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Mitre House Hotel

Basic Data
City London, UK
Location 178-184 Sussex Gardens,
Paddington, London,
Rooms 67


Located very close to the Hyde Park - Mitre House Hotel, London lies on a leafy avenue near Paddington railway and underground station, at the junction of trains coming from Heathrow airport and the tube lines for the West End. The perfect retreat for business travelers and holidaying tourists in the heart of London, the hotel is housed in a historic building, with elegantly appointed rooms, 24h reception and bar, sumptuous breakfast, Wi-Fi access, free parking and many other modern amenities.

Accommodation at Mitre House Hotel
Enjoy classic accommodation at the elegantly appointed rooms at Mitre House Hotel in London, which are categorized as classic, junior suite and family suite. The junior suites are further appointed with a small sitting-room, writing desk, two satellite televisions, mini refrigerator and trouser press besides Jacuzzi/Spabath in the bathroom. All rooms sport amenities like:
  • Color satellite TV
  • Six band radio
  • Direct dial telephone
  • En suite bathroom with shower/bathtub and a courtesy kit
  • Hairdryers available from reception
Dining at Mitre House Hotel
The breakfast restaurant at Mitre House Hotel in London in United Kingdom offers an array of sumptuous Continental delicacies every morning at breakfast.

Business at Mitre House Hotel
Like most other Three Star Hotels in London, Mitre House Hotel caters corporate guests with basic business aids like STD/ISD connectivity, fax services, etc.

Recreation at Mitre House Hotel
  • Lobby
  • Bar
  • Sightseeing Trips arranged to Hyde Park, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, etc
  • Ample Shopping Options
Other facilities at Mitre House Hotel
  • Safe deposit boxes
  • Luggage Storage
  • Free Parking
  • 24-Hour Reception
  • Baby sitting service
  • Concierge
  • Laundry facilities
  • Lift

City Info
The West End in London is the world’s largest theatre district and the epicenter of British commercial theatre. Situated to the West of London City, West End is also popularly hailed as Theatreland.