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Directions - The Colonnade, The Little Venice Town House, London
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Rooms at The Colonnade each feature sumptuous décor where guests can relax. Luxury bathrobes and slippers provided. The Colonnade has been designed to give you the feel of a private luxury London residence with the service of a lavish hotel. So shut the door, slip off your shoes, and relax. Your room is your space, your time, your oasis.
A wide range of breakfasts are available each morning, including full English breakfasts, American-style pancakes, a variety of eggs, or a continental selection.
Warwick Avenue Tube Station is just 2 minutes’ walk away from The Colonnade and Lords Cricket Ground can be reached in 20 minutes on foot. Just a 4-minute walk, the idyllic Regents Canal has a puppet theatre, a floating art gallery and a variety of restaurants.
DirectionsView directions provided by hotel
Warwick Avenue tube on the Bakerloo line is just a 1 minute walk from the hotel. When driving from Heathrow airport take the M4 and turn off onto the M40/A40. Take the turn off on the flyover signposted 'Paddington'. After leaving the A40 at the Paddington exit you will come to a set of traffic lights. Turn left at the lights and drive straight ahead over the bridge (Paddington Station is off to your right before the bridge). You will come to another roundabout, take the first left and then immediately follow the road round to the right under the flyover and take the first available left (pedestrian crossing) down Warwick Avenue over the canal bridge until you come to another pedestrian crossing next to Warwick Avenue underground station. Drive straight over the roundabout and take the first right. The hotel is located on your left a large late 1800s white building and the entrance is left at the end of the road.
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