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Located in central London, Holiday Inn London - Regent's Park is a business-friendly hotel within walking distance of Crescent Gardens and BT Tower. Additional points of interest include London Senate House Library and Oxford Circus.
Holiday Inn London - Regent's Park's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The hotel serves hot and cold buffet breakfasts (surcharges apply). This 4-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and limo/town car service. Wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). This London property has 12 meeting rooms. Concierge services and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is limited, and available on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge). Additional property amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and currency exchange.
332 air-conditioned guestrooms at Holiday Inn London - Regent's Park feature minibars and coffee/tea makers. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. In addition to desks and safes, guestrooms offer direct-dial phones with voice mail. Televisions have satellite channels, video-game consoles, and pay movies. Housekeeping is available daily.
Notifications and Fees:
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
- Self parking fee: GBP 35.00 per day
- Fee for wireless Internet in all public areas: GBP 16.00 (for 24 hours, rates may vary)
- Fee for in-room wireless Internet: GBP 16.00 (for 24 hours, rates may vary)
- Full breakfast fee: GBP 16.95 per person (approximately)
- Rollaway bed fee: GBP 35.00 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
2 hide detailComedy & More Comedy
The Lowdown at the Albany is a good comedy club where you can enjoy sketch, improv and character comedy. Each night is a different comedian, most of the comedians are new to the business, but every once in awhile you'll see an old favorite. The major attraction at this place would be the fact that the people here at Lowdown know which jokes are passe and which are the one that will really tickle your funny bone. So no more of the stale and lame jokes on the pretext of Comedy. Whew!
3 hide detailArchitectural Café
This café-bar opened in 2005 and, being part of the Royal Institute of British Architects, obviously the décor is excellent. It incorporates dark wood and steel mesh with modular furniture which enables a complete change of atmosphere from day to night. The café-bar is situated in the entrance hall of the Royal Institute of British Architects which is a Grade II listed building. There is a good range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks plus plenty of tapas-style snacks available. You can also visit one of their architectural exhibitions while there.
4 hide detailSnacky little joint
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has its headquarters at 66 Portland Place. Their building is home to an architectural library and bookshop, meeting rooms, a bar, restaurant, and café. The RIBA Café, as it is called, serves up breakfast and lunch, along with a host of snacks throughout the day. Samples from the menu include hot buttered crumpets, scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, coronation chicken and crispy bacon salad, and grilled cumberland sausage. A host of teas, soft drinks, and wines is also available.
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- 44 20 7637 2154
- 72 Cleveland Street
- London,EnglandW1P 5DS
This bistro in Fitzrovia is small on space. But that doesn't deter locals from crowding the terrace area of the establishment. Tasty creations, most of which deserve an encore, show up on your table. The staff try their best to make you feel at home, although it depends on who is waiting on you. Catering is available for private parties.
6 hide detailAll-in-One Fitzrovian Stop
Food lovers and gourmands flock to this food store, delicatessen, and restaurant, where racks of the finest meats, cheeses, and produce in the world are displayed and changed virtually every hour. The best of the merchandise is whimsically transformed into the restaurant's menu choices. The setting is an oversize Edwardian-style storefront north of Oxford Circus. The inside is a kind of minimalist temple dedicated to the glories of fresh produce and esoteric foodstuffs. Ingredients here change so frequently that the menu is rewritten twice a day -- during our latest visit, it proposed such perfectly crafted dishes as breast of duck with fresh spinach and a gratin of baby onions; and pan-fried turbot with deep-fried celery, artichoke hearts, and hollandaise sauce.
7 hide detailDedicated to Furthering Fine Art
The Rollo Contemporary Art gallery exhibits technically skilled and imaginative artists working in all mediums and traditions, from watercolor to sculpture, figurative to abstract. A trendsetter since its opening in 2005, the Rollo gallery takes pride in nurturing emerging talents as well as established names. For the best of English art, check out this forward-looking gallery.
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Red Mansion Foundation is a nonprofit organization which wishes to create an artistic dialogue between China and Great Britain. Red Mansion Foundation has exhibitions, exchange programs and publications that foster an understanding between the two cultures. Although the gallery has a noble cause, the wonderful contemporary artwork is reason enough to visit.