Traditional B&B hotel close to Londons Hyde Park
Offering a traditional Bed and Breakfast service, the Four Stars Hotel London is situated in the Marylebone district close to Edgware Road underground and Paddington railway stations.
Guests will find the establishment to be affordable whilst offering easy access to many of the magnificent sights and sounds of London. Thanks to its proximity to Paddington its also well located for those arriving at the city from Heathrow International Airport, which is just a 15 minute journey from the station.
The hotel offers an assortment of rooms to suit individual travellers, groups, and families alike. A number of rooms within the property share a bathroom whilst others include en-suite facilities. Each room comes complete with television, direct dial telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities. A full English breakfast is served daily in the hotels comfortable breakfast room. A lounge area is also available for those looking to sit back and relax before or after venturing out into the busy city. Parking is available at an added surcharge.
The hotel may be simplistic in its facilities but its well connected with the city of London and all of its attractions. A short walk from the property is all it will take for guests to visit the likes of Hyde Park and Madame Tussauds. The former is a famous Greenland park in the heart of the city which is utilised by visitors and locals alike as an exercise and recreational venue. The latter is the famous waxworks museum that features likenesses of a wide range of celebrities and personalities.
The Four Stars Hotel London also provides guests with efficient and easy access to the shopping district of Oxford Street, home to a multitude of large and small retail stores, Bond Street, and Regent Street. As well as stocking the latest fashions, these streets are also perfect for finding that family gift to take back home.
A short tube (underground rail) journey takes visitors to any of the citys famous museums and galleries. The British Museum (Holborn) houses a vast quantity of relics relating to many different time periods. The Natural History Museum (South Kensington) offers an intriguing look at the Earth since the time of the dinosaurs. The Tate Modern (Blackfriars) appeases contemporary urges with its modernistic art displays.
Of course a visit to London isnt complete without visiting those world famous landmarks. Amongst those sites that prove popular with worldwide tourists are Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St. Pauls Cathedral, Nelsons Column, and the Royal Albert Hall. Each is readily accessible via public transport from the hotel in Marylebone.
In fact, the Four Stars Hotel London offers convenient links to most of what London has to offer. Whether its fine dining or a vibrant nightlife youre looking for or a sporting event or concert; from best-in-the-world theatre to one-of-a-kind markets, guests will find more than enough to pack into their days in the capital and still leave enough to do on subsequent visits.