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ONE ALDWYCH HOTEL, LONDON

Looking for a ultra luxe summer city break? It’s probably time you head to Leading Hotels of the World member, One Aldwych Hotel.

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If you’re looking for a place of high luxury to crash this summer or just a good enough excuse to satisfy your cravings for opulence, One Aldwych Hotel is a pretty fitting suitor. You couldn’t find a more ideal setting to experience all of the city attractions; nestled just off London’s bustling Covent Garden and famed Theatre District, it’s central location means that anything and everything the city has to offer is at your finger tips. With The Royal Opera House just around the corner and neighbouring some of the best galleries in the country including The National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery (both a 10 minute walk away), a cultural enlightening is also at your immediate dispense.

But maybe you won’t want to leave your beautifully sleek room at One Aldwych Hotel, and that’s ok too. You’ll have a pick of 105 luxuriously contemporary rooms varying from comfy kingsize chambers to full-on padded-out suites. Staying within the luxury of your own room would be totally justified, but there are also a number of amenities to make use of on your stay. A health suite equipped with a spa, gym and swimming pool allows you to indulge your well being, while the lobby bar, Indigo restaurant, afternoon tea, private dinning and theatre dinners are on offer to keep your palette content. And for the ultimate weekend spoil-yourself, exploit One Aldwych’s “Film & Fizz”: a three course dinner set-up and a movie in their very own private screening room. You’ll find us there, with a glass of chilled Lallier Champagne in hand.

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ONE ALDWYCH HOTEL, LONDON

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