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Description: The hotel enjoyes perfect location in Park Lane district in the centre of London and features a very elegant interior design. This is not a kosher hotel, but is close to kosher restaurant and synagogue.... [more]

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Jewish life in London is most active in the neighborhoods of Golders Green and Stamford Hill. In these parts of Jewish London, kosher restaurants, kosher hotels and shops are very common as majority of locals are observant Jews.


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If you plan to spend Passover/Pesach in London, think of staying in Golders Green or (especially if you are hareidi) Stamford Hill neigborhoods. Kosher shops of London and kosher London restaurants are selling kasher-le-Pesach food during the holidays.


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Area code: +44 (country code only)

Most British Jewish organizations have their HQ's in London. Several Jewish communities of various tradition and level of observance are represented in London, with each having its synagogues.



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