Every year, a few of our friends from England will visit Sabah. Just recently, a couple flew over to spend Chinese New Year in Kota Kinabalu. It was only naturally that we talked about taking a holiday in London, England and discussed which Central London Hotel to stay in.
I am told one of the best Central London Hotel to stay at is Hyde Park Corus Hotel. If you wanted luxury service and a hotel near Hyde Park, this would be an ideal choice. It is in an ideal location if you are in Central London on a holiday for the first time. It is also ideal for weekend breaks in London, for business meetings, company events or as a Central London wedding venue.
Hyde Park – Central London Hotel
A visit to their website reviews that it is one of the finest Central London hotels near Hype Park, with 390 rooms, two restaurants and several meeting rooms. With complimentary wireless high speed internet access, free breakfast and a fitness studio. The choice of rooms are Standard rooms and Executive suites, with all the modern amenities and comfort of a luxury hotel.
It is a short distance from the shops of Oxford Street, Knightsbridge and West End, moments away from leisure and entertainment.
Corus Hotels operates a range of hotels and wedding reception venues throughout the UK including a Buckinghamshire hotel, Lake Windermere hotels, amongst other hotels. Corus Hotels operates 10 hotels in the UK, and a further 2 hotels in Malaysia.
Bel Canto Restaurant, Hyde Park
Bel Canto Restaurant takes fine dining to a new level with opera performances. Imagine a restaurant where the waiting staff are all trained opera singers. How come we have got nothing like this in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah?
Online booking for Hyde Park Central London Hotel is available.
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