The newly refurbished Avon Hotel London is a cheap and simple choice of accommodation based just a 4 minute walk from Paddington station. It is suitable for both leisure and business guests and most appropriate for those travelling on a budget. The rooms are all fairly basic with rudimentary amenities. The hotel has just 20 rooms, making it an intimate and relatively quiet property.
Based in the centre of the Paddington area, the hotel is just a short walk from the buzzing night-time district of the West End with Theatreland providing masses of performance-based entertainment. For lazing around in the day Hyde Park is just a short walk to the south where riding and boating activities are also available. The nearest tube station is Paddington underground, which is serviced by the Bakerloo, District, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines, meaning that guests can access the entire city quickly and conveniently. Sights such as the Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye are just short tube rides away.
Paddington, central London. Nearest tube station is Paddington on the Bakerloo, District, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines.
24 hour service - breakfast
en-suite - television - telephone - alarm clock - hair-dryer - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving through either of the city's main airports can take the Heathrow Express through to Paddington, or the Gatwick Express to Victoria. Those arriving through Victoria should take the Circle tube line to Paddington. Once at Paddington guests should exit and walk straight down London street, turning left into Norfolk Square. The hotel is at the end on the left.
Those making their own way by car will find that the most direct route through the city involves leaving the M25 at Junction 16 and following the M40 and subsequently the A40 into central London. Guests should stay on the A40 until the reach Paddington station, taking a right onto Westbourne Terrace followed by a left onto Craven Road. From here guests should take the third right onto London Street and the second left onto Norfolk Square.