There's very little included at this hotel, but you know, if you're not going to stay in your room all day, but actually be out and about, you probably won't mind. The room itself was not very large, and most of it was occupied by a huge bed. Bathroom was pretty ok, as well, even had a small tub. My only two issues being bad ventilation in the bathroom and the fact that I couldn't avoid getting a lot of water on the bathroom floor upon showering. Usually not a problem, but there was no drain in the floor.
Other than that, the hotel is situated close enough to an underground station for me to be happy, making my final complaint the following:
On the night before our departure we both fell asleep with the telly on. This had apparently caused complaints with the other inhabitants, walls were thin, but this was taken care of in a very impolite manner that I have very little understanding of.
At 2 o'clock an elderly man working at reception locks himself in without knocking and without a "please" or "excuse me" brusquely tells us to turn down the sound and asking us why we weren't answering the phone. A phone that was placed directly beside my head, and hadn't made a sound since we got there. This resulted in me lying awake for the next hour listening to the party going on in one of the other rooms, pondering this highly unpleasant experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four beautifully restored Victorian town houses, combines contemporary decor with original period features; Kensington District. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kensington Rooms Hotel London