The hotel lies between Knightsbridge and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,and conveniently located within five minutes of Gloucester Road and South Kensington underground stations.
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"Lovely hotel, great location."
Stayed here for one night when running the London Marathon. The room was quite small but tastefully decorated and very comfortable. The small lounge area was lovely and the service was very good. The rooms were clean. A fab little hotel in a great location close to the tube and the lovely shops and bars in Kensington. I would recommend this hotel and felt it was very reasonably priced.
"Convenient for Royal Albert Hall, not a boutique hotel"
This may be called a boutique hotel but it is not. The prices are advertised at £350-450 per night, we paid less than half of this and I certainly would not pay more. The main thing going for this hotel is its proximity to the Royal Albert Hall, for that it cannot be faulted. The staff were very welcoming and helpful and again I would not criticise them. There is a lift that runs to the second floor a positive as these old townhouses do not always have space for lifts. If you do need assistance the staff will take your bags for you. On our approach to our third floor room every corner had cleaning bags and linen stacked in it. I understand that rooms need to be cleaned and beds changed but this gave a poor first impression. We were in a standard double, it was small but perfectly acceptable. The decor was okay but looked a little tired. When lying in the bath I noticed that there was a lot of dust under the sink suggesting that leaning is done quickly to a checklist rather than with care. My idea of a boutique hotel is something a little quirky that offers you something you don't expect. There was none of that at this hotel. The refreshment tray was underwhelming with average tea and coffee, carton milk, no biscuits and the cheapest kettle on the market. The room was more of a checklist of things you need to get a star rating than a well though out space to relax and enjoy. The breakfast was fine, although I do love a cooked breakfast as a treat, I would take a well done continental breakfast over cheap sausages and fatty bacon. The fruit was fresh, croissants flakey and coffee freshly ground. Overall, I will not be rushing back although, if something is on at the RAH I would consider it.
This is a neat little hotel made special by the excellent staff. My parents stayed for my mother's birthday and Mohamed and his team were fantastic in their efforts to help us organise a couple of surprises for her.
"Convenient for Royal Albert Hall"
After a little confusion the receptionist found our confirmation of booking. The standard double room, which was a the second floor at the rear of the hotel, was clean and more than adequate. The bed was comfortable and en-suite clean with a powerful shower. Cannot comment on the breakfast as we skipped this. Chose this hotel as close to the Royal Albert Hall. Also great for the Natural History Museum and Kensington Gardens.
"Albert hall visit"
Ideally located for all museums, Albert hall and Kensington palace. Friendly helpful staff beautifully decoated clean hotel in wonderful building. Views of museums near excellent pubs , restaurants and underground.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM