Located in the heart of central London, the hotel is conveniently close to the train and bus terminals, London Convention Centre as well as the John Labatt Centre.||Constructed in 1905 and renovated in 2006, the building in which this city hotel is located was originally used for training Canadian soldiers during the two world wars. Children will be fascinated by the archival photographs, uniforms and other wartime artefacts on display throughout the hotel. With a total of 246 rooms, this fully air-conditioned hotel also offers a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a safe, a currency exchange and lifts. In addition, it features a restaurant, a bar, Internet access and conference facilities. There is also a lounge on-site offering a wide selection of draught beers and spirits along with casual pub fair. Room and laundry services are also provided as well as parking facilities and a children's playground along with a kids' club. This hotel participates in the 'Green Partnership Program'.||Premier rooms are available on request with one queen-size bed and a double sofa bed or two queen-sized beds. The hotel also offers adjoining rooms and features some rooms with patio doors overlooking the restaurant or pool and others with a private patio walk out by the pool. All rooms come with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, complimentary Internet access, individually adjustable heating and air conditioning, a safe deposit box, a small fridge, cable TV, direct dial telephone, ironing facilities as well as tea and coffee making facilities.||On offer are a heated indoor swimming pool, children's pools, sun loungers, a gym, hot tub, sauna, and a range of spa treatments.||The full-service on-site restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with a la carte options, as well as buffet service. Guests can indulge in the scrumptious Prime Rib Buffet on Friday and Saturday evenings, or enjoy London's best Sunday brunch.