Hotel Door

Situated in the much sought-after and prestigious area of Kensington, this four star property is the perfect choice for travellers who are looking for style, class, and a convenient base for their visit to London.

The hotel offers facilities including room service, air conditioning, a car rental desk, theatre reservations, dry cleaning and concierge. Rooms are all impeccably dedicated with beds that are perfectly designed for a peaceful night’s sleep, and you’ll find everything from air conditioning and cable TV to high speed internet access and en-suite bathrooms with showers and tubs.

Business travellers will find that this hotel is a great choice if they’ve got tasks to take care of while in London, with conference rooms, meeting rooms, and fax and photocopying services all available.

The on-site restaurant serves Spanish tapas dishes with a creative twist, and the wine list is known in the area for being second to none. Whether you want a quick bite to eat before hitting the town, or you’d like to base your evening here, you’ll find that it has everything you could ever need. At some point during your stay, be sure to call into the on-site pub. With its traditional English feel, it’s charming, relaxing, and the ideal location to enjoy a typically British tipple.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

If you want to couple a holiday with some learning for the kids, make sure that you visit the Natural History Museum. Popular exhibitions have recently included dinosaurs, and an ice-rink is placed outside during the colder months.

For romance

The Royal residence of Kensington Palace, and its beautiful surrounding gardens, is a big hit with romancing couples who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city to enjoy a bit of quiet time. Call into the café for a light bite in between exploring.

For culture

The Victoria and Albert Museum has a longstanding reputation for being one of the best in the capital. It contains a fascinating collection and will not disappoint.

For shopping

Kensington High Street is a must if you enjoy a touch of retail therapy. From large department stores to small and quirky designer boutiques, there truly is something for everyone.

For eating out

Cote serves fuss-free French food, and despite being exceptionally reasonably priced, it has rave reviews from professional critics and local food lovers alike. Book a table to avoid the queues.

For nightlife

The nearby Royal Albert Hall is arguably one of the best places in the capital to base your night out. With a varied music and entertainment programme that includes everything from classical acts to the latest pop artists, it’s well worth checking the timetable and booking tickets before you arrive in London.