London Lancaster with Elysee

What is my favorite part of the city? The west of London – from Oxford Street, Lancaster, Notting Hill to the whole magnicifent area of Kensington (click here). I got really excited about the opportunity to explore Lancaster and Paddington with Elysee Hotel this Spring.

Thinking of staying in the middle of the city, but in a lovely and peaceful area? Lancaster should be your choice!

For the luxurious experience you should go for Lancaster Gate Hotel. It is an iconic building, behind the Lancaster Gate Station.

For the cosy opportunity, I would recommend to book Elysee Hotel London.

What are the benefits of staying at Elysee?

Elysee Hotel is an adorable place in the heart of Lancaster, literally 2 minutes walk from Lancaster Gate, and around 8 minutes from Paddington (easily accessible from all airports). I have fallen  in love with the overall look of the outside area – what a lovely French-inspired architecture!

The location is perfect for the ones seeking for shopping destination, Hyde Park, museum-tour, city centre sightseeing and plans to explore Oxford.

The main reason for staying at Elysee Hotel should be the ability to experience London by walking. This is what I do to all my friends visiting the city – THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO EXPERIENCE LONDON, I am telling you 🙂 I especially love to stroll around the west of London, so I measured my desired destinations myself. Thinking of the expenses in London – public transport generates the majority of cost (you can check all the fares —>here). I tend to say it is essential to take on the most popular red bus route while visiting London, but travelling on a tube is a waste of time (when a short distance). Living in Elysee Hotel is not only super convenient, would save you some money, but helps you to stay healthy!


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Staying at Elysee means:

  • 15 minutes walking to Oxford Circus
  • 20 minutes walking to Harrods
  • Hyde Park Serpentine Lake less than 5 minutes walking
  • 25 minutes walking to 3 main museums : V&A, Science Musem and National History Museum
  • there are trains to Oxford leaving from Paddington Station ( frequently –> check here) – it takes around an hour, which is super convenient
  • there is a nice walk through the famous and beautiful Hyde Park to get to Buckingham Palace/ St James’s Park/ Green Park (30 minutes)




Get Inspired

Top – Zara, get similar version from here

Skirt – get similar here

Sandals – get similar here

Bag – get similar from here

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Pictures taken at Rumpus Room London

Post created in collaboration with Elysee Hotel

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