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The Devonshire

Picture a classic London townhouse and you'll probably have an image of The Devonshire in mind. Beautifully elegant, this Georgian gem graces a quiet street just around the corner from Paddington Station, and a short stroll from the grassy glades of Hyde Park.Step inside and you'll feel instantly relaxed, with calming neutrals and warm wood details defining the just-refurbished rooms and suites, replete with every contemporary comfort. Microwaves add convenience for guests who love staying in, together with a full amenities list and, of course, complimentary WiFi. Freshly prepared each morning, breakfast is served just across the street at The Devonshire's sister hotel, and you'll find a fitness centre here too, or an inviting bar for the less energetic. Whether a long or short stay, everything you need is here, in one of London's best locations.

* Please note that the check-in time is 2:00pm and check-out time is 12:00 noon.

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The Devonshire

1-2 Devonshire Terrace, Paddington London, W2 3DN, United Kingdom

Call us +44 (0) 20 7745 1200
Fax : +44 (0) 20 7745 1201

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Nearest Attractions

  • 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.
  • Marble Arch
    • An extremely thriving location in the heart of London, Marble Arch offers numerous diversions for everyone... casinos, galleries, concert hall, department stores, museums, synagogues and more.

    • The Shaftesbury Hotels Collection offers a variety of properties ranging from suites, family to deluxe accommodations close to the Marble Arch area. For your benefit, we have drawn up our selected list of the key tourist attractions that you can check out while you enjoy a lush stay with us.

    • Marble Arch originally referred to the Carrara-marble monument built at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane and Edgware Road, almost directly opposite to the Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park. Built in 1828 by John Nash as the chief entrance to Buckingham Palace, traditionally, only members of the royal family, the King's Troop and the Royal Horse Artillery were allowed to pass through the arch.

    • Oxford Street is a SHOPPER'S PARADISE! Home to major department stores, numerous flagship stores as wells hundred other smaller shops, it is Europe's busiest streets.

    • If you can fight your way through the crowd, you can also splurge in some of the best High Street fashion that Oxford Street offers at the numerous stylish but inexpensive outlets.

    • Often referred to as 'Little America' by Londoners, Grosvenor Square is a large garden square in the Mayfair district worth a visit for its highly-fashionable residential quarters.

    • Boasting the capital's most exclusive shops, hotels, restaurants and clubs, Mayfair also contains the Burlington Arcade, which houses several shops under its glass-roofed promenade since 1815.

    • Boasting of 1 hectare of garden, Portman Square makes up the largest garden squares in the Marleybrone area near to Marble Arch.

    • A major thoroughfare that begins from Marble Arch in central London to the outskirts of north London, Edgware Road offers the best Lebanese cuisines to suit all budget.

    • And if you don't want to miss on Hollywood action, treat yourself to the Odeon Marble Arch located on Edgware Road.

    • Wigmore Hall well-known as an international venue for chamber music, especially classical recitals of piano, songs and instrumental music, is a few minutes' walk from our Marble Arch properties.

    • 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.

    • Apart from the 2 Marble Arch properties, all our other properties are located within no more than 10 minutes train/bus journey to the Marble Arch tube station.
  • Queensway
    • Formerly known as Queen's Road, Queensway is a bustling cosmopolitan street in the Bayswater district of west London. Of late, it has become a key hub for the entertainment and leisure industry of London.

    • Understanding our customer's needs, the Shaftesbury Hotels Collection has developed a few fine accommodations in the Queensway area so that you can have a gala time experiencing our hospitality while exploring London.

    • We have drawn up a few must-see attractions in Queensway to help you plan your stay better and make the most of your time here in London.

    • London's biggest ice rink - The Queen's Ice and Bowl is literally 2-minutes walk from all 3 of our Bayswater accommodation. Offering a number of indoor activities like skating, bowling, arcade games, karaoke and even a venue for parties, it's a great place to hang out with friends and family, especially children.

    • You can also have a sit down meal or fast food and drinks at the bar here.

    • Britain's first department store - Whitley's Shopping Centre located in Queensway is at walking distance from our Bayswater hotels. It is home to a manifold range of shops selling clothes, accessories, gifts, books and food.

    • If you're a movie buff and don't want to miss the new releases while in London, walk up to the upper floor that houses a multi-screen cinema and a variety of restaurants

    • Bayswater - With a considerable Brazilian, Arab and Greek population who have made Bayswater their home, you won't have the chance or inclination to diet while you're here. Check out the huge variety of luscious, yummy cuisines that are available at every nook and corner of Bayswater.

    • What's more, if you get tired of the Arab and Mediterranean cookery, you can go Chinese or even Indian.

    • And after fulfilling your gastronomy desires, you can head south on Bayswater and reach Hyde Park for a long, peaceful walk through the beautiful woods to burn down those calories.

    • ALL the Shaftesbury Hotels Collection properties listed here are located within no more than

    • 15 minutes walk from Queensway. So come enjoy the thrills of London while relaxing in our elegant and comfortable accommodations
  • Paddington
    • Paddington is full of several interesting and queer places to visit. Offering a number of properties in the Paddington area, The Shaftesbury Hotels Collection has drawn up a short catalogue of the nearby tourist hotspots that you can visit while you stay with us.

    • Alexander Fleming Museum: A 7-minute walk from one of our Westbourne Terrace lodgings, and you can check out the laboratory where Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin and changed the course of history.

    • Little Venice marks the point of confluence of the Grand Union Canal and the Regent's Canal. A

    • 12-minutes walk, and you can reach one of the most idyllic and beautiful waterways in London.

    • Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Sophia located at the end of a residential street in the centre of Bayswater and the Paddington suburb, is a piece of magnificent architecture. One of the most significant buildings within the Greek Orthodox tradition in the UK, you can visit the cathedral on a lazy stroll after dinner at one of our accommodations.

    • Connaught Square and Gardens is well-known amongst celebrity watchers. For decades it has been the abode of London's rich and famous, including former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    • On a casual walk around, you can visit one of the best-known British photographers of the 20th century - Sir Cecil Beaton's House located on 223 Sussex Gardens in Paddington's quiet neighbourhood.

    • Hyde Park famous for its Speaker's Corner, the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, the Serpentine Boating Lake and best for jogging, horse-riding, rollerblading, monuments, deckchairs and ducks, is a great place for recreation with your family and friends. It is only about

    • 5-10 minutes' walk from all our Paddington lodgings.

    • Britain's first department store, Whitley's Shopping Centre located in Queensway is a short walking distance from our Paddington hotels. It is home to a manifold range of shops selling clothes, accessories gifts, books and food. And if you're craving for a good film while in London, you could pop up to the upper floor that houses a multi-screen cinema and a variety of restaurants.

    • Paddington being in the very heart of central London gives easy access to the major vistas, tourist hotspots, and the numerous eateries, pubs and clubs strewn all over the capital. Also being well-connected to the city's major transport links makes a stay at any of the listed properties super convenient! Whether you're staying in the Shaftesbury Premier London Hyde Park, Shaftesbury Metropolis London Hyde Park, or our other Paddington accommodations, the Paddington tube-station is less than 10-minutes walk.
  • Notting Hill
    • Frequented by tourists and locals alike for its high-class restaurants, boutique shops and attractive residential areas, Notting Hill is an affluent and fashionable area of west London.

    • A visit here during the two-day Notting Hill Carnival in the month of August is definitely a treat!

    • With a small bunch of our fine accommodations located in Notting Hill and its surrounding areas in Queensway and Bayswater, The Shaftesbury Hotels Collection recommends a few, unique leisure and entertainment stops at walking distance, showcasing both the 'high-brow' reputation as well as the 'alternative' culture of Notting Hill.

    • The only art gallery in the country featuring contemporary British female artists, the Beverley Knowles Fine Art is definitely worth a visit.

    • Best for its underground eclectic music, none can beat the Notting Hill Arts Club, the trend leader in the London club scene.

    • Checking out Notting Hill's Gate Theatre, one of the best fringe theatres in London would be an amusing excursion.

    • Hosting one of the worlds' most famous street markets – Portobello Market, Portobello Road is popular among Londoners and tourists due to its very cosmopolitan and energetic atmosphere and an array of pubs.

    • If you are an antique collector or like second hand goods, a visit to the Market is a MUST.

    • London's biggest ice rink – the Queen's Ice and Bowl is a great place to hang out with friends and family, especially children. Offering a number of indoor activities like skating, bowling, arcade games, karaoke, and even venue for parties, you can also have a sit down meal or fast food and drinks at the bar here.

    • Britain's first department store – Whitley's Shopping Centre located in Queensway is home to a manifold range of shops selling clothes, accessories, gifts, books and food. For films, walk up to the upper floor that houses a multi-screen cinema and a variety of restaurants.

    • Bayswater provides a huge variety of delicious, lip-smacking cuisines thanks to the sizeable number of Brazilian, Arab and Greek population in the area.

    • Chinese and Indian eateries are also readily available.

    • And not to be missed is Hyde Park to the south of Bayswater where you can walk through the beautiful woods to burn down those calories.
  • Paddington Railway Station
    One of the first underground rail services in London, London Paddington has since grown to become to one of the biggest commercial and tourist hubs of the city. A short walk away from our hotels, the station offers services to various destinations.
  • Hyde Park
    The Hyde Park area boasts of a number of tourist attractions, including the serpentine solar shuttle- a scenic cruise on the serpentine lake, which cuts across the picturesque Hyde Park.
  • Portobello Market
    Address: Portobello Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W11 1LU. Taking place every Saturday. Nearest Underground Stations: Notting Hill Gate and Ladbroke Grove 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 Stations.
  • Madame Tussauds
    Address: Marylebone Road, Westminster, London, NW1 5LR. Telephone: 087 400 3000 Nearest Underground Stations: Baker Street Tube and Regents Park Tube Stations.
  • British Museum
    Address: Great Russell Street, Camden, London, WC1B 3DG Telephone: 020 7323 8000 Nearest Underground Stations: Tottenham Court Road and Russell Square Tube Stations.
  • China Town
    Address: Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus Tube Stations.
  • Trafalgar Square
    Address: Gerrard Street, Westminster, London, W1D 6JN. Nearest Underground Stations: Leicester Square and Charing Cross Tube Stations.
  • House of Parliament
    Address: Westminster, St Margaret Street, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA. Nearest Underground Stations: Westminster Tube Station and St Jamess Park Tube Station.
  • The National Gallery
    Address: Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Telephone: 020 7747 2885 . Nearest Underground Stations: Charing Cross Tube, Leicester Square abd Embankment.
  • Millenium Dome
    Dome Address: Drawdock Road, London, SE10 0AX. Telephone: 020 8463 2000. Nearest Underground Stations: North Greenwich Tube and Canning Town Tube Station
  • London Eye
    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 Dungeon
    Address: 28/34 Tooley Street, London SE1 2SZ. Telephone: 020 7403 7221. Nearest Underground Station is London Bridge.
  • Royal Albert Hall
    Address: Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP. Telephone: 020 7589 3203. Nearest underground Station is South Kensington.
  • 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.
  • London Zoo
    Address: Outer Circle, Regents Park, London, NW1 4RY. Telephone: 020 7722 3333. Nearest Underground Stations: Camden Town, Baker Street Station, Regents Park Tube Stations.
  • 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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