The Park Grand London Paddington, situated in the very heart of London, has a location envied by many. It is a stone’s throw distance from the Hydethe Park, with Kensington Palace nearby along with Serpentine Gallery, Earls Court Exhibition, Science Museum, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Royal Academy of Arts and various other important buildings. The location makes it easy for commuting and transportation.
The architectural structure is an ode to the Edwardian architecture. The Edwardian structure is in perfect amalgamation with the contemporary decor of the indoors. The interior has been decorated with beautiful crystal chandeliers and with the fresh flowers, the guests are welcomed. These factors create a symphony which is warm and welcoming. The suites are comfortable and the guests are granted access to the Club Lounge. The Atlantic bar is known for its appetizers and cocktails, along with the fire place which adds to its soothing and cosy ambience.
The suites have been decorated tastefully with provides an aura of charm and elegance. It exudes comfort and at the same time, they are stylish. Vibrant and pastel colours enliven the rooms and infuse the feeling the freshness. The suites are equipped with plasma television screens with satellite channels, telephones have the facilities of voicemails and answering machines; coffee and tea can be made be made in the room, Microwave, iron with an ironing table are also provided. Also the guests have the added privilege of complimentary WiFi and broadband internet in all the rooms. The staffs are available for aid, around the clock. They also provide prompt laundry service and concierge services.
Rules and Regulation
The hotel is a non smoking zone, and there are CCTV cameras in the public areas all over the hotel. The full payment of all the reservations is to made directly at the time of check in. The VAT is calculated at 20%. The cancellation policy states that there will be no penalty charges if the cancellation is done 24 hours prior to the check in time. Otherwise the penalty charges are inclusive of a night’s stay plus taxes. The special discounts and offers have different rates and packages and the rules pertaining to them are subject to change and modifications.
The street markets in the city are well known and some of the best London markets are mentioned below. The Alfies Antique Market is the largest indoor market for vintage clothing and antiques, with 600 stalls in five floors and a rooftop cafe, in St. John’s Wood. Brick lane Market is the flea market which sells anything and everything in the Brick Lane area. Camden Market hosts over 1000 stalls and opens all 365 days of the year, it is a cluster of six individual markets. Greenwich Market, located in a heritage site, it hosts around 150 stalls, selling unique and special items. Old Spitalfields Market is known for selling everything from artwork to food, since 1876. The Portobello Road Market which runs on Fridays and Saturday, but a smaller market runs the other days.
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