Very close to tube station. Overall was okay. The toilet is small as of all the reviews. However, not sure why the carpet is wet near the toilet. Air-con remote not working. Bed is too soft. Room size is good enough for this price.
Traveller from Malaysia
Located in Kensington, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Natural History Museum, Imperial College London, and Royal Albert …More
Checkin was at 2pm, our room wasn't ready until 2:30pm. So the staff treated us with wine due to the delay. Aside from that this was a great place to stay. 3 minute walk to earl's court station from here and 15 min. walk to kensington palace and hyde park from here. The walls were thick enough that we didn't hear noise in the hallway or next door to our room. There was maid service everyday. The room got a little cramped for two people and all of our luggage but then again we didn't book the largest room.
Traveller from Minnesota
Located in west London's prestigious Kensington district, this modern guesthouse is less than 50 meters from Earl's Court …More
The location is great but everything you bring with you has to be placed in the closet if you want to be able to walk around as the room is only about 10 x 10 (excludes the bathroom) And with the bed it leaves about two feet on one side.
Traveller from Las Vegas
These B&B accommodations are located throughout the area in London.More
I booked the hotel for a 2-night stay to combine business with an opportunity to spend time in London with my wife. Location was nice and we walked back to the hotel from Theatre-land on the Sunday night. The Superior Double Room was nothing special though the bed was comfortable, little storage space which makes me wonder what the regular double room was like. The road is quiet and there was no traffic noise.
Returning to the room on Monday evening it was disappointing the room had not been serviced so a quick turnaround to get changed wasn't as nice as we had hoped, especially since all the tea and milk had been consumed that morning. It was all done by the time we returned that evening.
Breakfast is more complicated than it needs to be, the service was bordering on obsequious when all you want is a cooked breakfast and a coffee. What's the point of asking how runny you'd like the yolk and white of a poached egg to be, when you get one egg very runny and the other one almost hard boiled? It's not a major drama but why invite these comments in the first place? The breakfast room is beautifully laid out though the open fires were too much and uncomfortable to sit close to. The problem was the tables which were vacated away from the fires were slow to be cleared and re-laid which meant there were 5 people waiting to be seated for breakfast, waiting in an area close to another open fire. It would look great in December, but not in mid September following a heatwave.
Traveller from Brighton
Located in South Kensington, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Natural History Museum, Imperial College London …More
Upscale, residential Kensington is best known for its palace and gardens, and for its major museums in South Kensington —the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, and the V&A. Earl’s Court has a wide selection of budget and mid-range hotels, clustered around Earl’s Court exhibition centre. Its Underground station offers good links (District and Piccadilly lines) with trains running to central London and south-west to Wimbledon.