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Quality Crown Hotel Paddington Re-Opens

The Quality Crown Hotel Paddington will have an entirely new look in July when it reopens after a major £2.5m refurbishment. The hotel has been newly branded a Quality Hotel, and is now part of the Choice Hotels Europe portfolio.

The Quality Crown Hotel Paddington now represents outstanding value for a location right next to London’s Paddington Station, which offers the fastest access to London’s Heathrow Airport via the Heathrow Express. The rest of central London is easily reached by Paddington’s four tube lines and several bus routes, all just one minute away.  Paddington Development Area, including Paddington Basin, is behind the hotel.

The hotel has been re-designed to give it a light and contemporary feel. All 85 bedrooms feature state of the art over-sized power showers, individually controlled air conditioning and heating, large flat screen fully interactive TV’s and wired and Wi-Fi high speed internet access.  All except one floor of bedrooms will be non-smoking.

Windows have soundproofed glazing. Bedroom sizes have been increased and beds all have duvets and throws with a panelled bedhead. The range of rooms includes Contemporary Doubles and Twins, Superior Kings and Executive Kings and Twins.

Garfunkel’s Restaurant at Quality Crown Hotel Paddington has been fully re-furbished to a new style and standard, which mirror’s the hotel’s contemporary lifestyle atmosphere. The Gallery Lounge and bar, featuring works of local artists, offers Sky Sports on its large flat screen TV.


In addition the Quality Crown Hotel Paddington features a Fitness Centre where guests can work out on brand new equipment. Business clients can also make use of its several boardroom style meeting rooms.

The hotel is now bookable online through for arrivals from mid-July.  Malcolm Linforth-Jones, Director of Operations said: “We are delighted with the hotel’s totally new look and I am looking forward to welcoming customers to sample an entirely new hospitality experience in the Paddington area.”