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London Marriott Hotel Regents ParkLondon Marriott Hotel Regents Park  Situated in Hampstead and within easy reach of the West End, The London Marriott Regents Park offers a variety of facilities including an A La Ca... more 
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Bradley's in London Bradley's £££Belsize Park
A mid-cost European restaurant in Winchester Road, roughly ¼ mile from the hotel, with cocktails.
Brasserie Centrale in London Brasserie Centrale ££££Belsize Park
A pricey French restaurant at 128 King Henrys Road. It has vegetarian dishes, air conditioning and a bar.
Del'Aziz in London Del'Aziz £££££Belsize Park
An expensive brasserie in Adelaide Road, roughly ¼ mile from the hotel with vegetarian options, disabled access, out... more
Eriki in London Eriki £££££Belsize Park
An expensive Indian restaurant at 4-6 Northways Parade, about ⅓ mile away. It has vegetarian dishes and a takeaway... more
Me Love Sushi in London Me Love Sushi Belsize Park
A Japanese restaurant in Avenue Road, roughly ¼ mile from London Marriott Hotel Regents Park.
Mia in London Mia Belsize Park
A Lebanese restaurant at 100 Avenue Road, approx ¼ mile away.
Sushi & More in London Sushi & More Belsize Park
A Japanese restaurant in Northways Parade, about ⅓ mile from the hotel, with vegetarian restaurant, takeaway servic... more
Tara Tari in London Tara Tari Hampstead
A restaurant at 117 Finchley Road, approx ¼ mile away.
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