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Berjaya Eden Park Hotel
35-39 Inverness Terrace

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Traditional charming property located in the heart of  Bayswater.
Berjaya Eden Park  Hotel - conveniently located on the north side of the Royal Parks of Kensington Gardens & Hyde Park and west of the famous Oxford Street. Minutes from Bayswater and Queensway Underground Stations. Immediate surrounding area provides excellent shopping, cafes, bars, restaurants and places of interest such as Kensington Palace, Notting Hill with its famous Portobello Road Market as well as Paddington Station with easy access to Heathrow International Airport. Other main railway stations are conveniently accessible via the underground  for easy transfer to all London's Airports.

Eden Bar & Restaurant - Enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea in front of our open fire. In the evening, drop in for a drink put your feet up after a long day & stay for dinner. Your meal will be prepared with carefully sourced ingredients and with special menus in place to provide seasonal variety. Whatever the occasion and even for the larger sized party Eden Bar & Restaurant in the heart of Bayswater –gives you choice, good quality and friendly service.

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