Four star London Overnight Break by Regent’s Park from £99 each
Stay at the four star Danubius Hotel Regents Park for £99 per night each (based on two staying), the hotel overlooks Regent’s Park and is only a 15 minute walk to Baker Street, a place made famous by Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novels.
- Accommodation for 2 in a Classic Standard Room
- Buffet breakfast
- Valid 13 Dec, 2015-10 Apr, 2016 (excludes Mon-Thu 22 Feb-24 Mar, 2016)
- £109 for a Superior Room
- £129 for an Executive Room
A six minute walk from the hotel and you are in Regent’s Park, a place that was once the favourite hunting grounds of Henry VIII and is now one of London’s finest. A 15 minute bus journey takes you to ZSL London Zoo, a boating lake and exceptional gardens.
Lord’s Cricket Ground only a five minute walk from the hotel.
A short walk and you can explore Marylebone, with its leafy streets, restaurants, chic cafés and unique boutiques. The hotel is on the 13 bus route, which takes you to Oxford Street in about 15 minutes, the West End and the theatres are around 45 minutes away.
Dine at Minsky’s Restaurant it’s the hotel’s brasserie-style restaurant where there’s a carvery buffet on Saturday evening and at Sunday lunchtime, enjoy an afternoon, served from 3-6pm daily, have a relaxing drink in the hotel bar.
There’s also a gym and a bar that screens live sports.
The deal is for a Standard Room which are the smallest room category, however, you can opt for a larger Superior Room if you would prefer more space.
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