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B and Bs in Bayswater

New Dawn Hotel
Queensway
Bayswater
London

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Enjoy the convenience of a cosy London retreat, perfectly located in fashionable Queensway, a buzzing cosmopolitan area that brims with excitement and charm. The New Dawn Hotel is opposite Whiteley’s Shopping and Leisure Complex, where you can choose from 8 cinema screens, an array of shops, restaurants and modern health club facilities. With Notting Hill, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens within walking distance, and the West End shops, theatres and museums just minutes away, this venue definitely comes first for location, location, location.
The New Dawn Hotel offers affordable en-suite rooms are fully equipped with what any world traveller would require and with the convenience of being minutes away from everything this great city has to offer. Guests can relax in a comfortable room after a busy day shopping or a night of partying, and all for an unbeatable price. This hotel is perfect for those on a budget who wish to be in a central location.

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