Directions

Situated just a few minutes from Paddington Station, the Mercure London Paddington Hotel has excellent transport links that whisk you straight to mythical London sights like Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. All London’s famed museums, art galleries and shops are accessible from our centrally located establishment. But you can also easily walk to Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Marble Arch, or to Notting Hill Gate and Kensington.



By Air (London Heathrow):

By Heathrow Express Train: direct high-speed trains run between Heathrow Airport (all terminals) to Paddington Station. Trains depart every 15 minutes and journey time is 15 minutes



By Rail (Paris, Brussels):

The terminal for Eurostar trains from continental Europe has been moved to St. Pancras International. From London St. Pancras walk through to St. Pancras mainline station and take the Underground (Hammersmith & City line) to Paddington. Exit onto Praed Street and you will see Garfunkel’s Restaurant across the road, which forms a part of the hotel. Cross the road and walk along Praed Street, past Garfunkel’s Restaurant and the Paddington hotel entrance is immediately on your left. (1 minute walk) Alternatively, take a taxi to the Paddington hotel – cost around £12.00, depending on traffic



By Road:

Take the M40 (becomes the A40M) into central London and exit just before the flyover following the sign to the “West End”. At the lights turn right into Edgware Road. At the first set of lights turn left and then take your second right. Follow this road to the end and turn right. Go straight over the traffic light junction onto Sussex Gardens and follow this through a further set of lights, turning right into Norfolk Place. At the top of Norfolk Place turn left into Praed Street and the Paddington hotel is on your right immediately after the Post office and before Paddington Station.