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Rydges Kensington London - London Hotels

Rydges Kensington London

61 Gloucester Road, London - Map
4.0 out of 5 (856 reviews)
The Nadler Kensington - London Hotels

The Nadler Kensington

25 Courtfield Gardens, London - Map
Excellent hotel - good value for money for my Sunday night stay
A Traveller
The Regency Hotel - London Hotels

The Regency Hotel

100 Queens Gate, London - Map
"Great location near Hyde Park and Museums"
Great location with a short walk to Kensington South Tube station and direct line to Heathrow so was great to navigate with luggage. Rooms are spacious and modern in a heritage building.
Traveller from New Zealand
The Ampersand Hotel - London Hotels

The Ampersand Hotel

10 Harrington Road, London - Map
"Fav hotel in London"
Great location - beautiful property with attention to every detail - wonderfully friendly and helpful staff - great food!
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
Set in a handsome Victorian building in London s South KensingtonInspired by the numerous museums in this cultural part of …More
The Park City Grand Plaza Kensington - London Hotels

The Park City Grand Plaza Kensington

18-30 Lexham Gardens, London - Map
"Convenient zone 1 hotel."
Lovely staff - couldn't have been more helpful. Overall a well appointed hotel. Room was incredibly hot and it was difficult to regulate the temperature. Some minor points which given the price of the hotel and it's 4* rating let it down - no shower cap, poor quality loo roll and paper napkins and only one hot drink included with the breakfast - the waiter was apologetic about this. Lack of light bulbs in what could be beautiful chandeliers in the entrance hall. Maybe replace them if they're expensive to run? All unnecessary cost cutting lending an air of meanness which lets the hotel down.
Traveller from Dorset, UK
Access West Kensington - London Hotels

Access West Kensington

Richmond Court, London - Map
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington - London Hotels

Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington

Scarsdale Place, London - Map
"Gorgeous breakfast room"
I was travelling with my 11 year old daughter and 80 year old mum, we found the hotel to be in a great location. Wished we could have stayed longer. Only slight complaint we had was that the aircon smelt a little musty. The staff were all very cheerful and informative. The buffet breakfast was delicious.
Traveller from Australia
Hilton London Kensington - London Hotels

Hilton London Kensington

179-199 Holland Park Avenue, London - Map
4.0 out of 5 (2,119 reviews)
Hilton London Olympia - London Hotels

Hilton London Olympia

380 Kensington High Street, London - Map
3.8 out of 5 (738 reviews)
Holiday Inn London-Kensington Forum - London Hotels

Holiday Inn London-Kensington Forum

97 Cromwell Road, London - Map
"Good hotel and good location"
Hotel in very handy location to see sights of London . Easy walking distance to many attractions but also Gloucester rd tube right there. Room not big but perfectly adequate. Only negative is no WIFI and expensive to purchase
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    Is a trip to London on the cards? If you are heading to ye olde England, a stay in one of our Earls Court and Kensington hotels is in order! Not only is this one of the trendiest parts of town, it's also home to two of London's eight royal parks – Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens – plus it's Kate and Wills' neighbourhood!

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    Things to do

    Culture vultures will love this area, as it's known as the museum precinct of London. You can get your fix at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum.

    Catch a breath of fresh air by taking a stroll around Hyde Park. Make sure you see the beautiful Serpentine Lake and then pay a visit to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial. If you're lucky, you might even catch an interesting speech at the Speakers' Corner, which has acted as a sort of soapbox for many famous figures, including Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin and George Orwell. Since 1866, this spot has been a symbol of free speech and has also seen a number of protests take place, so it's of historic significance and well-worth checking out.

    Pop into the Kensington Gardens and see if Kate and Wills, the Duke and Duchess of York, are at home in the Kensington Palace. Royalty has resided in this palace since 1689 and it is open to the public if you book tickets ahead of time. But if you can't join a palace tour, you can still enjoy the other features of the Kensington Gardens, including the Albert Memorial, the Italian Gardens, the Peter Pan statue and the Serpentine Galleries.

    Shopping and dining

    Kensington's High Street is definitely a good place to start your London shopping expedition, but whatever you do, don't miss Harrods and Harvey Nicks in Knightsbridge! These iconic stores have been open since the early 1800s and are tourist attractions in and of themselves!

    When it comes to dining, you can have a gourmet meal at the Whole Foods Market in Kensington before grabbing some goodies to take back to your hotel. If you want something a little more traditional, sit down for a traditional English pub meal at one of the fantastic pubs in the area then pop into the Orangery Cafe at Kensington Gardens for a cup of tea in the afternoon.

    Getting here and around

    Kensington and Earls Court are only about 40 minutes from both the London City Airport and Heathrow Airport, so grab one of these cheap flights to London to kick off your English escape. Once you've arrived, you can easily get around on the Tube, by black taxi or on double-decker buses and the London CBD is only 10 minutes away!

    So wot are you waiting for? Book your Earls Court and Kensington accommodation with us now!