The originally named Hotel 82 London is a modern and stylish property having recently undergone a refurbishment of its 146 suites and one-bedroom apartments. These rooms have all been designed in a manner that makes them the cutting edge of contemporary lifestyle. They all include their own kitchens, which are equipped with a hob, oven, microwave, fridge, kettle and all of the necessary cooking utensils, making this a great destination for those who covet a degree of privacy and self-sufficiency during their stay.
The house is located in a strikingly Victorian area, full of period buildings lining the streets on either side. This is a theme that extends through the Paddington area to the east of the hotel. The hotel itself is located at the edge of the West End in Marylebone, close to Marble Arch, which is a predominantly residential district and enjoys a central location.
Marble Arch, Oxford Street, the theatres of Theatreland and even The London Zoo are all within walking distance, though the nearby underground station of Baker Street gives guests access to most points of interest within the city and surrounding areas. It is just a 5 minute walk from the hotel and serviced by the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo, Jubille and Metropolitan Lines, making it one of the city's best transport gateways. Alternatively Edgeware Road is a short walk to the east and has access to the District Line, whilst Paddington station is also within walking distance with its National Rail services, meaning that guests can easily travel to and from the rest of the country.
West End, central London. The nearest tube station is Baker Street on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines.
WiFi in public areas - 24 hour reception - bar
en-suite - modem internet connection - LCD television - telephone - mini-bar - safety box - complimentary toiletries
Those arriving by air can take the appropriate Express service into the city centre. The Heathrow Express runs to Paddington and takes approximately 15 minutes, whilst the Gatwick Express takes about 30 to get to Victoria. Guests arriving at Paddington should take the Circle, Hammersmith & City or Bakerloo Line to Baker Street, whilst those arriving via Victoria should take the Circle Line to Baker Street. On alighting at Baker Street guests should exit onto Marylebone Road, walking to their right. From here they should take a left onto Gloucester Place where they will find the hotel after walking past the entrance to Crawford Street. Alternatively, taxi services are available at all of the city's airports and major train stations.
Guests arriving to Hotel 82 London by car should leave the M25 at Junction 16 and take the M40 and subsequently the A40 through central London. Guests should stay on the A40 until it becomes the A501 on Marylebone Road, taking a right onto Upper Montagu street after passing the Western Eye Hospital. From Upper Montagu Street guests should take the fourth left onto Montagu Place followed by the second left onto Gloucester Place where they will find the hotel after a short drive.