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Hilton on Park Lane, London

22 Park Ln, London, W1K 1BE, UK
Hilton on Park Lane Review
 
5 Star Rating
6 February 2018Hilton on Park LaneTags: London, UK, City reviewsThe Bill: £560 per night
 

The Hilton Hotel is situated on Londonís Park Lane offers an enviable location with fantastic views over Hyde Park. Having visited this hotel previously we were excited to return. Although this hotel is fully geared up for the business traveller, itís not one to overlook as a leisure visitor to the city, as itís ideally located for easy access to some of Londonís greatest tourist attractions, and is also steps away from both Hyde Park Corner and Green Park tube stations, meaning you can get anywhere you need to very easily.

When we arrived we were efficiently checked in and shown on our way to our room. During this visit, we were staying in their Mayfair Suite on the 17th floor, which offered impressive views over Mayfair and the London skyline, with the Shard and the London Eye completing the landscape. The suite offered a separate living area where these views really do take your breath away.

ďThe suite offered a separate living area where these views really do take your breath away.Ē

The suite itself offered a well-stocked mini bar, a coffee machine and a large flat screen television, along with a comfortable king size bed. The bathroom offered a single wash basin, but boasted a separate walk-in shower and bath which was most welcome.

This hotel is extremely functional and offers everything you could need for a comfortable stay. If youíre not in the mood to venture out and try one of Londonís many fantastic restaurants, the hotel itself offers some great options. The Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows restaurant attracts visitors from far and wide, so having this as an option makes staying at the Hilton Park Lane all the more attractive. There is also the Podium restaurant, where we would recommend stopping in for afternoon tea.

We were only too pleased to have returned to experience this iconic hotel once again. The staff throughout our stay were a real highlight, being very friendly and welcoming in an almost effortless fashion. We canít recommend this hotel highly enough as an excellent option for exploring London.

 
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