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Rex Hotel
49-51 Shepherds Bush Road
Hammersmith
London

W6 7LU | View map

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Rex Hotel, London, offers 28 guestrooms located on three floors, all of which include televisions, complimentary wireless Internet access, telephones, refrigerators (on request), and showers. The Hotel offers a complimentary breakfast served every morning and complimentary wireless Internet access in the public areas. The reception is open 24 hours a day.Located on the north bank of the Thames, residential Hammersmith retains a bustling, city-centre feel with high-street shops and offices. The area around the magnificent 19th-century suspension bridge is often busy with those visiting Hammersmith's riverside pubs, especially in April when the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race passes by. Fulham’s main thoroughfare, the Fulham Road, is filled with smart bars, chic restaurants, and fashionable boutiques. The area is best known for Stamford Bridge, the home stadium of football team Chelsea FC

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