South Kensington Hotel Cranley Garden
Enjoy the beauty of London and stay in a South Kensington hotel. (Photo: London image by Angilicious from Fotolia.com )
South Kensington is an area of London known for its diverse restaurants and top-notch shopping. This neighborhood attracts a young, posh crowd. While visiting London, many tourists opt to stay here as it is easily accessible to all the major points of interest in the city and has a charming feel in the midst of a big city.
K+K Hotel George
This charming hotel offers all of the delightful appeal one would associate with Kensington, London. Guests can enjoy the view of the outdoor garden, full of lush grass and greenery and will also appreciate the hotel's close proximity to the underground, and all major tourist attractions. A variety of rooms offer attractive design, comfort, and quality. A complimentary breakfast overlooking the garden is offered daily.
K+K Hotel George
1-15 Templeton Place
London SW5 9NB, United Kingdom
On the outside this hotel seems like an old, traditional Victorian, but the inside tells a different story. Interior furnishings are modern, stylish and designed to exude tranquility. Each of the 97 rooms offers guests the utmost in comfort and a stylish place to call home during their stay. Upon returning from a day of sightseeing, guests can partake in a beverage at the hotel lobby bar, while feasting their eyes on contemporary art sculptures. Kensington Rooms is conveniently located close to the posh shops and restaurants of Kensington, and near public transportation to all major sites.
131-137 Cromwell Road
+44 (0) 1480 212898
The Cranley Hotels
This luxury hotel delivers high-class accommodations in the heart of Kensington. Consisting of traditional Victorian-style townhouses, The Cranley Hotels has an interior with a deep color palette, along with antique furnishings. Luxurious four-poster canopy beds in each of the 39 guest rooms make for a comfortable night's sleep. The hotel's proximity to top-notch shops, cafes, and restaurants makes it even more desirable.
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