This chic hotel in the heart of the West End offers relaxing guest accommodation for both business travellers and holiday makers. Set in the heart of the West End this hotel is conveniently located to all the major sights and attractions that London has to offer.
Some of the five star services and facilities you can expect to find at this top hotel include a car rental desk, concierge service, currency exchange, express check out and a porter. There is also a twenty four hour reception desk for added convenience.
Business travellers can take advantage of the business centre complete with photocopying and fax services, secretarial services and audio and visual equipment.
Each of the relaxing guest rooms come with an en-suite bathroom. They are all air conditioned and have complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone with voice mail, work desk, mini bar and safe. There is room service available should you prefer to enjoy your dining experience in the comfort of your own private guest room.
Our Top Picks Close To This Hotel
Madame Tussaud’s is a popular tourist attraction and a delight for children of all ages. Wax figurines of all your favourite celebrities and characters is guaranteed to thrill the entire family.
Take your loved one for a wander around the National Portrait Gallery, browse over one hundred and eighty five spectacular portraits of all your favourite British names. With a host of galleries to choose from, whisper sweet nothings to each other as you experience these spectacular master pieces.
Being in the West End you must take in a show, the West End productions are some of the most popular in the world and with a range of fantastic theatres on your hotel’s doorstep, you can enjoy a range of delights from ballets to comedy and opera to musicals. See one of the longest running shows, Mousetrap or see what is on, your hotel will be able to assist with the latest updated information.
Oxford Street, Bond Street and Regent Street have one thing in common, they are all top shopping streets in London. You can spend days browsing the fantastic boutique shops and antique dealers along these streets. Be sure to stop at a café and enjoy a coffee to refuel for the rest of your shopping experience.
For Eating Out
Benihana Piccadilly is a dining experience to remember. This authentic Japanese restaurant puts on a display for every diner. There is no kitchen as such and your chef will cook your meal at your table complete with flashing knives, sizzling ingredients and spectacular hand work.