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Castleton Hotel
Sussex Gardens
Paddington
London

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Ideally located in the heart of London, this convenient hotel is situated adjacent to Hyde Park, and just 3 minutes walk from Paddington station and the Heathrow Express train service. Castleton Hotel offers a great location from where you can enjoy all that the city of London has to offer. Its close proximity to Paddington station means that you can be at Heathrow Airport in just 15 minutes. The famous shopping streets of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street are all nearby, as are most of Londonís major attractions.

The hotelís comfortable rooms all have a TV and an en suite bathroom, while a full English breakfast is served in the restaurant each morning. The hotel is located in a quiet street in Londonís Paddington/Lancaster Gate, from where you can go for a walk in nearby Hyde Park, or go shopping in one of the many shopping streets nearby. The Castleton Hotel is your home away from home in London town with 37 cosy rooms and suites. Built as a private home in 1840 we still try to retain that intimate atmosphere. It is conveniently close to Paddington train station and Lancaster Gate underground station, and near to Hyde Park and Oxford Street.

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