Thank you for considering the Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel. We are pleased to give you some information about our Hotel that you may find useful when planning your visit to London.
Immerse yourself in a refreshing and inviting guest experience at Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel that is truly reflective of the local neighbourhood. An urban oasis of luxury and tranquillity, the Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel is so much more than a place to stay, it’s part of the neighbourhood.
Step into the most exclusive of quintessentially London Victorian mansions reimagined and reinvented as a luxury boutique hotel with English charm for a truly memorable stay in London.
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At Paddington, Heathrow Express uses dedicated platforms 6 and 7. There are multiple stops at Heathrow: Heathrow Central, serving Terminals 1, 2 and 3 (journey time from Paddington 15 minutes); and Heathrow Terminal 5 (journey time 21 minutes).
From Paddington, the first train each day is at 05:10 (Sundays 06:25). The last train is at 23:25. Average journey time between Heathrow (Terminals 2 and 3) and Paddington is 15 minutes. Terminal 5, 21 minutes and Terminal 4, 27 minutes.
Paddington Station is at the heart of London’s West End and has excellent connections to the rest of the city by taxi, bus or London Underground (District, Circle and Hammersmith and City lines).
The station is a short walk from Bayswater shopping centre, Hyde Park and Little Venice. The area is home to some renowned hotels, including the Indigo Paddington and Mercure Paddington, as well as plenty of trendy restaurants and bars.
Mercure London Hyde Park is just 300 meters away from Paddington station tucked away in a peaceful and lush garden square. It's just 2 minutes walk from the Paddington station.
We offer all guests staying at Mercure London Hyde Park Hotel;