How to get to the Shaftesbury Metropolis London Hyde Park by Train

The Shaftesbury Metropolis London Hyde Park is the place to experience the wondrous capital.  ‘Advance Purchase’ lets you book ahead of time so you can get the maximum experience from our special early bird rates. You can even enter the Super Sale which, for a limited time only, you can receive a 5% discount from your reservation. Otherwise, you might prefer the sound of our offer to ‘Stay 2 nights and get 10% off’, or indulge even more with the ‘Stay 3 nights and get 12% off’ deal. Whichever you choose, you want to know the best way to plan your travel.

London trainAs well as being close to the sightseeing hotspots, the Shaftesbury Metropolis London Hyde Park is conveniently situated to a number of central London stations for quick and easy connections. You can reach us from Lancaster Gate, Queensway, and Bayswater tube stations. The Metropolis London Hyde Park nearest station is Paddington Underground station – only a four minute walk from the hotel, with Edgware Road tube station five minutes away, and seven minutes to get to Lancaster Gate Underground station instead. For mainline, Overground access, it will take a mere five minutes to get to Paddington Railway station and ten minutes if Marylebone Railway station is better for your journey. The location makes it so simple to get to the Shaftesbury Metropolis London Hyde Park that you can dedicate your time to exploring as much as you can during the day, before coming back for a comfortable sleep in our contemporary designed suites.

The lavish property is right in the centre of London’s top attractions so there is plenty to see and do during your city break. Gaze at the famous, historical landmarks and popular attractions, also within walking distance. Stroll to Buckingham Palace and the House of Parliament, or even scale around the capital with a 360 degree view from the London Eye. Explore the British Museum and the National Gallery to appreciate the works of art on display, or scrutinise the celebrity waxworks at Madame Tussauds. You can shop ‘til you drop by browsing through a host of high street stores in Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street. Hyde Park is practically on your doorstep so you can wander through the Royal landscape at the height of British Summertime.

Now you know what’s going on in the area and completed your itinerary – you just need to book!

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