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The Bailey's Hotel London

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A four-star hotel located in a nineteenth-century townhouse on Gloucester Road, The Bailey's is from Millennium Hotels – a group with hotels across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and New Zealand. This one's a stylish example of their London outposts. 

The 212 rooms here go all the way up to the signature suite, which comes with its own private staircase, but even the standard rooms look like lovely places to rest heads. That might come in handy if you've done a day's shopping in Knightsbridge or visited the Museum District, both nearby. 

Olives Restaurant, Olives Bar and Bombay Brasserie are the hotel's in-house eating and drinking spots. 

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