Tudor Court Hotel London - Shopping - Museums - Sight-seeing - Tourist Trips - Clubs - Theatres & Shows . . . and so much more!
Built originally in the 1850's, this elegant Victorian listed building is ideally situated within a minute's walk from Paddington Station (Mainline - Heathrow Express and Underground routes), delivering you into the heart of the capital where you will find some of the most famous restaurants, theatres, art galleries, museums, historic buildings and shopping centres. Tudor Court looks onto a picturesque, landscaped square, just a few minutes walk from the relaxing atmosphere of Hyde Park and the Serpentine.
Tudor Court Hotel is owner managed with dedicated staff providing a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, and who are more than willing to assist in organising sight seeing tours of London and the surrounding counties, taxi facilities and car hire. In addition we offer a fax service, maps and information on all tourist attractions. We aim to offer our guests excellent value for money and caring personal attention, a policy which has been well rewarded by loyal guests from the UK and abroad who have chosen Tudor Court as their home from home.
The very pleasant and quiet Norfolk Square Garden provides a most enviable atmosphere of calmness and tranquillity, so one can enjoy a pleasant and peaceful stay normally associated with hotels in the countryside right in the middle of the bustle of London.
Our 36 bedrooms are tastefully decorated, offering a clean, warm and comforting environment. Accomodation consists of single, double and family size rooms, some with en suite facilities. All bedrooms are equipped with satellite colour television and hair dryers and irons are available from reception on request.
When you stay at the Tudor Court Hotel you will have easy access to all the famous attractions of London. Madame Tussaud's and Baker Street (the home of Sherlock Holmes) are only two tube stops away. You may wish to hire a rowing boat on the Serpentine to while away a lazy summer's afternoon, and many will undoubtedly wish to see Kensington Palace, the former London home of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Each morning our excellent English Breakfast is served in our cosy dining room, allowing our guests to be refreshed before starting out for their day.
*** Winter Special ***
Stay 4 nights pay for only 3 nights
valid until 28 February 2005
*** Long stay special ***
10% discount for any bookings over 7 nights
Please quote the special offer when booking. Credit Card Booking can be made, using our website - Click "Website" above.
All prices are inclusive of VAT, full English breakfast, colour television, direct dial telephones and all en suite/rooms with shower have customer safes.
Tudor Court Hotel is LOCATED near to HYDE PARK in the Heart of London.
We are one minute's walk from Paddington Station. From Praed Street turn south into London Street. Turn left into Norfolk Square and Tudor Court is on the left.
From London Heathrow Airport:
Terminals 1,2,3 or 4:
By London Underground - take the Piccadilly Line to earls Court, then change to the District Line (Northbound) to Paddington
By Bus - take the A2 bus from Heathrow to Lancaster Gate
By Rail - take the Heathrow Express to Paddington. Journey time approximately 15 minutes.
From London Gatwick Airport:
By Train - take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Station, then change to the Circle Line to Paddington or take a taxi to Tudor Court.
From Stansted Airport:
By Train - take the train from the Airport to Liverpool Street Station then to the Circle line to Paddington or take a taxi.
Waterloo International Station (Eurostar arrivals):
From Waterloo take the underground Bakerloo line northbound direct to Paddington Station
Excellent routes to Central London are provided from all parts of the UK via the motorway system, especially the M1 and A1(M) from the Midlands and the North, the M3, M4 and M40 from the West and the M2 from the South East coast, all linking in to the M25 London orbital motorway.
Car Parking facilities: There is pay and display parking around the square and free parking from 1pm on Saturdays to 8.30am on Monday; and on weekdays after 6.30pm until 8.30am the following morning. Further parking is available in various car parks proximate to the hotel.
Whether your interests are in the arts or shopping, architecture or royal pageantry, history or simply sightseeing, London is bound to offer enough to fill up your days or weeks.