This modern hotel near fashionable Maida Vale is a good option for both business and leisure travellers. Business facilities include conference rooms, a banqueting centre and fax, printing and photocopying services. Each deluxe guest room in this contemporary hotel features air conditioning, free internet access and coffee and tea making facilities. This luxury establishment also benefits from 24 hour security, 24 hour reception and night porter. The conscientious staff will be more than happy to help you organise airport transfers, dry cleaning and limousine services during your stay.
The London Waterbus Company is a great way to travel through some of the capitals most beautiful areas. Get on the boat at Little Venice, just a stone’s throw from your hotel, and drift along Regent’s Canal past the park, Maida Hill and finally up to bustling Camden Lock. Once you’re in Camden, you can explore it’s famous market, stop for some delicious street food and even make a night of it in one of it’s pubs famous for live music gigs. If you’re travelling with children, there’s an option to get off the boat at the London Zoo, where you’ll enter through a special gateway, missing the queues. London Zoo is renowned for being one of the best zoos in the world, with a range of exotic species including Squirrel Monkeys, Komodo Dragons and the African Hunting Dog. For couples, over the Summer months, the Zoo stays open extra late for adults only, where you can peruse the pens with a glass of wine.
Maida Vale is a tranquil area of London, popular with more than a few famous faces so it’s no wonder that the restaurants live up to expectation. In the Summer, Summerhouse is the go to option. Positioned on the pretty canal and with a seaside themed interior, you can expect tasty seafood and seaside favourites such as knickerbocker glory for desert. For an evening of entertainment, the Canal Cafe Theatre is host to several comedy nights weekly, including playing host to the world’s longest run comedy NewsRevue. Downstairs is the Bridge House Pub, where you can keep yourself refreshed and fed. Snuggle next to the roaring fires with a Sunday Roast or enjoy alfresco dining overlooking the canal.
To pick up a special souvenir during your stay, head to Alfie’s Antique Market, one of the largest indoor markets in London.It’s a favourite with interior designers but members of the public are more than welcome too and you never know what bargains you might snap up!