Location

Location

A short stroll leads you to the hub of Little Venice and all its glory, whilst the historical St. Mary’s Hospital, where Nobel Prize winner Sir Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, is only moments away.

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Wallace Collection

Wallace Collection

With a world famous range of fine arts from the 15th to 19th century, a huge array of paintings, furniture, porcelain and much more are displayed in the 25 galleries of the Wallace Collection.

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Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery

This contemporary art gallery holds works belonging to 45 innovative and influential artists, and is constantly looking for work that is both thought-provoking and original. Previously having championed artists associated with Minimalism and Conceptual art, this influential gallery is definitely worth a visit!

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park, one of the 8 royal parks in London, is only a stone’s throw away from the doors of our hotel

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Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

Once the private gardens on Kensington Palace, this open space is one of the most stunning royal parks in London.

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Merchant Square

Merchant Square

Head to Merchant Square in the heart of Paddington for some mouth-watering street food during the day (check website for specific timings), or wander down in the evening for a unique canal-side dining experience!

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London Street Brasserie

London Street Brasserie

Based at Hotel Indigo Paddington, the London Street Brasserie is open daily and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. All meals, which are modern takes on traditional British cuisine, are made from locally sourced, natural ingredients, and so the menus here constantly refresh to reflect this and the changing seasons.

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Marble Arch

Marble Arch

Designed by John Nash in 1828, Marble Arch was intended to be the chief entrance to Buckingham Palace. However, when the Palace was extended, the Arch was relocated to its current position as an entrance to Hyde Park. Built of white Carrara marble, the design was taken from the triumphal arch of Constantine in Rome.

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Little Venice

Little Venice

As the name suggests, Little Venice is interspersed with waterways and features some superb restaurants, bars and cafes lending the whole area a cosmopolitan, laid back feel. When Robert Browning coined the term Little Venice he was describing the point where the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal meets the Regents Canal.

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Speakers Corner

Speakers Corner

This bastion of British free public speech and free assembly can prove one of the most absorbingly unique, theatrical activities the city has to offer. Located on the corner of Park Lane and Cumberland Gate, opposite Marble Arch tube, Speakers' Corner is the spiritual home of the British democratic tradition of soapbox oratory.

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Kensington Palace State Apartments

Kensington Palace State Apartments

Originally a private country house, public visitors are now warmly welcomed into Kensington Palace, the birthplace of Queen Victoria and home to Princess Diana between 1981 and 1997. Relive the moment in the Victorian Rooms when the young Princess Victoria discovered that she was to become Queen.

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