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Paddington Hotels

Close to Hyde Park, with lots of elegant squares, gardens and terraces, Paddington is an attractive area of London that boasts some surprisingly affordable hotels. Paddington Station is one of the major National Rail and London Underground station complexes, while Paddington Basin, opened in 1801, is the terminus for the Grand Union Canal linking the cities of Birmingham and London. Today, the Paddington Basin area is nicknamed ‘Little Venice’ and is home to trendy bars, art galleries, restaurants and coffee shops. It’s also a relatively short walk eastwards from Paddington to great shopping on Oxford Street.
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As late as 1801, Paddington was a quiet leafy suburb of London with just over 300 houses. It was also the location of the infamous Tyburn Tree, where many of London’s public executions were conducted, sometimes with as many as 21 people at a time. By the mid 19th Century, Victorian London was sprawling ever outwards and Paddington was redesigned as an elegant residential area, attracting lawyers, bankers and professionals from the City. Paddington also attracted a creative community with former residents such as the poet Robert Browning, mathematician Alan Turing and the scientist Sir Alexander Fleming. These days Paddington is the home to musicians such as Seal and Elvis Costello together with actors like Alan Rickman and Emma Thomson.
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