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Four Seasons Hotel
173, Gloucester Place
Regents Park
London

NW1 6DX | View map

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On the edge of Regent's Park, just outside London's Congestion Charge Zone, the Four Seasons offers free Wi-Fi and comfortable en suite rooms with a newly refurbished, air-conditioned annexe building. The Four Seasons has an excellent location, less than 500 metres from Madame Tussauds wax museum and within easy walking distance of Lord's Cricket Ground and the shops of London's Oxford Street. The nearest London Underground stations are Baker Street and Marylebone and both stations are less than 3 minutes' walk away. All of the rooms are non-smoking with en suite bathrooms tiled in Italian porcelain. Each room has a hairdryer, telephone, modem point and satellite TV with 24-hour news, movies and sports channels. A continental breakfast is available every morning in the quiet and pretty conservatory.



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Ratings/Awards: 4 Silver Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
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