Conveniently located within walking distance of four stations, Hyde Park Premier Hotel offers four star facilities for your UK study stay, including a restaurant and elegant bar.
Hyde Park Premier Hotel is conveniently situated between four stations: Paddington, Lancaster Gate, Queensway and Bayswater. This gives you the choice of five underground lines to transport you across the capital, as well as overland services to Heathrow Airport and Windsor (to name but two). Hyde Park Premier Hotel is located in Craven Hill, which was acquired by the Earl of Craven in the 1730s. Many famous people lived here in the 1830s, including the musician Vincent Novello, who lived at number 4.
Premier Hotel Hyde Park has been recently refurbished to four star standard and offers 50 rooms equipped with a private bathroom, flat screen TV, clock radio, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. In the morning you can enjoy continental breakfast at Premier Hotel Hyde Park and in the evening you can relax in the restaurant or the elegant bar. There is also a luggage room, laundry facility and concierge service. This popular hotel also offers multi-lingual staff at the reception desk.
Several language schools are within easy reach of Premier Hotel Hyde Park, including Stanton School of English, Academy International and Anglo European Study Tours. Imperial College London's South Kensington campus is also within walking distance, on the other side of Hyde Park. A short tube journey from Paddington will take you to Westminster University (3 stops on Circle Line to Marylebone Campus) and University College London (5 stops on Circle Line).
Situated in Zone 1, Lancaster Gate, Queensway and Bayswater are the nearest underground stations to Hyde Park Premier Hotel. Paddington is the nearest mainline station. You can be at Heathrow Airport in twenty minutes from Paddington. For a fun day out, catch a Circle Line tube to Baker Street (2 stops from Paddington) and buy a combined ticket to Madame Tussauds and the London Planetarium.
The London Toy and Model Museum is just around the corner from Hyde Park Premier Hotel, at 21 - 23 Craven Hill Gardens. It boasts one of the largest collections of commercially made toys and models in Europe dating from 1895 onwards. Whilst you are in a childlike mood, visit the Peter Pan statue in nearby Kensington Gardens, which was installed fully completed overnight, because J M Barrie wanted children to believe it had appeared by magic.
Hyde Park Premier Hotel offers a delicious choice of breakfasts. The continental breakfast is £12.50. If you want a full English breakfast or a buffet breakfast, these both cost £15.
PROMOTIONAL OFFER: If you call the hotel just before your arrival (or book breakfast when you check in), any of the breakfast options above will only cost £11.95 per day.
Desk & Lamp
Direct Modem Link
Wireless Internet Access
Tea & Coffee
Direct Dial Phone
In Room Safe
Internet Terminals in Rooms
Iron & Board
Wake Up Service
24 Hour Reception
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