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Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes
108 Baker Street
Marylebone
London

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Perfectly located within a few minutes walk from Oxford Street and Madame Tussauds, the design-led refurbished Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London flawlessly combines tradition with contemporary style in an unrivalled location. Ideal for shopping and sightseeing, the elegant boutique 4-star deluxe Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London is situated on the world famous Baker Street, providing easy access to all areas of London. The hotel is within walking distance of many of London's top attractions, like Madame Tussaud's, Oxford Street, Bond Street, Marylebone High Street, Regent's Park with London Zoo, Hyde Park, Lords Cricket Ground, Theatre Land and the Nightlife of Londonís West End. With all this close by, the hotel is an ideal choice for shopping, sightseeing and business travellers alike.

The design-led recently refurbished Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London flawlessly combines tradition with contemporary style in an unrivalled location. The hotel offers 119 air conditioned luxurious guestrooms all beautifully decorated and providing state-of-the-art technology.

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