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Offering comfortable rooms at affordable prices, Seymour Hotel has good public transport connections. It is 0.3 miles from Paddington Underground and mainline railway stations. If you fly in to Heathrow Airport you can catch a fast train directly to Paddington with a service that runs every 15 minutes. Trains from Wales and the west and south-west of England also go to Paddington station. Paddington Underground station interconnects with the mainline station and is on following lines: Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, District and Circle. The Underground stations at Edgware Road are 0.4 miles from the hotel and serve the District, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Bakerloo Lines. Lancaster Gate station, on the Central Line, is 0.5 miles away. These stations are in Travelcard Zone 1. The airports at Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City are all less than 45 minutes from Central London by train. If you arrive at St Pancras International station on the Eurostar, you can connect with the Circle Line. If you are travelling by car, the hotel is easy to drive to from the M25, M40, M4 and M1. Several bus routes from Central London stop near the hotel. The area is outside the London Congestion Charge Zone.
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Situated close to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, Seymour Hotel is 0.2 miles from Hyde Park Riding School. Even if you don’t fancy horse riding, the Royal Park is a lovely place for a picnic, a walk around the Serpentine lake or a visit to the Serpentine Gallery or Kensington Palace. Marble Arch, on the large traffic island opposite Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park, which once marked the gates of Buckingham Palace, is 0.7 miles away. For a lovely day out, walk through Hyde Park, on to Green Park and then to the gates of Buckingham Palace (1.9 miles from the hotel) to watch the Changing of the Guards. Imperial College London, St Mary’s Campus, is 0.1 miles north of Seymour Hotel. The Alexander Fleming Museum is just behind it. Close to that lies the Paddington Basin canal-side development and you can follow the towpath to Little Venice, 0.7 miles away, for cafes and entertainment on and beside the water.
North of the hotel is the Sherlock Holmes Museum (0.9 miles) and Regents Park (1.0 miles), which houses an open air theatre and London Zoo .Queensway, with international restaurants, is a mile to the west. On it lies multi-storey Whiteleys shopping centre, which has a cinema and a bowling alley as well as retail units. Oxford Street is 0.7 miles away; Regent Street just a little further on. It is easy to explore the entire West End, with its theatres, sightseeing and nightlife, by tube or bus. There are also many restaurants, cafes, local shops and pubs close to the hotel.
Originally a family town house built in the 1890s, Seymour Hotel was renovated and modernised in 1999. The bedrooms at the Seymour are comfortable, convenient and cheap. There is a choice of accommodation including single rooms, double rooms, twin rooms and family rooms. Whichever you choose, you will get the same standards of comfort, décor and relaxing atmosphere.
The rooms are centrally heated with en-suite facilities and are equipped with satellite television, hair dryer, tea and coffee-making facilities and direct dial telephone. Complimentary continental breakfast is included in the room rate.
Staff do their best to ensure guests have a pleasant stay. They can offer advice about things to do and see in London as well as helping guests plan their travel arrangements.