Edward Lear Hotel, London, United Kingdom

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A very Central London location, perfect for visitors. Almost on Oxford Street, London’s main shopping street, and with Hyde Park just a 5-minute walk away. Within easy walking distance of the West End theatres and sights. The hotel is a former town-house typical of those once occupied by London’s wealthy elite and is the former home of the famous Victorian artist Edward Lear who once taught Queen Victoria. He’s now most famous, however, for writing “nonsense verse” and his best-known poem is “The Owl and the Pussycat”. The prices quoted include a full English breakfast (eat as much as you want) and tax. Each room has free satellite film and sports channels, tea/coffee, direct-dial phone, etc. As an extra benefit for guests the hotel now has a computer in one of the guest lounges with FREE email access for guests to keep in touch with friends and family while away from home.

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Owners: Peter Evans
Open Since: 1979
We Accept: Mastercard, Visa and American Express
Price Range: Check with owner as prices may vary
Travel Agent Commission Offered: 10

No. of Rooms With Private Bath: 11
No. of Rooms With Shared Bath: 20

Location: In city

Amenities: Telephone in room, Television in room, Television in parlor, Full breakfast and Discounts/specials available

Memberships: (* = organization inspected the inn, + = organization is PAAAC approved) * English Tourist Board, Frommer's, * Fodors, * Royal Automobile Club, * Les Routiers

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Edward Lear Hotel Contact Information

Seymour St., Marble Arch
London W1H 7JB
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7402 5401
FAX: +44 (0)20 7706 3766
edwardlear [at] aol.com

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1 stars (4 ratings)