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Time Out says

Housed in an imposingly sited white mansion, the Colonnade has been lushly done up in interior-designer traditional – lots of swagged curtains, deep opulent colours, luxurious fabrics and careful arrangements of smoothly upholstered furniture.

Some of the larger high-ceilinged rooms have had mezzanine floors added. Guests breakfast in a subterranean tapas bar. The bar is beneath a front-of-hotel terrace that makes a good spot for lingering with a glass of wine on warm evenings.

Colonnade says
Close to Paddington Station lies the Colonnade hotel, offering an exceptional experience. This charming hotel offers historical significance as the birthplace of Alan Turing. Guests can enjoy comfortable rooms, free wi-fi connection, alfresco dining on the terrace and excellent afternoon tea.



Address: 2 Warrington Crescent
W9 1ER
Cross street: Little Venice
Transport: Tube: Warwick Avenue tube
Price: Rates £168-£258 double
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