London Paddington has since grown to become to one of the biggest commercial and tourist hubs of the city.
Address: Portobello Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W11 1LU. Taking place every Saturday. Nearest Underground Stations: Notting Hill Gate and Ladbroke Grove.
Address: Oxford Street, Westminster, London, W1C 1JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Oxford Street, Bond Street, Marble Arch and Piccadilly Circus.
lying immediately to the west of Hyde Park, it used to be the private gardens of the Kensington Palace. With fashionably designed Round Pond, formal avenues and the sunken Dutch garden, a walk here is the most delightful experience you can have while enjoying a lush stay at one of our lodgings.
Until the 19th century, most of Holland Park constituted the grounds of a Jacobean mansion called the Holland House from which it derives its name. The House now forms the backdrop for London's most remarkable open air Holland Park Theatre, which is the home of Opera Holland Park. So if you're visiting London during summer, we recommend you to check out this venue. Known for its attractive, large Victorian townhouses and restaurants, Holland Park is also close to many popular shopping destinations like High Street Kensington, Portobello Market Notting Hill, Westbourne Grove and more.
If you're hungry after a long stroll in the Hyde Park, head north toward London's most cosmopolitan area, Bayswater. Here you can enjoy the huge variety of mouth-watering cuisines thanks to the significant Brazilian, Arab and Greek population thronging the locality.
Stretching across 350 acres, Hyde Park covers all the major tourist hotspots, boulevards and shopping areas in central London and ALL our properties listed below is within 5-10 minutes' walk to Hyde Park. So come enjoy the greenery while relaxing in our chic and comfortable accommodations.
Address: Westminster, St Margaret Street, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA. Nearest Underground Stations: Westminster Tube Station and St James's Park.
Address: Outer Circle, Regent\'s Park, London, NW1 4RY. Telephone: 020 7722 3333. Nearest Underground Stations: Camden Town, Baker Street Station, Regents Park Tube Stations.
Address: 87-135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London, SW1X 7XL. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7730 1234. Nearest Underground Stations: Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Sloane Square.
Address: Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7589 3203. Nearest underground Station is South Kensington.
Address: 28/34 Tooley Street, London SE1 2SZ. Telephone: 020 7403 7221. Nearest Underground Station is London Bridge.
Address: London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB. Telephone: 0870 5000 600. Nearest Underground Stations: Waterloo and Charing Cross Tube Stations.
Address: Marylebone Road, Westminster, London, NW1 5LR. Telephone: 087 400 3000 Nearest Underground Stations: Baker Street Tube and Regent\'s Park Tube
Address: Great Russell Street, Camden, London, WC1B 3DG Telephone: 020 7323 8000 Nearest Underground Stations: Tottenham Court Road Tube and Russell Square Tube
Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.
Address: Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Charing Cross.
Best for jogging, horse-riding, rollerblading, monuments, deckchairs and ducks, Hyde Park is part of the Royal Parks of London, and one of the largest in central London.
Renowned for its Speaker's Corner, the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, the Serpentine Boating Lake, it is a great place for recreation.
Whether you're coming for leisure or business, check out our guide to the carefully selected nearby attractions surrounding Hyde Park to make the most of your time.
After relaxing in the arms of nature enjoying the verdant greenery around, you can walk to the eastern side of Hyde Park and reach Mayfair, well-known for its luxury shopping.
Address: Drawdock Road, London, SE10 0AX. Telephone: 020 8463 2000. Nearest Underground Stations: North Greenwich Tube and Canning Town Tube Station.
Address: Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Telephone: 020 7747 2885 . Nearest Underground Stations: Charing Cross Tube, Leicester Square and Embankment.
Address: Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP . Telephone: 020 7403 3761. Nearest Underground Stations: Tower Hill Tube and Aldgate Tube.
The heart of London lies in Piccadilly Circus. Five major roads converge here making it a hub of incessant activity and entertainment all day and night.
Check out this Shaftesbury Hotels Collection guide to the most favourite sites in Piccadilly.
With a late night bar, the Planet Hollywood restaurant provides an interactive Hollywood style experience with large plasma screens and DJs pelting out Hollywood numbers.
Holding 3 Royal Warrants and a reputation of attracting high-profile authors, Hatchards is the oldest in London and the second-oldest bookshop in the UK. With two other branches in Japan, Fortnum and Mason is internationally recognised as a British icon of luxury goods.
A visit to the prestigious, world-famous Royal Academy of Arts based in Burlington House is a MUST.
Simpsons of Piccadilly started as a quality clothing store for men in 1935-36. Notable for the 42-foot span of its wielded steel framing that produced one of the most elegant shop interiors, it was one of the first shops in Britain to have a curved-glass facade.
Second only to the Oscars, the British Academy of Film and Television Art or BAFTA headquarter displays private and sometimes public screenings of films. Only the fourth of its kind in the world, the Absolute Ice Bar is worth your time and money. Made entirely of ice and maintained constantly at -5 degree Celsius, the bar allows its visitors to sample food on ice platters and Absolut cocktails.
4 St. James Place, one of the side streets in Piccadilly had served as the London residence of one of the greatest classical composers - Chopin. Organising regular public lectures and seminars by Lamas and scholars, including workshops based on Tibetan music, dance and language, you can learn a lot about Tibet at The Tibet Foundation.
Undoubtedly the most influential names in the world of physics, you can visit Sir Isaac Newton's house located on 23 Jermyn Street. Notable for the steepest balcony theatres in London, it is worth checking out the current screenings at the Apollo Theatre. For a slice of history, visit Napoleon III's House at 7 King Street on St. James Square.
The only area of London licensed for street entertainment, Covent Garden attracts performers from all over the world. Famous for its fashionable boutiques, bars, restaurants, theaters and the Royal Opera House, it's walking distance from our Piccadilly property. And after all the roaming about if your heart cries out for some wantons, you could hit China Town.
The Shaftesbury Premier London Piccadilly is ideally located in the core of Piccadilly and walking distance to all the tourist hubs. The other properties listed here are located within no more than 15-minutes train/bus journey to Piccadilly Circus station.
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