Hotel: Edward Lear Hotel
Address: 28-30 Seymour Street, London, Greater London, W1H 7JB
Number of rooms: 31
Prices from: £47.50
This hotel has the following cancellation policy:
You have up to 48 hours before your arrival date to cancel your reservation. If for any reason you don't show up for your booking or you cancel with less than 48 hours remaining, the hotel will charge you the equivalent of the full cost of your booking.
Room check in is available from 13.00 hours onwards
Room checkout must be complete by 11.00 hours
This hotel is steeped in history – It was once the home of Edward Leer, a Victorian artist who once taught Queen Victoria how to paint. Nowadays it is a hotel providing accommodation for business guest and tourists alike. There are no hidden extras with the prices – the rice you see is the price you pay and all rates include a traditional English breakfast. The hotel is near to Oxford Street – ideal for the shopaholics and within walking distance of many of London’s tourist attractions.
The rooms at the hotel are very good value for money and are inclusive of vat and a traditional English breakfast. All have modern amenities including direct dial telephone, colour television, hot drink making facilties and movie channels. The hotel has a left luggage and storage facility and there is a nearby Pay to Park for guests who arrive by car. Most major credit cards are accepted. Children under the age of 3 stay for free and over the age of 3 are charged the full adult price.
The hotel is located close to the following
The hotel is very close to Oxford Street - a great place for designer shops and a variety of stores. Situated in the heart of London, this hotel is extremely popular with all kinds of guests, including business people. London's West End is within walking distance - handy for the theatres/restaurants and shows. Nearby attractions include Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Marble Arch tube station is a couple of minutes away - ideal transport links with the rest of London.