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The Kensington

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109-113 Queen's Gate London SW7 5LR United Kingdom
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88/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Service 93 Helpful staff
  • Location 96 Great location
  • Hotel 93 Nice hotel
  • Ambiance 95 Attractive decor
  • Restaurant 87 Tasty breakfast
  • Hotel Building 81 Beautiful lobby
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Guests recommend this as a luxury hotel.

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This is a wonderful boutique hotel, as guests say.

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Guests say the hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway.

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Guests think this is a family-friendly hotel.

Good to know

  • Well-maintained hotel
  • Pleasant entrance area
  • Pleasant entertainment
  • Good restaurant service
  • Accessible parking
  • Bad view
88 out of 100 based on 2244 based on $ratings reviews
RHS Chelsea Flower Show

RHS Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Shower is a four-day event that takes place during May. It is organised by the Royal Horticultural Society and is held in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. The origins of this event date back to 1852 and today it is attended by 157,000 visitors, which is the maximum number of visitors allowed inside the grounds. There are four different grades of awards presented for each category, these are gold, silver-gilt, silver and bronze. The main award categories are Flora (Floral and garden exhibits), Hogg (tree exhibits), Knightian (vegetables and herbs), Lindley (education and scientific) and Grenfell (pictures and photographs. There are also several special awards each year. Public ticket prices are £23 each with discounts available for RHS members.

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Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

In 1689 King William III bought Kensigton Palace, which was known as Notting House until then, and commissioned Sir Christopher Wrenn (St Paul's Cathedral) with the extension of the building. The Palace stayed a popular residence until 1760 when King George II died and it was also here were a young Queen Victoria found out about her accession to the throne in 1837. The palace is still a private residence to some members of the Royal Family, but the State Apartments and the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection are open to the public. The State Apartments include the King's and Queen's Apartments and the Victorian Rooms where the bedroom of Queen Victoria can be seen. The Ceremonial Dress Collection displays a presentation of royal, court and ceremonial dresses dating from the 18th century to the present day. Also to be seen are a dressmakers workroom and a tailor's shop. Only part of the Palace is accessible for wheelchair users, please refer to the website for more information.To avoid disappointment, please note that the former apartments of the late Princess of Wales and Prince Charles are not open for public. Opening times: 1 March - 31 October, daily 10.00 - 18.00 1 November - 28 February, daily 10.00-17.00 Underground : High Street Kensington (Circle/District Line) Queens Way (Central Line) Bus: 70, 94, 148, 390 (Bayswater Road) 9,10, 49, 52,70 (Kensington High Street)

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Stamford Bridge Stadium

Stamford Bridge Stadium

Stamford Bridge Stadium is home to Chelsea FC. The stadium was officially opened in 1877 although back then it was home to the London Athletic Club. Chelsea FC was founded in 1905 when the site was offered to Fulham FC who turned the offer down. The stadium has been developed over the years and at its current state offers capacity for 42,055 spectators. On the site around the stadium, which also belongs to the Chelsea FC, 2 four star hotels, 5 restaurants, conference and banqueting facilities, a nightclub, underground car park, a health club and a business centre have been build recently. The stadium also offers a stadium tour, a fan megastore and a museum. Tour times : 11am, 1pm, 3pm (Mon - Fri) and 12pm, 2pm (Sat & Sun) Museum : Monday - Friday 10:30am - 4:30pm Saturday - Sunday 11:30am - 3:30pm Please note that neither the museum or tour are available on match days. Tours won't be operated in the 3 days before a Champions League match. Tube : Fulham Broadway (District Line) Train : West Brompton Bus : 14, 211,414

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