Nestled in a leafy corner of historic Paddington on the cusp of the iconic Hyde Park, Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel is an exclusively designed boutique hotel, set in a peaceful garden square near Paddington Station. A Victorian-era building brought back to life as a boutique hotel near Hyde Park with traditional touches and the frills one would expect in a luxury boutique hotel.
The first smart hotel in the UK, Mercure London Hyde Park introduces new world-class AI technology into all guest rooms: Alexa Smart Properties for Hospitality is your personal, in-room, virtual concierge. Our voice-controlled technology helps you get instant answers to questions about property services, ask about local restaurants, order room service without lifting a finger, set wake-up calls, order taxis, play music and much more.
Our flexible ‘Pay Later’ rates mean you can cancel your booking without charge up until 2pm on the day of arrival, because we understand plans can change.
Explore the 360 degree virtual tour of our Hyde Park hotel.
Work out with state of the art equipment
Sip signature cocktails in a chic setting
Meeting rooms in Paddington for every occasion
All-day dining and room service at its best
Significant steps taken to make your stay more sustainable.
Proud certified property. You can be extra sure of a welcoming stay.
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