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Nest is a sophisticated and contemporary central London hotel located in the heart of Bayswater, a few minutes walk to Paddington Station. It is the latest boutique hotel innovation designed for those who want to experience Londonís cutting-edge culture followed by a good nightís sleep. Guests are kept connected to the creative talent thatís setting London alight, whether through its state of the art technology, its close proximity to Oxford Street or its continuously changing photographic exhibitions. Stay at Nest and gain exclusive access to the capital's contemporary arts scene through Concierge Club.The rooms in this hotel have one main aim - to ensure you have a good night's sleep. They are acoustically designed and fully-equipped with Flat Screen interactive TVs, complimentary internet access for the first hour and a media hub for your MP3 . Each bed is from the world-famous Savoir range, generously proportioned and handmade to order for those with no time to count sheep. Nest's restaurant is run by the world famous restaurateur Oliver Peyton and the vibrant bar makes for an exciting stay.Just one tube stop from Oxford Street, Nest is centrally located and serviced by 5 different tube lines. Lancaster Gate tube and Paddington station are only 0.2 miles away and Heathrow Airport a mere 15 minutes on the Heathrow Express train from Paddington. For a boutique shopping experience, try neighbouring Notting Hill and Portobello Market just 1 mile away and for a taste of A-list nightlife try Mayfair only 2 miles away. Buckingham Palace and Big Ben are 3 miles away.

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