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If you want to be right in the heart of Londons theatre district, the St Martins Lane Hotel, London, is a five star option that could not be more convenient. You will find yourself staying on the same small street as some of Londons best-known theatres, and within moments walk of The Mousetrap, the worlds longest-running play.
On St Martins Lane you are very much in the West End. Shaftesbury Avenue and Leicester Square are close at hand. Londons famous market, Covent Garden, and its world renowned opera house are nearby. You can easily walk to St Martins Lane from Leicester Square tube, Charing Cross tube, or Covent Garden tube, there are transport links from here to wherever you need or want to go in London. Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery are almost right on your doorstep, and the Strand is just a gentle stroll away. For those interested in nightlife both Heaven and Gordons wine bar are near, and Soho with all of its late-night culture is just a few minutes walk away.
The hotel itself has been designed by Philippe Starck, and so has striking décor with a luxurious finish. The floor-to-ceiling windows in many rooms offer dramatic views over the bustling heart of Londons West End. The contemporary feel continues into the Light Bar and the restaurant, Asia De Cuba. This is a daring and unique hotel, that looks to put a cultured, luxurious, contemporary stamp on a stay in the West End. All rooms have at least a queen-sized bed, a flat-screen high-definition television, free wifi, and access to a gym and spa services offered within your room.
For any traveller who wishes to seriously drink in Londons theatre culture, and to really explore the citys many galleries and museums, the St Martins Lane Hotel offers real convenience. With a base like this you could easily catch more than one show as day, and still be able to pop back to your hotel if you want to drop things off.
Everything London has to offer is on your doorstep from St Martins Lane, and if you do not want to go out, the room service at this hotel has a reputation for how good it is. From heritage pursuits through cultural ones, or, if you just want to revel in the nearby Soho nightlife, St Martins Lane is an ideal location in which to do it from.
It is not, however, for those whose budget is tight. Whilst St Martins Lane is ideal for those who have the funds to enjoy a five star break in the middle of one of the worlds most expensive cities, for those who wish to find an affordable way of exploring London, this hotel might not be appropriate. Everything is of the highest quality, from the room furnishings to the location, and that comes at a price.
For the culture vulture with deep pockets, St Martins Lane hotel is ideal. From there you can find all of London and what it has to offer right on your doorstep.