South Kensington Hotels


One of the most popular neighborhoods for first-time visitors to London, South Kensington is home to three of the city’s most-touristed museums — the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert, and the Science Museum — which are just blocks from Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. The South Kensington Tube station is a hub for several subway lines, connecting you within 20 minutes to most of the city.

HOTEL PRICING KEY

£ 40-80
££ 80 – 200
£££ 200 – 350
££££ 350 – 600+
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NH Harrington Hall Hotel
£-££
5-25 Harrington Gardens, South Kensington, London, SW7 4JW
Encompassing much of a city block, this 200-room hotel offers a small range of room sizes, all ensuite with lots of square footage, chintz and plaid. The on-site gym features a sauna, and the lobby features a cozy (if a bit staid) lounge bar.


The Regency
££
100 Queen’s Gate, London, SW7 5AG
The largest independent hotel in London, with 203 fair-sized to spacious, simply-furnished rooms; all have comfortable beds. On-site, there’s a small and a cozy cocktail bar. The large, ornate Modern British/European restaurant serves four meals a day, and the Pavilion Terrace, with its glass conservatory ceiling, is an absolutely lovely place to take afternoon tea.


The Gore Hotel
££-£££
190 Queen’s Gate London SW7 5EX
One of the most gorgeously preserved Edwardian hotels in London, the Gore is pure romance. Rooms are large and lavishly furnished, and a series of luxurious signature suites are named for famous repeat guests like Judy Garland. As the official hotel of the Royal Albert Hall, the elegant on-site bistro and cozy, glowy and wood-paneled bar are generally hopping with a cultured crowd.


The Kensington Hotel
££-£££
109-113 Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London, SW7 5LR
A sumptuous and fully-renovated boutique townhouse hotel that features (especially in this price range) extremely comfortable and luxurious rooms and suites. On-site there’s a state-of-the-art fitness center with spa treatment rooms, a swanky little cocktail bar, and a Modern British restaurant.


Number Sixteen
££-£££
16 Sumner Place, London, SW7 3EG
Bright, sumptous and modern single and double rooms with 24-hour room service. On-site you’ll find a conservatory and big, beautiful private garden with bistro tables, where you can order a complete array of afternoon teas.


Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel
£££-££££
68-86 Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BT
Set in a restored Georgian mansion, this luxuriously furnished hotel offers a chance to stay in a bit of the area’s past with modern comforts like an on-site fitness room and free wi-fi. The bright, modern restaurant serves traditional British cuisine, three meals a day, and the lounge bar feels like an aristocratic sitting room that just happens to have overstuffed armchairs.


Blakes
££££
33 Roland Gardens, London SW7 3PF
The Victorian facade contains an ultra-fashionable small hotel where every quiet, spacious room is uniquely furnished; beds are generally four-poster and draped with luxurious fabrics. The restaurant, which serves four meals a day (including afternoon tea) combines European and Chinese cuisine; the lavish bar is designed to look like period Chinoiserie artwork.

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