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Pasha Hotel
158 Camberwell Road
Camberwell
London

SE5 0EE | View map

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Pasha Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of London within a short distance of the most delightful sightseeing like Parliament Houses, Tate Modern, Big Ben in central London as well as attractions such as Oxford Street, Leicester Square, Soho or Covent Garden. Pasha Hotel has just recently been reconstructed and the superbly achieved modern cosy concept was conceived to create a soft, glamorous and comfortable setting to welcome guests of all kinds, be it for business travellers or simply vacationers. Its Kazakh Restaurant, Turkish Hammam, modern rooms, business centre will make your stay an extraordinary experience.

Upon entering you will be enveloped in soft, calm colours; you will find elegant wood furnishings and an overall decoration given to comfort and modernity. Technology has been discreetly fed into each room with high speed Internet access and a fully interactive audio visual system, LCD televisions.

Pasha Hotel provides you contemporary, different, special moments with the unique service adapted to the individual needs and desires of its visitors. You can imagine, with fresh, innovative design. Pasha Hotel is notable with its comfort and its quiet charm and compact luxury.

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