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Hotel La Place
Westminster
London

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Set in a peaceful residential street, yet just 1 minute from shops and amenities, this small hotel occupies a convenient position in the heart of Marylebone Village, in London’s West End. With Baker Street Underground station just a few minutes away, all that London has to offer is easily accessible from Hotel La Place. The surroundings are home to various exclusive boutiques and wonderful restaurants, whilst a short journey will bring you to museums, galleries and famous landmarks.

To ensure a relaxing stay, the family-owned and managed Hotel La Place offers a range of facilities, including a 24-hour internet cafè, restaurant and 24-hour bar, and an efficient concierge service. The hotel also offers discounted rates to a local gym.
Since its establishment in 1988, the hotel has been owned and managed by the same family who have lived and worked in the hotel industry in several countries, including United States, Europe and Switzerland. Therefore they understand the needs and requirements of guests from different parts of the world and aim to provide all the creature comforts you would expect.

For moments of relaxation, the hotel offers a library with a choice of books and magazines.

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