Regents Park

Regentís Park is one of the charms that sets London apart from lesser cities, a massive green space for taking a stroll, throwing a Frisbee, rowing a boat, or in summer watching Shakespeare. With the zoo at its northern edge into the bargain... Read More

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Dorset Square Hotel

Dorset Square Hotel

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Recently voted by Conde Nast Johansens as "The Most Excellent London Hotel 2007", Dorset Square Hotel is a classic townhouse overlooking leafy Dorset square, the former site of Lords Cricket ... More

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Landmark London (The)

Landmark London (The)
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With a five-star rating, The Landmark London ranks amongst the finest of the Capital's leading luxury hotels. With its own distinctive style and ambience, it combines classic British elegance and ... More | Double Room: From £355 (+VAT)
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St George's Hotel

St George
Just 3 minutesí walk from Oxford Street, the 4-star Saint Georgeís Hotel provides rooms with London views and large bathrooms. Guests can enjoy tapas or afternoon tea in the 15th floor restaurant. Each of the bright ... More | visit website
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Melia White House Hotel

Melia White House Hotel

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Located next to Regent's Park, Melia White House is a smart and well-located hotel with luxurious rooms. Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus are within walking distance.
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Danubius Hotel

Danubius Hotel

Newly refurbished, this deluxe hotel offers a fantastic location in trendy St.John's Wood, with amazing views of Regents Park and Lords Cricket Ground and within 10 minutes walk to Baker Street, Madame Tussauds and London ... More | visit website

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