“Set in Little Venice, with its canals and bridges, the Colonnade manages to overcome the trappings of a large hotel to provide a private and very welcoming place to stay. Guests are, more often than not, greeted by Minnie the hotel cat, who will sit purring in their arms while the receptionist checks them in. There's a homely sitting room with coal fire, while rooms and suites are smartly done out, many with four posters. Alan Turing, who solved the Enigma Code, was born here, and Sigmund Freud stayed here.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
“From the sweetest smelling flowers in the lobby to the temptingly plumped sofas in the lounge, it's the attention to detail that makes The Colonnade in Little Venice distinctively different.
The Colonnade is a favoured boutique hotel in Paddington London, situated on a tree-lined, quiet street 5 minutes from the station. Warwick Avenue tube is also on your doorstep for instant access to London’s West End.”