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Edward Lear Hotel
28-30 Seymour Street
Marble Arch
London

W1H 7JB | View map

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The Edward Lear Hotel is an ideal location for visiting central London as it is only 100 metres walk from Oxford St. Just the right location for visitors, in London's tourist centre, and with discounted, budget prices. The Hotel is a former town-house typical of those once occupied by London's wealthy elite and is the former home of the famous Victorian artist, Edward Lear, who once taught Queen Victoria. Within easy walking distance of the theatre district. Value-for-money prices for the bedrooms with a full range of choices to suit every requirement. The prices quoted in the following table are the full prices for the room, there's absolutely nothing extra to pay for. The prices include full English breakfast, service and tax. Each room has cable TV with free satellite film and sports channels, tea/coffee, direct-dial phone, etc. We require a minimum of a two-night stay over the weekend and of a three-night stay over New Year's Eve. Unfortunately the hotel does not have a lift.

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