The Pavilion is a groovy 30 room hotel in central London targeted at a discerning, artistically minded clientele. Rooms are themed to project a funky and glamorous image. "Honky Tonky Afro" is a tribute to the 1970's while "Casablanca Nights" is a deco inspired Moorish fantasy. Located near Oxford Str and Hyde park, Harpers and Queen magazine described the Pavilion as "London's chicest little Hotel". According to the Evening Standard newspaper it is "London's hottest crash pad for style slaves in W2." The hotel is just a few minutes walk from Padington Station and is accessible direct from Heathrow Airport via the new fast train service and from Waterloo Station (home of Eurostar). Rooms are crammed with quirky eccentricities and benefit from having all the necessities of modern day living such as en suite facilities, direct dial telephones and satellite television.