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B and Bs in Regents Park

Somerset Hotel
6-7 Dorset Square
Regents Park
London

NW1 6QA | View map

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Somerset Hotel, is a traditional, comfortable and safe hotel ideally located in the heart of central London. Every one of it's 27 en-suite rooms offers a comfortable stay to any business or leisure traveller. Centrally located in London, it is well connected to all the city's tourist attractions via the underground and bus, a few minutes' walk away. You can easily walk to Madame Tussards and Oxford Street. The Stansted and Luton airport coach services stop 25 metres from the hotel. Set in a traditional converted London townhouse with wrought-iron railings and flower baskets, the Somerset Hotel retains the charming quirkiness from its past. The lower level rooms are larger and the only access to rooms is via the staircase. Rooms are well-maintained with pure white bed linen and duvets, coffee/tea facilities and compact en-suite bathrooms add to its simple comfort. There is also an Indian restaurant, small bar and Internet cafe. The restaurant can be booked only for private functions and the hotel needs to be informed in advance. There is a Bar area open till the evening.

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