This hotel is situated in the popular and upmarket area of Kensington, just a short distance away from many of the city’s most famous tourist attractions. With an excellent reputation for its spacious and comfortable rooms, all fully air-conditioned, it’s a great choice for those looking to strike a balance between a brilliant location and outstanding facilities.
Wireless internet connection is available throughout this property, making it ideal for leisure or business travellers who need to stay connected. After a long day seeing the sights or catching up with work colleagues, there is both an indoor and outdoor pool available on-site, which are lovely spots for unwinding. Come rain or shine, you can enjoy the leisure facilities at this hotel.
The hotel staff are renowned for their high levels of customer service and outstanding knowledge of the local area. So whether you want to stay in and enjoy the comfort of the hotel, or plan to get out and explore all that London has to offer, you’ll find that this property truly delivers.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The National Army Museum is an educational yet fun day out for the whole family. Here, you’ll learn about how Britain’s past has shaped our present and future, as well as the impact that our army has had on the rest of the world. There are four galleries and exhibitions regularly change throughout the year.
Kensington Gardens is a great place to spend a lazy afternoon with a loved one. In the summer months, you can hire deck chairs and soak up the sunshine.
Voted as one of London’s top ten tourist attractions, the Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design. It houses over 4.5 million pieces and runs a changing programme of exhibitions.
Nearby Knightsbridge is an extremely popular destination for those who enjoy luxury shopping. Call into Harrods to check out the exclusive designer boutiques, including Chloe and YSL.
For eating out
The Abingdon is a Kensington gastro-pub with plush furnishings and a sophisticated ambience. Try the cinnamon-spiced rabbit casserole, paired with one of the excellent house wines.
Barts is a tiny and intimate bar that’s difficult to find, yet an absolute treasure for those willing to spend some time wielding their map. Located on the ground floor of a residential building on Sloane Square, it’s one of the coolest bars in the area.