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White House Hotel

Basic Data
City London, UK
Location 102 Sussex Gardens Hyde Park London W2 1UH
Rooms 16

Located in Paddington - at very short distance from the tube and train stations - While House Hotel, London offers great value for money – value that does not compromise on quality. The perfect holiday ambience, combined with the enchanting variety of contemporary facilities has been instrumental in making it one of the most coveted Budget Hotels in London for leisure tourists and business travelers.

Accommodation at White House Hotel, London
Enjoy cozy and comfortable accommodation at the well furnished guestrooms at White House hotels in London. Designed to provide a fine blend of comfort and style, these rooms come appointed with contemporary amenities of basic comfort like:
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Telephone
Dining at White House Hotel, London
Although White House Hotel in London in UK does not have a restaurant of its own, you can enjoy delicious breakfast at its breakfast room. Besides, there are several restaurants in the vicinity that suit all tastes and budgets. Prominent among these are the Dell and Lido Restaurants, Al Sultan and various other restaurants and pubs in the immediate area.

Business at White House Hotel, London
White House Hotel does not provide hi-tech Business facilities, but some decent meeting facilities are offered that can be availed on prior request. Business equipments available include internet access, fax, ISD/STD lines, etc.

Recreation at White House Hotel, London
The elegantly furnished hotel lobby is the ideal hangout place to relax with friends or business associates. While staying here, you can also explore the city and its surrounding attractions.

Other Facilities at White House Hotel, London
  • Safe deposit
  • Luggage Storage
  • Reception
  • Concierge Services
  • Dry cleaning and laundry
  • Room service

City Info
Founded by the Romans around AD 43, London town was built to serve as the furthest point that could be easily accessed by ships up the River Thames. The geological features of London further indicated that the River Thames could be bridged here.