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Bickenhall Hotel
119 Gloucester Place

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The Bickenhall Hotel is the perfect choice for the London visitor and businessman, providing a well-appointed base in the relaxed environment of an English Georgian residence. Situated in the heart of the West End only minutes walk from Hyde Park, Madam Tussauds, Regents Park, theatreland, Wallace collection and the home of Sherlock Holmes. The world's finest shopping is within comfortable walking distance. Our friendly reception staff is available 24 hours a day to assist you, and make your stay with us a more pleasant one. The Bickenhall Hotel has 20 rooms equipped with all modern comforts and facilities, yet retaining the original and touch of a Georgian Town house. The bedrooms are with en-suite facilities, direct dial telephone, colour television with satellite & radio channels, trousers press, hair dryers, tea and coffee making facilities. Our delicious English breakfast is included in the price. The hotel has a 24 hour operated reception desk, where friendly staff will help our guests with booking shows, sight-seeing tours, and advising you on a choice of local restaurant. The hotel is licensed and you may enjoy alcoholic beverages in the privacy of your room or in our comfortable lounge, where you may also relax, meet friends or business associates or watch television. Our guests will find an unlimited supply of tea and coffee sachets in the rooms, soft drinks are available to purchase from reception.

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