Modern hotel found in Londons Marylebone district
Located close to Regents Park, the Four Seasons Hotel London is a centrally located establishment that offers guests an ideal base of operations for their trip to the capital city.
This 3-star property offers guests a bed and breakfast service as well as a few added bonuses. Each of the 42 guestrooms feature stylishly finished en-suite bathrooms which include bath or shower. The bedroom itself is equipped with satellite television complete with radio channels, a direct dial telephone, free wireless internet, air-conditioning, and hairdryer.
Rooms are available for single occupants or in double, triple, and even quadruple, which is perfect for families visiting the region. A continental breakfast is served each morning in the hotels conservatory. For those looking to sit back and relax, the hotel lobby features comfortable chairs as well as complimentary tea, coffee, and cookies.
The Four Seasons offers a limousine service which can be booked with the concierge. The concierge also has a wealth of information at his fingertips, and is able to advise guests as to the best places to visit. In some cases tickets for shows and the likes can be booked here.
Located close to Baker Street underground station, the hotel is readily accessible from all parts of London, with five underground lines passing through the station. It offers good links to Kings Cross railway station as well as an easy commute to the citys main airports.
Guests staying at the Four Seasons Hotel London will find several attractions almost on the doorstep. As well as Regents Park, which features an impressive boating lake, the hotel is just a short walk from the famous Madame Tussauds waxwork museum and London Zoo. Both of these are extremely popular with visitors to the capital. Lords Cricket Ground, home to Middlesex County Cricket Club and the site of many England international tests, is a short walk to the north.
Londons famous shopping district, consisting of Oxford Street, Regent Street, Bond Street, and Tottenham Court Road, is a 10 minute walk to the south of the property. Here tourists and locals flock to the many retail stores in search of the latest fashions and that elusive bargain. Hyde Park is situated at the western end of Oxford Street. Like Regents Park, it is a fine location for those looking to escape the urban landscape for a short period.
The excellent public transport links means guests can visit any of Londons other landmarks and attractions with minimum upheaval. A short bus or underground journey, or a longer walk for those looking to stretch their legs, connects the hotel to the likes of Leicester Square, Westminster, Covent Garden, and the River Thames.
Within these locations alone visitors can enjoy West End theatre, landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Nelsons Column, and the Tower of London, not to mention a wide choice of restaurants, cafs, and bistros in which to dine.
If all of that isnt enough, the location of the Four Seasons Hotel London also puts guests within reach of a multitude of other destinations.