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Indigo Hotel London Paddington London
Stylish, elegantly refreshing, this boutique hotel is only seconds from Paddington Station and the Heathrow Express. Hyde Park and Oxford Street are within easy walking distance. Hotel Indigo has a very relaxing atmosphere. learn more
Novotel London Paddington
The Large Novotel London Paddington is a 4 star New Generation hotel, located in the Paddington Central area. The hotel is easily accessible by road and a few minutes walk from Paddington Station. Ideal for business or leisure traveler. learn more
Mercure London Paddington
The Mercure London Paddington is located 10 miles from London City Airport and two miles from St. Pancras International Station. The hotel is close to Lord's Cricket Ground, British Museum, and the famous Tate Britain.learn more
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The station first opened in 1854 and has recently benefited from a major redevelopment. This includes a new customer information system, new platform surfaces and a new shopping, eating and waiting area called "The Lawn". It was originally unroofed and occupied by sidings, but was later built up to form part of the station's first pedestrian concourse. The Lawn has recently been reroofed and separated from the concourse by a glass screen wall. It is now surrounded by shops and cafes on several levels.
Today Paddington has 14 terminal platforms, numbered 1 to 14 from south-west to north-east. Platforms 1 to 8 are located below the original three spans of Brunel's 1854 train shed, while platforms 9 to 12 are located beneath the later fourth span. Platforms 13 and 14 are within the Metropolitan Railway's old Bishops Bridge station to the north-west.