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Lincoln House Hotel
33 Gloucester Place
Marble Arch
London

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The Lincoln House is a B&B hotel of Georgian character that is listed for being of historic interest. It is recommended by world-famous guidebooks and leading motoring associations for its excellent service and competitive tariff. We are also proud to state that we have won the first prize of the Westminster in Bloom Award 2002 competition for an outstanding floral display for small hotels in Historic London. Our communal areas have a nautical theme look, that is highly appreciated by our guests.

We are ideally located in the heart of London's West End, within easy reach of most theatres, museums, exhibitions and designer shops. The hotel is easily accessible from airports and motorways. It is situated only 5 minutes walk from Marble Arch metro station. Oxford Circus & Bond Street stations are nearly ten minutes away.

All rooms have en-suite bathroom facilities, satellite TV, telephone, fridge and complimentary hospitality tea & coffee. Our full English breakfast which is included in the tariff is highly acclaimed by our guests.

Additional Facilities:
*Hairdryer in rooms
*Direct dial telephone
*Wireless Internet connection.

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Ratings/Awards: 2 Diamonds
Bloom Award 2002
Number of Rooms: 23
Number Ensuite: 23
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