A room facing out from back of hotel over K Gardens would have been lovely rather than street view.
Underground station very close
Maybe breakfast included in basic rate would encourage guests to stay in hotel and use facilities more
Traveller from belfast
1960s-built London hotel located on bustling Kensington High Street, 55 yards from Kensington Palace and Gardens and Hyde Park.More
Short stay primarily to attend a Prom concert.
We were pleased with the facilities in our room, it was at the back of the hotel and so it was very quiet; really comfortable bed and well equipped bathroom - great shower!
The continental breakfast which was included in our room rate, offered a good choice.
The hotel was near enough to be able to walk to the Royal Albert Hall and the V&A, two venues we particularly wanted to visit.
Staff were pleasant and helpful; when checking out we realised that we had left it too late to get the tube to Euston station, the receptionist arranged a private hire car to take us there in time to catch our train.
Traveller from North of England
This hotel is located in London (Cromwell Road), close to London Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, and Earl's Court …More
This hotel is very convenient to travel (Earl's Court tube and bus routes) to museums and Heathrow and is in a very beautiful neighborhood. The room itself was ok, with a good sized bathroom, a comfortable bed, good TV and free Wi-fi. For the cost it is an excellent value and choice.
Traveller from Charleston, Sc
Located on a leafy side street opposite London's Earls Court Exhibition Centre, the B&B is 500 meters (0.3 mi) from …More
"Booked a suite and got a dark room facing a wall"
For the first night, got a dark room facing a wall. After asking if I could change to a room with more light, was told I would have to pay an exttra 190 pounds per night on top of the not small amount I had paid for a suit!! Cant imagine what a standard room looks like...
Fortunately, the reception staff were very friendly the next day and found a much better room with bigger windows and the rest of the stay was good.
Restaurant staff were very friendly and provided an excellent service.
Only exception was during check-out and after I asked to keep the room for an extra hour, got a loud 'NO' from the manager. Fortunately, a junior staff was very friendly and allowed us to use a conference room to work before our departure.
In general, the satff are very friendly, with the odd 'rotten apple'.
Be careful while choosing the room.
Traveller from Warsaw, Poland
This family-friendly London hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Royal Albert Hall …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.