The TUDOR COURT HOTEL, London


ABOUT OUR HOTEL
Built originally in the 1850’s (built originally as a private square housing some of London’s nobility), this elegant Victorian listed building is ideally situated a minutes walk from Paddington station (Mainline – feeding Heathrow Express, Heathrow Connect and underground routes), delivering you into the heart of the capital where you will find some of the most famous restaurants, theatres, art galleries, museums, historical buildings and shopping centres that a world renown city has to offer. Tudor Court Hotel looks onto a picturesque, landscaped garden square, just a few minutes walk from the relaxing atmosphere of Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and Serpentine.

Tudor Court is owner managed with dedicated staff providing a welcoming and friendly atmostphere and who are more than wiling to assist in organising sight seeing tours of London and the surrounding counties, taxi facilities and car hire. In addition we offer a fax service, maps and information on all tourist attractions.

We aim to offer our guests excellent value for money and caring personal attention, a policy which has been well rewarded by loyal guests from the UK and abroad who have chosen Tudor Court Hotel as their home from home.

The very pleasant and quiet Norfolk Square garden provides a most enviable atmosphere of calmness and tranquillity, so one can enjoy a pleasant and peaceful stay normally associated with hotels in the countryside right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of London.

We are one minute’s walk from Paddington Station. From Paddington Station. From Praed’s Street turn south into London Street. Turn left into Norfolk Square and Tudor Court Hotel is on the left.

When you stay at Tudor Court Hotel you will have easy access to all the famous attractions of London. Madame Tussaud’s and Baker Street (the home of Sherlock Holmes) is only two tube stops away. You may wish to hire a rowing boat on the Serpentine to while away a lazy summer’s afternoon. Many will undoubtedly wish to see Kensington Palace, the former London home of Diana, Princess of Wales.