Reviews of our hotel near Paddington Station
"This hotel is very well located across the road to Hyde Park, close to both Lancaster and Paddington Tube stationand the big bus HoHo stop is only a short 3-4 min walk from the hotel. "
"I've stayed a few times and really like this place. Very close to Lancaster Gate tube station so you can easily get around the city. Nice and clean. Friendly staff. Right across from Hyde Park and only a short walk to Paddington station"
"Very much enjoyed our 1 night stay here after a late night flight and London Express ride into Paddington station. Hotel has a great location and service was amazing. Even though we checked in very late, front desk staff was very attentive and helpful with check in, getting bags and even helping us order dinner from a local place."
Corus Hyde Park is ideally located less than a 10 minute walk from Paddington station.
For a London visitor flying into Heathrow, Paddington is significant as the central London Terminus of the Paddington Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect train services. These trains are the most comfortable and quick transfers into London.
Paddington Station also provides the main train services from London to South Wales and South-west England to places like Cardiff, Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth and Swansea.
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Places to eat near Paddington Station
If you fancy an english breakfast after your travels, our main restaurants, The Brasserie, serves a breakfast buffet until 10 AM Monday to Friday. On the weekends, we serve breakfast until 10:30 AM.
We feel our afternoon tea is the perfect way to recuperate after a day of exploring London or to host a business meeting. You can enjoy an assortment of sandwiches and tasty treats while sitting in the conservatory overlooking Hyde Park.
Three things to do near Paddington Station
You could visit Hyde Park which is less than five minute walk from our hotel. While walking through the park, you could get some beautiful photos of the Serpentine Lake which divides Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. You can find many free guided tours of Hyde Park online.
Catch a show at the Royal Albert Hall. Royal Albert Hall was named by Queen Elizabeth in memory of her husband, Prince Albert. Throughout the year, the Royal Albert Hall will host over 350 shows which range from music, ballets, sports and community events.
If you fancy some retail therapy, you could go to Oxford Street which hosts the high end fashion labels we all cherish. After dropping off your bags and checking in, you could get the tube at Lancaster Gate to Oxford Circus underground.