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Convenient hotel with restaurant in London's West End In buzzing Soho In London's vibrant Soho district, Best Western Premier Shaftesbury London Piccadilly is surrounded by cafés, restaurants, and nightlife. You will also be within a 10-minute walk of world-class cultural institutions like the Royal Academy of Arts and the National Gallery. Near Piccadilly Circus The iconic sights of Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square are both within a 10-minute walk of the hotel. For evening entertainment, choices include opera or ballet at the Royal Opera House, plays and musicals at the many theaters of the West End - all within 10 minutes on foot. Free WiFi in public areas After a busy day's sightseeing, you can unwind with a drink or a meal at the restaurant and bar, or simply catch up with your emails in the lounge - WiFi is free in public areas. If you like to keep up with your fitness routine, you can work up a sweat in the fitness room. Free Internet and coffee All 67 smoke-free guestrooms are decorated with brightly colored fabrics and come with free wired Internet access. You can relax in front of the flat-screen TV with premium channels, and brew yourself a pick-me-up using the coffeemaker.
Overall Guest Score
"Terrific location." "Great location"
85% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
97% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Great service." "Friendly staff"
96% found the staff to be very friendly.
71% said the reception staff was great.
"Hotel is great." "Great hotel" "Good deal on this hotel"
"Internet is average." "Free wi-fi" "Good wifi"
"Rooms are ok." "Room was clean" "Room was very small"
For only 51%, the bathroom was ok.
51% thought they were poorly maintained.
"Food is average." "Decent size lobby/restaurant"
51% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
The price was ok for 51%.
"Building is not very nice." "Lift was very slow and creaky"