We were in room 411, which was at the top of the building (no elevator...) but once we were there, it has an attached private balcony with table and chairs, plenty of room, and completely screened on all sides by trees. It was magic, especially with the kids there. The weather was good so we effectively ...
nice place, would stay again.......................................
Very busy reception area but nice that there’s a Starbucks just across from it. Lovely comfortable room and fantastic breakfast choice and quality. Nice bar lounge area for post concert drinks. Very friendly helpful staff. Only small negative housekeeping had missed putting shower gel in our bathroom. ...
Clean and tidy, and staff were very helpful. Perfect location for everywhere we wanted to visit.
I was very pleasantly surprised by this 2-star property. The room was clean and pleasant looking, with two full-size beds and a twin bed, a desk/dressing table, and nightstand, and sufficient lighting all around the room. The bathroom was exceptionally clean and looked newly renovated. There was ...
We had rooms 214 and 215. The rooms were grouped together and very private. Very quiet at night. Rooms were very clean with sparkling bathrooms. Great size. Ac worked great. Location excellent.
Handy location for the Royal Albert Hall, (single) room small but comfortable
Convenient walking distance to tube and restaurants, sights. Comfortable stay.
Excellent location and nice staff. The hotel is located within a two minute walk from Gloucester Rd Underground offering direct Tube from LHR.
Kensington High Street is located in a welcoming area of London known for its picturesque gardens and array of dining options. London is home to 7796 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that's perfect for your stay.
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While you're in town visiting Kensington High Street, you can explore the sights and attractions within just a few miles of the area.
You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Kensington Palace, Natural History Museum, or Victoria and Albert Museum. Royal Albert Hall, Stamford Bridge Stadium, and Marble Arch are some of the notable landmarks to see in the area. You can watch performances at Hammersmith Apollo, Royal Court Theatre, and Piccadilly Theatre if you're interested in local theater.
Imperial College London and Westfield London Shopping Centre are some sights worth a visit in the area. Harrods is also located 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Kensington High Street, and Hyde Park is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) away.