Hotels in Paddington
You'll feel right at home as soon as you pass through the splendid colonnade entrance of The Delmere, a fine stucco Town House Hotel, originally designed by Victorian architect Samuel Pepys Cockerell. Latrobe, who built the capitol in Washington D.C. was a pupil under Cockerell. Close to Hyde Park and Park Lane, Sussex Gardens is a delightful tree-lined avenue built to provide spacious homes for affluent Victorians, among them Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Inside The Delmere you'll find the hospitality warm and friendly, the surroundings traditional and intimate - a real home from home that thoroughly deserves its prestigious Certificate of Distinction from the British Tourist Authority.
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