This modern hotel is only a five minute walk to Paddington Stations and ten minutes from Hyde Park. The hotel offers great facilities and services complete with comfortable guest rooms that you would expect from a hotel of this calibre.
There is a contemporary restaurant and bar on site along with a fitness centre complete with sauna and pool. The ideal choice for both business travellers and holiday makers who want the ability to access the whole of London with ease. Close to transport links giving you the ability to visit all the sights and attractions that London has to offer.
Room service is available should you wish to remain in your room and relax. Each guest room comes with double glazed windows to ensure a restful nights sleep. There is also a cable television, internet, telephone with voice mail, mini bar, safe and pay TV in each of the guest rooms for your added comfort. Book ‘Great Deal Modern Hotel Paddington – 4 Star’ for a truly memorable stay in London!
Our Top Picks Close To This Hotel
Take the family for a day out in the fresh air to Hyde Park, only ten minutes from this four star hotel. Hyde Park has a host of activities and plenty of green space where children can run around and let off some steam. Feed the ducks or take a rowing boat onto the water, complete the picture with a great picnic under the shade of a tree.
Take a Thames River Boat cruise, with five great routes to choose from you can take your loved one onto the water to see some of the top London sights from a completely unique angle. See the London Bridge, Westminster Abbey and so much more as your boat glides you through the water.
Mousetrap is the longest running theatrical production. The show has been performed for fifty nine years, yes this is not a misprint. Visit Archers Theatre in West End and see this long running show for yourself. West End is alive with theatres, over forty to choose from offering a medley of performances including ballets, opera, musicals and comedy.
Try something different and head to Kingley Court Shopping Centre, nestled near Regent Street. This centre has three floors of concept shops, restaurants and cafes all surrounding a large courtyard. While it’s not Oxford Street, it’s a welcome break and change from the other shopping opportunities of London.
For Eating Out
Caravaggio is an Italian restaurant that was once owned by Luciano Pavarotti. The restaurant offers an art deco interior with a mouthwatering menu using only the freshest ingredients. If you love Italian food, then this is the restaurant you want to visit while in London.