Melia White House Hotel London is in a top location for exploring the city centre. Situated in a picturesque part of London with attractive Georgian architecture and the verdant Regent's Park to enjoy, there are also various nearby attractions such as London Zoo and Madame Tussauds near the hotel. A short trip away via bus or tube brings guests into central London, with its endless fine dining establishments, museums, theatres, pubs and bars to frequent. Travel facilities are a short walk from the hotel including Regent's Park tube station, which offers access to the Bakerloo line. Paddington Train Station is also not far away and connects to Heathrow airport, as well as providing travel links across the UK.
The hotel has a wide range of facilities for guests to take advantage of. These include a business centre, conference and meeting rooms with wireless internet and audio-visual equipment, and computer rental with wireless internet in all public areas of the hotel. There is also a fitness centre for guests to use, with a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment and sauna facilities.
The hotel does not have its own car park. Guests must use nearby local car parks at standard London rates.
The hotel has a total of 581 rooms, all of which are ensuite and contain luscious decor mixing traditional and modern elements. Various room types can be booked, including singles, doubles, twins, suites and even apartments. Extensive room features are provided, including air conditioning, satellite television, high speed broadband, coffee and tea maker and minibar facilities. 24 hour room service is also available.
The hotel has a great range of dining options on offer. There is the Corner and Coffee Tapas Bar, open for breakfast and lunch every day and providing teas, pastries, soups and other light snacks and refreshments. Alternatively, the hotel’s acclaimed AA Rosette-winning Spanish restaurant L’Albufera is open at dinner time Monday to Saturday, serving authentic Spanish cuisine with a modern twist. For more traditional fare, there is The Place, a restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner every day (although there is no lunch at weekends.) Simpler but extremely tasty dishes are available here, such as roasts and themed buffets. Finally, there is Longford’s bar for guests to enjoy, a trendy joint for wine and cocktails with a relaxing jazz pianist performing.
Cribs and highchairs are available to be borrowed from the hotel, and childcare services are also provided.
The hotel has a wheelchair accessible entrance, as well as wheelchair accessible rooms. Guide dogs are allowed.