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London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, and the most populous city in the European Union.  London is one of the world's major business, political and cultural centres. It is a leader in international finance, politics, communications, entertainment, fashion and the arts and has considerable influence worldwide. It is widely regarded as one of the world's major global cities, and has been an important settlement for nearly 2000 years.  London has an estimated population of 7.6 million (as of 2005) and a metropolitan area population of between 12 and 14 million. London has an extremely cosmopolitan population, drawing from a diverse range of peoples, cultures and religions, speaking over 300 different languages. Residents of London are referred to as Londoners.
The city is an international transport hub and a major tourist destination, counting iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace amongst its many attractions, along with famous institutions such as the British Museum and the National Gallery.  London has three main central business districts (CBDs): the City of London, the West End in Westminster and Canary Wharf in the Docklands. The City of London is the largest financial and business district in Europe.
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Interesting Reading on London:
Travel London: The Living Past And The Ever-present   by Frank Johnson
London theatre breaks are a fantastic way to spend your weekend   by Andrew Regan
Luxury For Less - London On A Shoestring   by Freelance Writer
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Acton Hotels, London:
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Acton is an extensive area in West London, situated 6.4 miles (10.3 km) west of Charing Cross. At the time of the 2001 census, Acton, comprising the wards of East Acton, Acton Central, South Acton and Southfield, had a population of 53,689 people.  The name Acton derives from the Anglo-Saxon for "oak town". Originally an ancient village (mentioned in the Domesday Book), as London expanded, Acton became absorbed into the city. Nowadays, Acton lies predominantly in the London Borough of Ealing, although East Acton is part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Central Acton lies on the former main road between London and Oxford (the Uxbridge Road) and several inns along it date back several centuries as stopping places for travellers. Nowadays, the principal route linking London and Oxford (the A40 dual carriageway) bypasses central Acton, but passes through North Acton.
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Express by Holiday Inn London-Park Royal, Acton
If you are visiting London and need convenient access to Central and Heathrow airport then make the Express by Holiday Inn Park Royal your hotel of choice. The Express by Holiday Inn Park Royal is situated a short distance from the main route between Heathrow Airport and Central London. The hotel is particularly well situated for the Wembley Conference Centre, Kew Gardens, and Ealing Studios. Access to London's public transport system is readily available with North Acton Underground Station just a short walk from the hotel.  In the comfortable 104 guestrooms, every detail has been designed to create a modern and pleasurable environment. The hotel bedrooms offer all the conveniences required of today's business traveller or holidaymaker.  Guests can start their day with the delicious buffet breakfast served at the hotel. Then to wind up the day, relax with friends and colleagues over an ice-cold beer or a tempting cappuccino at Express by Holiday Inn.

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Baker Street Hotels, London:
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Baker Street is a street in the Marylebone district of the City of Westminster in London. It forms part of the A41. It is most famous for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at 221B Baker Street, an address that does not actually exist. The street's fame could also come in small part from musician Gerry Rafferty's famous song. The street is named for builder William Baker who laid the street out in the eighteenth century. It was originally a high class residential address, but now is mainly occupied by commercial premises.
Baker St is in postcode areas NW1/W1 and is a busy thoroughfare. It runs south from Regent's Park, the intersection with Park Road, parallel to Gloucester Place, intersecting Marylebone Road, York Street, Portman Square and Wigmore Street. At the intersection with Wigmore St, Baker St turns into Orchard Street, which ends when it intersects with Oxford Street.  The street is served by the London Underground by Baker Street tube station; next to the station is Transport for London's lost property office.
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Americana Hotel London
Americana Hotel London offers a quiet location, warm welcome and friendly staff to make your stay pleasant.   This property is centrally located in the Baker Street area, just few minutes from the station. Close to Madame Tussaud exhibition and Planetarium, Americana Hotel is at easy access to all London, shopping districts and tourist attractions.  The hotel boasts comfortable bedrooms that are modernly furnished and come with all the standard amenities.   Serving buffet style breakfast, the breakfast room is located at the ground floor, next to the welcoming sitting area with big plasma screen TV.  The cosy lobby with a reception area comes with sitting area, for guests to relax or meet friends.

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Barbican Hotels, London:
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Barbican: To the north of the City of London, lies an area known as the Barbican. Very much like the City, the Barbican contains all different types of financial businesses. The Barbican is also home to an impressive arts centre which is home to the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Shakespear Company.  Convenient for visits to St Paul's and the Tower of London.
Citadines Barbican Serviced Apartment London  (Map Ref 1)
The Citadines Barbican Serviced Apartment London is situated in the heart of the city, whose streets still abound in traditional pubs. Just around the corner is the Barbican Centre, one of Europe’s biggest cultural complexes, home to the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Shakespeare Company. Accommodation is provided in the form of studios and flats that are all equipped with modern facilities. Other facilities include a restaurant, 24-hour reception and more.
Thistle City Barbican Hotel London (Map Ref 2)
If you are looking for an ideal holiday destination in London, Thistle City Barbican Hotel is a perfect place for you to reside and explore the surrounding areas.  Situated in the heart of the city near the world-renowned Barbican Centre, Thistle City Barbican is perfectly located for business or pleasure. Leisure guests will also appreciate its central location, close to landmarks such as St. Paul's and the Tower of London.  The hotel has 463 bedrooms including executive and superior rooms that are well furnished and come with an array of in room amenities.  Thistle City Barbican has a restaurant, bar and coffee shop offering a wide selection of drinks, light refreshment and dining.  Furthermore, the hotel also has an Otium Health and Leisure club which has a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa pool and gymnasium.
Threadneedles Hotel London
Threadneedles Hotel is located opposite the Bank of England in The City, the historic financial district of central London, UK. The hotel is five blocks from St Paul's Cathedral, 500 metres from Tower Bridge and 800 metres from the Tower of London. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern gallery are within 500 metres over the Millennium Bridge. Bank Tube station is 250 metres from the hotel. Converted from a 19th-century banking hall, Threadneedles is a Conde Nast Top 100 hotel. Period details include an ornate stained-glass dome that spills light into the lobby and lounge.  High Victorian ceilings and neoclassical columns decorate Bonds, the Threadneedles Hotel's restaurant, which has a modern-French menu featuring delicacies such as Venison with Pumpkin Puree, and Prune and Armagnac Souffle. Bond's Bar has polished dark-wood fixtures and leather-backed chairs.

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Bloomsbury Hotels, London:
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Bloomsbury is an area of central London between Holborn and Euston station, developed by the Russell family in the 17th and 18th centuries into a fashionable residential area. It is notable for its array of gardened squares, its literary connections (exemplified by the Bloomsbury Group), and its numerous hospitals and academic institutions.  While Bloomsbury was not the first area of London to acquire a formal square, Southampton Square (now named Bloomsbury Square), which was laid out by Thomas Wriothesley, 4th Earl of Southampton in 1660, was the first square to actually be named as such.
Bloomsbury is home to the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, the British Medical Association, and the University of London headquarters and some of its colleges, including SOAS, University College London, Birkbeck College, the Institute of Education and the School of Advanced Study.  Notable hospitals include Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College Hospital.  Bloomsbury was formerly home to the British Library, which moved in 1997 to a nearby location next to St. Pancras railway station in Somers Town.
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Ambassadors in Bloomsbury Hotel London  (Map Ref 9)
The Ambassadors in Bloomsbury prides itself in being contemporary in style and personal in service, while being just a kilometre from the city centre.  The Ambassadors in Bloomsbury is located on a busy main street, just two minutes away from Euston mainline, which offers excellent connections to the whole of London and many parts of Britain. The Oxford Street and Covent Garden is just fifteen minutes walk away, while the British Museum is five minutes by walk.  The rooms vary in size and are decorated with dark wooden furniture. The high specification soundproofing of all bedrooms assures a peaceful stay in the heart of the city.  The open plan bar and restaurant is situated on the ground floor and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Relieve the stresses of the day as you enjoy exquisite cuisine and fine wines in the relaxed atmosphere of Duke's Brasserie.
Bedford Hotel London  (Map Ref 8)
The hotel is located on a busy street in the Bloomsbury area, just five minutes walk from Russell square and Holborn underground stations and ten minutes from Oxford Street. The British Museum is also just around the corner.  The rooms are medium in size and again decorated in 1970's style, the decor is quite dated, however clean and in fair condition. The bathrooms are quite small and also in fair condition.  Buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served in the restaurant, which overlooks a small secluded terrace with a pond. There is also a coffee bar, which serves snacks throughout the day.  Although the hotel appears to be quite dated, with 1970's style decor and furnishings, the location and simple but comfortable accommodation make this functional, practical hotel a good choice for those on a budget. 
Holiday Inn Kings Cross Hotel Bloomsbury(Map Ref 6)
Whether you are in London for business or pleasure, the Holiday Inn Kings Cross Hotel offers a good choice of accommodation, facilities as well as service and best value for your money.  With easy access to the Farringdon and Russell Square underground stations, the Holiday Inn Kings Cross/Bloomsbury is perfectly situated between the City and the West End. The hotel is ideally located with proximity to key tourist attractions such as the famous Bloomsbury district, Oxford Street, Covent Garden, The British Museum, St Pauls Cathedral and Sadlers Wells Theatre.  This property boasts 405 elegant guestrooms that are magnificently furnished in a modern style and come with a host of modern amenities.  The Rasa Indian Restaurant serves authentic Kerala dishes, which are freshly prepared with the finest ingredients using traditional recipes for its guests to feast on. The bar is an ideal place to relax and unwind with a speciality cocktail or just your favourite drink.
Hotel Russell London  (Map Ref 4)
Offering a good position, this property with comfortable accommodation and excellent services welcomes all types of holidaymakers for a pleasant and tranquil stay.  Hotel Russell is situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, opposite Russell Square underground station with its excellent connections to all parts of London. The British Museum is within easy reach of all attractions including Buckingham Palace, St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament.  Hotel Russell provides 373 bedrooms, all designed to suit the requirements of the business executive including high-speed Internet connection and working area.  The main restaurant is a fabulous feature of the hotel, being a large airy room with a wealth of period features. There is also a large bar, which has a very traditional club atmosphere.
Park Inn London Russell Square, London
The Park Inn London Russell Square, a historic property located in Bloomsbury, is located 200 metres from the Russell Square Underground Station and 500 metres from the Holburn Underground Station in London, England. Oxford Street's shops are positioned 1 kilometre away.  The Park Inn London Russell Square offers a variety of malt whiskies and draught beers at The Malt Bar. This venue is outfitted with four plasma-screen televisions and offers an extensive pub menu. Waterfalls Restaurant places emphasis on international dishes and gourmet wines. Internet kiosks are available in the hotel lobby, and are equipped with CD/DVD players and Memory Stick Readers. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel (fees apply). Six function rooms accommodate events, and the 24-hour reception desk offers fax and photocopy services. A complimentary fitness room contains a rowing machine, a cycle machine, a treadmill and a cross trainer.

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Brentford Hotels, London:
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Brentford is a suburb in the London Borough of Hounslow at the confluence of the River Thames and the River Brent in South West London, situated approximately 8 miles (12.9 km) west south-west of Charing Cross.
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Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock
Offering quality services and facilities, combined with a distinctive personality and ambience, Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock is ideal for both business and leisure travellers.  Ideally located beside the Grand Union Canal in the heart of Brentford, this elegant property is about 6 miles west of Central London and 6 miles from Heathrow Airport. The Brentford Train Station is less than a 15 minute walk, with regular services into London.  The hotel offers 134 comfortable guestrooms that are facilitated with a range of modern amenities, to ensure you a pleasant stay. An attentive room service is also available for your convenience.  You can dine in elegance at the in-house restaurant that serves a variety of delicious dishes, for you to relish. The bar provides the ideal setting for you to relax and unwind with friends or colleagues, while enjoying your favourite drink.

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Buckhurst Hill, London:
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Buckhurst Hill is a suburban town in the Epping Forest district of Essex. It was anciently part of the parish of Chigwell. It forms part of the Greater London Urban Area.  It is 10.7 miles (17.2 km) north east of Charing Cross and near to the boundary with the London Borough of Redbridge.  It was featured on the ITV1 series Essex Wives a programme about women in the area who were in business or fairly well-off. With Loughton and Chigwell, it is said to form part of the Essex golden triangle of wealthy places.
Buckhurst Hill is served by Buckhurst Hill tube station which is now on the Central Line of the London Underground. The railway line was opened in 1856 as part of the Eastern Counties Railway and it was the middle-class development that resulted from this line that gave Buckhurst Hill its typical Victorian ambience.  From 1890 to 1933, it had an Urban District Council of its own. In 1933 to 1974 it formed together with Loughton and Chigwell the Chigwell Urban District. Since 1996 it has again had a parish council of its own.
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Buckingham Palace Area, London:
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Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarch in London, England. The Palace is a setting for state occasions and royal entertaining, a base for many officially visiting Heads of State, and a major tourist attraction. It has been a rallying point for the British people at times of national rejoicing, crisis or grief. "Buckingham Palace", "Buck House" or simply "The Palace" commonly refers to the source of press statements issued by the offices of the Royal Household.
In the Middle Ages, Buckingham Palace's site formed part of the Manor of Ebury. It had several royal owners from Edward the Confessor onwards and was also the object of much property speculation. (A loophole in the lease of Charles I allowed the area to revert back to royal hands in the 18th century.) Precursors of Buckingham Palace were Blake House, Goring House, and Arlington House.
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Crowne Plaza London St James, London
The Crowne Plaza London St James is located in London, England, 300 metres from Buckingham Palace, and one mile from Knightsbridge and Trafalgar Square. Victoria Station is 500 metres away. The Crowne Plaza London St James is a traditional Edwardian hotel with a courtyard garden providing an oasis of peace in central London. Spa 51 offers gym facilities, a sauna and Turkish bath, and a range of therapies including organic face and body treatments. There is a beauty salon and florist on site, and Internet access is available in the air-conditioned public areas. The hotel has 3 dining options. Bistro 51 serves Haute Cuisine using fresh local ingredients for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and serves traditional Sunday Roasts at the weekend. The Michelin-starred Quilon serves south-coastal Indian cuisine for lunch and dinner, and Bank Westminster is a contemporary restaurant serving British fusion cuisine also for lunch and dinner.
St James Hotel & Club London
St. James Hotel & Club is located in central London, England, 100 metres from Green Park Underground station, 200 metres from St. James's Palace, and 400 metres from Pall Mall. Set on the site of a 19th- century gentlemen's club, this modern converted townhouse is situated in a secluded street in the upscale Mayfair district of London. At the 24-hour front desk multilingual staff can offer concierge services, currency exchange, and round-the-clock room service. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the air-conditioned public spaces and parking is provided for a surcharge.  The St. James Hotel & Club has an in-house restaurant serving a menu of international modern dishes. The restaurant includes a chef s table. Breakfast is available, and lighter meals are served at the hotel's lounge bar along with High Tea (served with whisky), and a range of cocktails.
Thistle Westminster Hotel London
Positioned on Buckingham Palace Road in London, England, Thistle Westminster enjoys proximity to several popular attractions. Buckingham Palace is located 400 meters from the property while London Eye, the Soho district and Green Park beckon from one kilometer away. Moreover, London Gatwick Airport stands 53 kilometers from Thistle Westminster hotel while London Heathrow Airport stands 24 kilometers away.
Hotel Features.. At Thistle Westminster hotel, hunger pangs are satisfied at Café Crème restaurant. The eatery serves specialty European cuisine, like Goat Cheese Risotto and Grilled Salmon. Meanwhile, the Coffee Lounge serves fresh java with an array of snacks. Notably, Thistle Westminster hotel issues complimentary passes to a nearby fitness center. The hotel also supplies meeting rooms for business or social gatherings. Parking accommodations are also available. Moreover, the concierge desk offers a plethora of visitor information and assists with vacation itineraries. 

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