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Have stayed here several times over the last couple of years, the location is quiet yet only a 5 minute walk from Earls Court tube, the rooms are a decent size, clean, pleasant and decorated with quirky good taste and the staff friendly and polite....More
Very nice small hotel in Kensington located in a traditional residential house. Good value for London standards. We booked a Comfort double and were upgraded to the four poster room in the basement. Nicely decorated room, quite spacious, good bathroom. Good multimedia equipment. Free, hasslefree...More
US$109 - US$223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#348 Luxury Hotel in London
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Every room is different in this hotel. It is a few years since I stayed in the Ottoman suite but from memory it is very nice. The only rooms to ask specifically about are the rooms below ground level, they are much more... More
Every room is different in this hotel. It is a few years since I stayed in the Ottoman suite but from memory it is very nice. The only rooms to ask specifically about are the rooms below ground level, they are much more normal. Hope this helps.