The recently refurbished Best Western Mornington Hotel is ideally located in the heart of London, within walking distance of Lancaster Gate tube station and just north of Hyde Park. Some of London’s best areas for shopping and entertainment are also within a close proximity. The Mornington Hotel is decorated with it’s regal 19th Century pillars and luxurious floor-length drapes in each room, having had architects cleverly design a new look for the hotel to enhance its traditional features. The West End is just around the corner, Paddington mainline station/Heathrow Express is a 5 minute walk away, and a number of wonderful restaurants can be found close by.
The Mornington has recently gone through a complete refurbishment, having had architects cleverly design a new look for the hotel to enhance its traditional features while bringing its wonderful accommodation further into the 21st Century!
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Flatscreen TV with Freeview
- Air Conditioning
- Audio System (via TV or Radio)
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Complimentary Toiletries
- Laptop Safe
A full English continental buffet-style breakfast is available daily.
The Library Bar:
Designed by fantastic architects, why not enjoy drinks and light snacks between sightseeing sessions, or relax with a coffee before you set off!
The City of London
On The Map: London is located in the southwest of England. The city’s fantastic transport system, including the Tube (subway), red buses and black taxis, insure you can get around the city quickly and easily.
London is the capital of England, and globally-renowned as one of the world’s great cities. London is very diverse – more than 230 languages are spoken, and you’ll encounter a great variety of cultures and communities throughout the city. London’s history is measured in thousands, not hundreds of years, and the city boasts four World Heritage Sites: The Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, The Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich and The Royal Botanic Gardens. Beyond these, there is an unending list of interesting attractions and places to explore. You can visit the Queen’s official residence at Buckingham Palace and tour the Houses of Parliament, historic home of the UK government. Many of the most famous attractions are free to visit, like the Tate Modern Art Gallery, the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museums. Famous City Landmarks abound, such as Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus. London is often cited as Europe’s best shopping destination. Oxford Street is the central shopping hub, but quirky markets all over the city, such as in Camden Town are well worth a visit. The River Thames runs through the heart of London, and a river cruise is a great, alternate way to see the city.