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Crownwall Hotel
10/11 Craven Terrace
Paddington
London

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If you are looking for comfort able accommodation in the centre of London City which is convenient, quiet and great value for money, look no further than Crownwall Hotel. A right Choice in budget Price.In London, you will be spoilt for choice with everything available from grand, internationally famous hotels to a small hotel. Many visitors prefer to stay in economical good value hotels, leaving more of their budget available to enjoy London's sights , shows and events.We are offering a 3 Diamond hotel at affordable rates in Paddington,Central London. Refurbished to a high standard, we offer service, comfort and quality.Crownwall Hotel is ideally positioned for visitors to the UK wishing to enjoy the sights and delights of Central London, being close to Kensington Gardens with its famous Serpentine boating lake, art gallery and Albert Memorial and within easy reach of Marble Arch, Portobello Road Antiques Market and Madame Tussauds.It is also close to the high class shopping area of Knightsbridge and Whiteley's Shopping Centre, the West End with all its theatres, and the famous night life of Piccadilly Circus.Only 5 minutes from Paddington and Lancaster Gate Stations, Airbus and Heathrow Express and direct train to Waterloo International station.

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