The Four Stars is not, as its name so cunningly suggests, a four star rated property. It is actually a budget hotel located in the heart of London close to Paddington railway station and perfect for those who would rather save their money to spend on the sights of London as, not only is the price low, but the central location means that guests will be spending less money on the tube.
The rooms of the hotel contain the amenities that one would expect to find in a hotel of its category, with a television and en-suite bathroom. As a bed and breakfast style property the hotel offers its guests a Full English breakfast each morning, meaning that guests will be set up for a full day of London sightseeing. This also means that guests do not have to worry about finding a suitable alternative breakfast venue in the surrounding area. If they wished to do so, however, they would find plenty of cafes along with bars and restaurants in the surrounding area.
The hotel is located in Paddington between the West End and the residential setting of Bayswater. Close by are Madam Tussauds, the multitude of theatres in TheatreLand and the famous shopping district of Oxford Street. Meanwhile Hyde Park is less than a 10 minute walk south, making for a great day out in the summer when it's frequented by various festivals and events. The nearest tube station is Paddington on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo and District Lines. This is just a 5 minute walk from the hotel, allowing guests to get to some of the attractions that aren't so close (Kensington Palace and Gardens, Covent Garden, Greenwich) relatively quickly and painlessly.
Paddington, central London. Nearset tube station is Paddington on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo and District Lines.
24 hour staff - breakfast
The hotel has its own car park which guests can use at a charge of £7 a day.
en-suite - television - telephone - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving to the Four Stars Hotel London by air can take the appropriate express service into the centre of the city. The Heathrow Express runs to Paddnigton with a journey time of approximately 15 minutes, whilst the Gatwick Express takes about 30 to get to Victoria. Guests arriving through Paddington are well placed to walk to the hotel, whilst those arriving through Victoria can take the Circle Line to Paddington. Guests should exit the station south through the main entrance and walk straight down London Street until they reach Sussex Gardens, onto which they should take a left. The hotel is a short walk along the road. Alternatively taxi services are available from all of the city's airports and major train stations.
Those making their own way to the hotel by car should follow signs for Hyde Park, central London. On arriving at the park, guests should make their way to the Bayswater Road, which runs along the north of the park. Guests should exit onto Lancaster Gate, turning right onto Sussex Gardens at the next junction. There are parking spaces at the hotel.