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The Piccadilly

The Piccadilly

The Piccadilly

Not far from the watchful eye of Eros, the statue poised above Piccadilly Circus, this boutique stay in a graceful beaux arts building couldn’t be more central. On the doorstep; bohemian Soho, bustling Chinatown, the grand sweep of Regent Street and the best of the West End’s theatres. The Piccadilly by contrast is a peaceful sanctuary, from its beautifully designed bedrooms to its discreet spa and fitness room, and there’s a cosy bar and restaurant ideal for pre-theatre dinner.

  • +44 (0) 20 7871 6000
  • 65-73 Shaftesbury Avenue Piccadilly London, W1D 6EX, UK
  • Check-in: 2:00pm Check-out: 12:00pm

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  • - Climate control
  • - Climate control air conditioning
  • - Electronic safe
  • - Under floor bathroom heating
  • - In-room honesty bar
  • - Telephone
  • - Iron and ironing board
  • - Handy smartphone
  • - Freeview channels
  • - European, USA & UK plug adapters
  • - Pillow Menu
  • - Complimentary Broadband Internet access
  • - Nespresso coffee machine & Jing tea
  • - Elemis toiletries
  • - Hairdryer
  • - Ensuite bath/shower
  • - Electronic door locks
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In the hotel

  • - Complimentary Wi-Fi in all public areas
  • - Laundry, pressing & dry cleaning facilities
  • - 24 hour CCTV in all public areas
  • - Smoke Detectors and Fire Alarm System
  • - Exclusive gym for residents only
  • - Concierge & reception availabe 24 hours
  • - Luggage room facilities
  • - Boutique spa
  • - Air Conditioned rooms and public areas
  • - Strictly non smoking hotel
  • - Complimentary newspapers available
  • - Multilingual staff
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  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in all public areas
  • Laundry, pressing & dry cleaning facilities
  • 24 hour CCTV in all public areas
  • Smoke Detectors and Fire Alarm System
  • Exclusive gym for residents only
  • Concierge & reception availabe 24 hours
  • Luggage room facilities
  • Boutique spa
  • Air Conditioned rooms and public areas
  • Strictly non smoking hotel
  • Complimentary newspapers available
  • Multilingual staff
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Going out Explore the neighbourhood

  • Piccadilly Circus

    The heart of London lies in Piccadilly Circus. Five major roads converge here making it a hub of incessant activity and entertainment all day and night. Check out this Shaftesbury Hotels Collection guide to the most favourite sites in Piccadilly.

    With a late night bar, the Planet Hollywood restaurant provides an interactive Hollywood style experience with large plasma screens and DJs pelting out Hollywood numbers.

    Holding 3 Royal Warrants and a reputation of attracting high-profile authors, Hatchards is the oldest in London and the second-oldest bookshop in the UK. With two other branches in Japan, Fortnum and Mason is internationally recognised as a British icon of luxury goods.

    A visit to the prestigious, world-famous Royal Academy of Arts based in Burlington House is a MUST.

    Simpsons of Piccadilly started as a quality clothing store for men in 1935-36. Notable for the 42-foot span of its wielded steel framing that produced one of the most elegant shop interiors, it was one of the first shops in Britain to have a curved-glass facade.

    Second only to the Oscars, the British Academy of Film and Television Art or BAFTA headquarter displays private and sometimes public screenings of films.

    Only the fourth of its kind in the world, the Absolute Ice Bar is worth your time and money. Made entirely of ice and maintained constantly at -5 degree Celsius, the bar allows its visitors to sample food on ice platters and Absolut cocktails.

    4 St. James Place, one of the side streets in Piccadilly had served as the London residence of one of the greatest classical composers - Chopin.

    Organising regular public lectures and seminars by Lamas and scholars, including workshops based on Tibetan music, dance and language, you can learn a lot about Tibet at The Tibet Foundation.

    Undoubtedly the most influential names in the world of physics, you can visit Sir Isaac Newton's house located on 23 Jermyn Street. Notable for the steepest balcony theatres in London, it is worth checking out the current screenings at the Apollo Theatre.

    For a slice of history, visit Napoleon III's House at 7 King Street on St. James Square.

    The only area of London licensed for street entertainment, Covent Garden attracts performers from all over the world. Famous for its fashionable boutiques, bars, restaurants, theaters and the Royal Opera House, it's walking distance from our Piccadilly property.

    And after all the roaming about if your heart cries out for some wantons, you could hit China Town.

    The Piccadilly London West End is ideally located in the core of Piccadilly and walking distance to all the tourist hubs. The other properties listed here are located within no more than 15-minutes train/bus journey to Piccadilly Circus station.

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  • Oxford Street

    The all famous Oxford Street is walking distance from all our central London properties. Follow this Shaftesbury Hotels Collection guide for an awesome time in Europe's busiest centres.

    Home to major department stores, numerous flagship stores as wells numerous smaller shops, Oxford Street - is a SHOPPER'S PARADISE! Most British chain stores use their Oxford Street branches for celebrity launches and promotions.

    Specialising in High Street Fashion, it is also a great place for stylish but inexpensive outfits and accessories.

    Very close to Oxford Street is the Arts Gallery. Opened in 1993, this exceptional Gallery is located within the headquarters of the University of Arts and has hosted some of the most prestigious exhibitions in the locality.

    Having hosted many eminent productions since its inception in 1910, The London Palladium has a capacity of over 2200 spectators. So why not entertain yourself with the many exciting theatricals playing, especially if you're here with your children!

    With a regular string of music events, especially the weekly Thursday live recitals by young and upcoming talent from all major music colleges in London, Handel House Museum is worth a trip. A small museum, it celebrates the life and music by the great composer George Fredric Handel.

    Much like other streets in the area, Regent Street was designed by John Nash, who had also planned the Marble Arch. Apart from the striking architecture; Regent Street is famous for an array of shops, especially the world-famous toystore, Hamleys and the quaint department store Liberty, erected in 1875. Today Liberty epitomises the highest level of women's fashion.

    Infamous for its red light district and famous as the first jazz venues of UK, a walk around the multi-cultural Soho district is not to be missed.

    Since London is incomplete without a visit to its famed Hyde Park, why not visit this Royal Park to cool off your heels after the shopping madness in Oxford Street.

    From our Marble Arch accommodations, one is better off walking to Oxford Street which is a few minutes away. All our other properties are located within walking distance and less than 10-minutes bus/train journey to the Oxford Street tube stop.

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  • West End Theatres
    The West End, a popular term used to refer to the professional theatre circuit in London, and is considered to be on par with New Yorks Broadway. Located in and around the Shaftesbury Avenue (named after the philanthropist Lord Shaftesbury)
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  • China Town
    Londons famed china town is a right royal treat to those in love with Chinese cuisine. With over a 100 big and small restaurants, cuisines from all corners of china are available from Szechuan to Hakka. A short walk away from the Piccadilly Circus
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  • Covent Garden
    From street performers and craft stalls to boutiques and elegant restaurants - Covent Garden has something for everyone. A regular destination for UK\\\'s A list celebrities, this neo classical 17th century piazza represents the best of what London has
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  • Soho
    Soho epitomises what most Londoners regard as \\\'cool\\\' and \\\'hip\\\'. Located in the heart of the capital and a 5 minute walk from the Piccadilly Circus tube station, China town and Leicester square, this area of London has a rich history spanning since th
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  • Regent Street Shops
    Address: Regent Street, Westminster, London, W1B 5SJ. Nearest Underground Stations: Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.
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  • London Zoo
    Address: Outer Circle, Regent\\\'s Park, London, NW1 4RY. Telephone: 020 7722 3333. Nearest Underground Stations: Camden Town, Baker Street Station, Regents Park Tube Stations.
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  • Buckingham Palace
    Address: Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, London, SW1A 1AA. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7766 7300 Nearest Underground Stations: Victoria Tube and Green Park Tube
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  • Madame Tussauds
    Address: Marylebone Road, Westminster, London, NW1 5LR. Telephone: 087 400 3000 Nearest Underground Stations: Baker Street Tube and Regent\\\'s Park Tube
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  • British Museum
    Address: Great Russell Street, Camden, London, WC1B 3DG Telephone: 020 7323 8000 Nearest Underground Stations: Tottenham Court Road Tube and Russell Square Tube
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  • Trafalgar Square
    Address: Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Charing Cross.
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  • House of Parliament
    Address: Westminster, St Margaret Street, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA. Nearest Underground Stations: Westminster Tube Station and St James Park.
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  • Harrods Store
    Address: 87-135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London, SW1X 7XL. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7730 1234. Nearest Underground Stations: Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Sloane Square.
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  • Royal Albert Hall
    Address: Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7589 3203. Nearest underground Station is South Kensington.
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  • London Dungeon
    Address: 28/34 Tooley Street, London SE1 2SZ. Telephone: 020 7403 7221. Nearest Underground Station is London Bridge
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  • London Eye
    Address: London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB. Telephone: 0870 5000 600. Nearest Underground Stations: Waterloo and Charing Cross Tube Stations.
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  • London Trocadero
    Address: 1 Piccadilly Circus, London, W1J 0TR. Telephone: 020 7439 1719. Nearest Underground Stations: Piccadilly Circus Tube Station
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  • Tower Bridge
    Address: Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP . Telephone: 020 7403 3761. Nearest Underground Stations: Tower Hill Tube and Aldgate Tube.
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  • Piccadilly Circus

    The heart of London lies in Piccadilly Circus. Five major roads converge here making it a hub of incessant activity and entertainment all day and night. Check out this Shaftesbury Hotels Collection guide to the most favourite sites in Piccadilly.

    With a late night bar, the Planet Hollywood restaurant provides an interactive Hollywood style experience with large plasma screens and DJs pelting out Hollywood numbers.

    Holding 3 Royal Warrants and a reputation of attracting high-profile authors, Hatchards is the oldest in London and the second-oldest bookshop in the UK. With two other branches in Japan, Fortnum and Mason is internationally recognised as a British icon of luxury goods.

    A visit to the prestigious, world-famous Royal Academy of Arts based in Burlington House is a MUST.

    Simpsons of Piccadilly started as a quality clothing store for men in 1935-36. Notable for the 42-foot span of its wielded steel framing that produced one of the most elegant shop interiors, it was one of the first shops in Britain to have a curved-glass facade.

    Second only to the Oscars, the British Academy of Film and Television Art or BAFTA headquarter displays private and sometimes public screenings of films.

    Only the fourth of its kind in the world, the Absolute Ice Bar is worth your time and money. Made entirely of ice and maintained constantly at -5 degree Celsius, the bar allows its visitors to sample food on ice platters and Absolut cocktails.

    4 St. James Place, one of the side streets in Piccadilly had served as the London residence of one of the greatest classical composers - Chopin.

    Organising regular public lectures and seminars by Lamas and scholars, including workshops based on Tibetan music, dance and language, you can learn a lot about Tibet at The Tibet Foundation.

    Undoubtedly the most influential names in the world of physics, you can visit Sir Isaac Newton's house located on 23 Jermyn Street. Notable for the steepest balcony theatres in London, it is worth checking out the current screenings at the Apollo Theatre.

    For a slice of history, visit Napoleon III's House at 7 King Street on St. James Square.

    The only area of London licensed for street entertainment, Covent Garden attracts performers from all over the world. Famous for its fashionable boutiques, bars, restaurants, theaters and the Royal Opera House, it's walking distance from our Piccadilly property.

    And after all the roaming about if your heart cries out for some wantons, you could hit China Town.

    The Piccadilly London West End is ideally located in the core of Piccadilly and walking distance to all the tourist hubs. The other properties listed here are located within no more than 15-minutes train/bus journey to Piccadilly Circus station.

  •  
  • Oxford Street

    The all famous Oxford Street is walking distance from all our central London properties. Follow this Shaftesbury Hotels Collection guide for an awesome time in Europe's busiest centres.

    Home to major department stores, numerous flagship stores as wells numerous smaller shops, Oxford Street - is a SHOPPER'S PARADISE! Most British chain stores use their Oxford Street branches for celebrity launches and promotions.

    Specialising in High Street Fashion, it is also a great place for stylish but inexpensive outfits and accessories.

    Very close to Oxford Street is the Arts Gallery. Opened in 1993, this exceptional Gallery is located within the headquarters of the University of Arts and has hosted some of the most prestigious exhibitions in the locality.

    Having hosted many eminent productions since its inception in 1910, The London Palladium has a capacity of over 2200 spectators. So why not entertain yourself with the many exciting theatricals playing, especially if you're here with your children!

    With a regular string of music events, especially the weekly Thursday live recitals by young and upcoming talent from all major music colleges in London, Handel House Museum is worth a trip. A small museum, it celebrates the life and music by the great composer George Fredric Handel.

    Much like other streets in the area, Regent Street was designed by John Nash, who had also planned the Marble Arch. Apart from the striking architecture; Regent Street is famous for an array of shops, especially the world-famous toystore, Hamleys and the quaint department store Liberty, erected in 1875. Today Liberty epitomises the highest level of women's fashion.

    Infamous for its red light district and famous as the first jazz venues of UK, a walk around the multi-cultural Soho district is not to be missed.

    Since London is incomplete without a visit to its famed Hyde Park, why not visit this Royal Park to cool off your heels after the shopping madness in Oxford Street.

    From our Marble Arch accommodations, one is better off walking to Oxford Street which is a few minutes away. All our other properties are located within walking distance and less than 10-minutes bus/train journey to the Oxford Street tube stop.

  •  
  • West End Theatres
    The West End, a popular term used to refer to the professional theatre circuit in London, and is considered to be on par with New Yorks Broadway. Located in and around the Shaftesbury Avenue (named after the philanthropist Lord Shaftesbury)
  •  
  • China Town
    Londons famed china town is a right royal treat to those in love with Chinese cuisine. With over a 100 big and small restaurants, cuisines from all corners of china are available from Szechuan to Hakka. A short walk away from the Piccadilly Circus
  •  
  • Covent Garden
    From street performers and craft stalls to boutiques and elegant restaurants - Covent Garden has something for everyone. A regular destination for UK\\\'s A list celebrities, this neo classical 17th century piazza represents the best of what London has
  •  
  • Soho
    Soho epitomises what most Londoners regard as \\\'cool\\\' and \\\'hip\\\'. Located in the heart of the capital and a 5 minute walk from the Piccadilly Circus tube station, China town and Leicester square, this area of London has a rich history spanning since th
  •  
  • Regent Street Shops
    Address: Regent Street, Westminster, London, W1B 5SJ. Nearest Underground Stations: Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.
  •  
  • London Zoo
    Address: Outer Circle, Regent\\\'s Park, London, NW1 4RY. Telephone: 020 7722 3333. Nearest Underground Stations: Camden Town, Baker Street Station, Regents Park Tube Stations.
  •  
  • Buckingham Palace
    Address: Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, London, SW1A 1AA. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7766 7300 Nearest Underground Stations: Victoria Tube and Green Park Tube
  •  
  • Madame Tussauds
    Address: Marylebone Road, Westminster, London, NW1 5LR. Telephone: 087 400 3000 Nearest Underground Stations: Baker Street Tube and Regent\\\'s Park Tube
  •  
  • British Museum
    Address: Great Russell Street, Camden, London, WC1B 3DG Telephone: 020 7323 8000 Nearest Underground Stations: Tottenham Court Road Tube and Russell Square Tube
  •  
  • Trafalgar Square
    Address: Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Charing Cross.
  •  
  • House of Parliament
    Address: Westminster, St Margaret Street, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA. Nearest Underground Stations: Westminster Tube Station and St James Park.
  •  
  • Harrods Store
    Address: 87-135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London, SW1X 7XL. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7730 1234. Nearest Underground Stations: Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Sloane Square.
  •  
  • Royal Albert Hall
    Address: Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP. Telephone: +44 (0)20 7589 3203. Nearest underground Station is South Kensington.
  •  
  • London Dungeon
    Address: 28/34 Tooley Street, London SE1 2SZ. Telephone: 020 7403 7221. Nearest Underground Station is London Bridge
  •  
  • London Eye
    Address: London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB. Telephone: 0870 5000 600. Nearest Underground Stations: Waterloo and Charing Cross Tube Stations.
  •  
  • London Trocadero
    Address: 1 Piccadilly Circus, London, W1J 0TR. Telephone: 020 7439 1719. Nearest Underground Stations: Piccadilly Circus Tube Station
  •  
  • Tower Bridge
    Address: Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP . Telephone: 020 7403 3761. Nearest Underground Stations: Tower Hill Tube and Aldgate Tube.
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  • Channel Number Channel Name
    001 BBC ONE
    002 BBC TWO
    003 ITV
    004 CHANNEL 4
    005 CHANNEL 5
    006 TIV2
    007 BBC THREE
    008 LONDON LIVE
    009 BBC FOUR
    010 ITV3
    011 PICK
    012 DAVE
    013 CHANNEL4+1
    014 MORE4
    015 FILM 4
    016 QVC
    017 REALLY
    018 4MUSIC
    019 YESTERDAY
    020 DRAMA
    021 VIVA
    022 IDEALWORLD
    024 ITV4
    025 DAVE JA VU
    026 ITV BE
    027 ITV2 +1
    028 E4
    029 E4 +1
    020 5 STAR
    031 5 USA
    032 MOVIE MIX
    033 ITV +1
    034 ITV3 +1
    035 QVC BEAUTY
    036 CREATE & CRAFT
    037 QUEST
    038 QUEST +1
    039 THE STORE
    040 ROCK&CO 1
    041 FOOD NETWORK
    042 TRAVEL CHANNEL
    043 GEMS TV
    044 CHANNEL5 +1
    045 FILM4 +1
    046 CHALLENGE
    047 4SEVEN
    048 MOVIES4MEN
    049 JEWELLERY CHANNEL
    055 CHANNEL 5 +24
    057 QVC EXTRA
    058 BT SPORT 1
    059 BT SPORT 2
    061 TRUE ENTERTAINMENT
    062 ITV4+1
    063 COMMUNITY
    064 CBS ACTION
    065 TBN UK
    066 CBS REALITY
    068 TRU TV
    069 TRUTV+1
    070 HORROR CHANNEL
    071 MOTORS TV
    072 ITVBE+1
    073 DAYSTAR
    075 BT SHOWCASE
    101 BBC1 HD
    102 BBC2 HD
    103 ITV HD
    104 CHANNEL 4 HD
    105 BBC 3 HD
    106 BBC 4 HD
    107 BBC NEWS HD
    108 AL JAZEERA ENG HD
    110 CHANNEL 4+1 HD
    111 4SEVEN HD
    120 CBBC
    121 CBeebies
    122 CITV
    123 CBBC HD
    124 CBeebies HD
    125 POP
    126 TINY POP
    130 BBC NEWS
    131 BBC PARLIAMENT
    132 SKY NEWS
    133 AL JAZEERA ENG
    134 AL JAZEERA ARABIC
    135 RT
    136 ARISE NEWS

    Radio

    700 BBC RADIO1
    701 BBC R1X
    702 BBC RADIO 2
    703 BBC RADIO 3
    704 BBC RADIO 4
    705 BBCR5L
    706 BBC R5SX
    707 BBC 6 MUSIC
    708 BBC RADIO 4EX
    709 BBC ASIA NET
    710 BBC WORLD SV
    711 THE HITS RADIO
    712 KISS FRESH
    713 KISS
    714 KISSTORY
    715 MAGIC
    716 HEAT
    717 KERRANG
    718 SMOOTH RADIO
    721 BBC LONDON
    723 TALK SPORT
    724 CAPITAL FM
    725 PREMIER RADIO
    727 ABSOLUTE RADIO
    728 HEART
    730 INSIGHT RADIO
    731 CLASSIC FM
    732 LBC
    733 TRANS WORLD RADIO
    790 COMMUNITY
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