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      The single room I stayed in was comfortable and clean. Yes, it was tiny, but I only wanted it for an overnight sleep. I've stayed here before and will do so again....
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    • 5
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      Top position and very kind staff. Competitive prices.
      24 Oct 2017read review
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      Staffs are very friendly. I requested to stay up to 3 pm, and they allowed me (as next customer hadn't come yet).
      20 Oct 2017read review
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      I am very much pleased to stay this hotel. Really,,,its a wondeful decoration and staff Behavior is very good....
      18 Jul 2017read review
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      The hotel was in the perfect location close to everything ! no complaints at all. You get what you pay for. Extremely happy with this hotel as you are close to everything. We had a great stay.
      18 Jul 2017read review
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Kensington

The chic shopping paradise Kensington is an affluent area home to many celebrities and royals. With a wealth of stores from high street clothes outlets to the fascinating antiques shops of Kensington Church Street. One of the most popular tourist attractions is the historic Kensington Palace and behind it the delightful Kensington Gardens, the perfect setting for a picnic!

South Kensington features some of the world's finest museums including The Natural History Museum in one of the grandest buildings in London, on Cromwell Road and famous for its dinosaur skeletons, The Science Museum, a children's favourite with its levers and buttons, and the Victoria & Albert Museum with its 7 miles of corridors housing a fascinating mix of collections from dresses to church pulpits, you will need more than a day to see them all.

The most famous landmark is the popular Royal Albert Hall - a glorious concert building opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and dedicated to her husband Prince Albert, many concerts and sporting events are held here. Famous residents of Kensington have included Sir Winston Churchill, T.S. Eliot, Sir W.S. Gilbert and the Earl and Countess of Bradford.

Hotels in Kensington, London

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Kensington Gardens Hotel
9 Kensington Gardens Square, Kensington, London, GB
Kensington Gardens Hotel in London is an elegant Victorian building which has been newly refurbished and restored to its original splendour. The quiet hotel is ideal for both the businessman and the tourist, situated just off Queensway with Whiteleys Shopping complex just 200 yards away, and Oxford Street and Kensington Stores and close-by.
Best Western John Howard Hotel
4 Queens Gate, Kensington, London, GB
The Best Western John Howard Hotel in Kensington, central London is a 4 star hotel with en-suite bedrooms and self-contained apartments in a tranquil and elegant location. Within period buildings dating from around 1815, the hotel features a range of rooms, free Wi-Fi and an in-house restaurant 'Manor at the Gate Restaurant'.
Best Western Phoenix Hotel
1-8 Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater, Kensington, London, GB
Situated in the heart of bustling Bayswater in London yet within the tranquillity of Kensington Gardens Square, The Phoenix Hotel is a comfortable, central base from which to explore London. With a warm, beckoning ambience and 19th century elegance that is much loved by the hotels regular guests, the 130 Bedrooms ensure there is always room for new ones.
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