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Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington4 Stars
Scarsdale Place Kensington, London W8 5SR
Copthorne Tara Hotel is situated at the corner of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Earls Court Exhibition Centre is a 5 minutes by car or bus, while Heathrow Airport is only 30 minutes drive. Guests can visit Victoria and Albert Museum, world's largest museum or browse books at National Art Library, which is also located in the same building.
Copthorne Tara Hotel in Kensington boasts of 833 accommodation units that include modern amenities such as cable television with pay TV, coffee maker, radio and a telephone with voicemail.
Bugis Street Restaurant provides guests with delicious Singaporean, Malaysian and Cantonese cuisines. Light snacks and coffee can be enjoyed at Cafexpress. Artist Corner Restaurant offers European and British cuisines, while The Brasserie Restaurant & Bar serves a wide selection of spirits and cafe bar.
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington offers Shannon Suite and Liffey Suite, which can be divided into seven rooms and ideal to host events for up to 400 guests. Guests can enjoy quality beauty treatments Adore Me Medspa. At leisure, guests can shop at Harrods or visit Science Museum London.
- 3 km to the Train Station (Victoria/Paddington)
- 22 km to the Airport
- Baby Sitting Service
- Bar / Lounge
- Disabled Facilities
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Room Service
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Business Centre
- Conference Facilities
- Doctor On Call
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Laundry Services
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Safe Deposit Box
- Tour Desk
- Banquet Facilities
- Currency Exchange Services
- Faxing Facilities
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Lift / Elevator
- Parking Facilities
- Shopping Arcade
- Air Conditioning
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Pay TV
- Colour TV
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Disabled Facilities
- Iron / Ironing Board
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington Guest Reviews (70)
We booked and paid this hotel 4 month's in advance which meant we got our twin room for £75 per night, which for a 4 star hotel just off Kensington High Street is an absolute bargin. The hotel its self was more than adequate. The lobby was lovely but as many reviews have said rooms could do with a bit of an upgrade and the hallway carpet really needed to be replaced (threadbare in places with a few small tears here and there) but the rooms were very clean and beds were comfy although very small singles. Having said that we did change rooms. The room we were given had a very old bath which was black (well nearly) on the bottom. It was clean though, the blackness being damage caused over many years of use where the enamel had warn away. I telephoned reception who sent up a lovely young lady immediately to clean the bathroom. She tried but agreed with my deduction that the bath was clean but simply warn. I asked if all the bath's in the hotel were in the same shape to which she replied no and suggested I phone reception again and ask for another room. We did this and another room was supplied instantly. The bath in this room was new and absolutely fine. The hotel has no wifi which really should be standard now a days. If you didn't have a laptop (we didn't, just the smart phones that required wifi) you had to pay £1 for 20 minutes use of a computer just off the lobby. We had one room service lunch with was quite good. Also the High Street Kensington tube station was only a 3 minute walk away. Over all I would definitely stay there again if I could secure a good room rate.
Debgirl wrote on January 10, 2013
We have visited London on many occasions and choose to stay in the fabulous Kensington area. We were fortunate enough to purchase Club level at a good price however found Club to be a minimalist experience compared to other experiences. For a little extra effort this stay would have been given a 5 star experience, that being said would stay again
Leela wrote on January 2, 2013
The hotel isn't far from city center. Breakfast wasn't include in the price of room. Would pay 10 GBP extra per day for a breakfast, but had every day ready new coffee and tea in the room.
Poupe wrote on November 25, 2012
This hotel should not be listed as a 4 star, it is a tired 3 star! Make sure you get a room away from the train tracks (we did not, as we did not know of course). Breakfast buffet not very nice, but the asian restaurant in the hotel was quite ok and well priced.
Pro traveller wrote on November 17, 2012
The hotel is in a perfect location: lots of shops, restaurants, coffee shops, etc around. It also seemed a very safe neibourhood. On check-in I found a very strong smell of mildew in the room. I went back downstair and I got a different room without any hassle. Rooms are clean and in reasonable shape. From desk staff are very friendly and helpful. I was however stopped by a security guard in front of lifts in the lobby on my second day. He wanted to know which guest I was visiting and their name and room number!!! I told him I "was" the guest, but he still insisted to check my name and details... as soon as I showed him my room key, he was happy... I guess this is for the safety and security of the guests but I was very unimpressed.
Hossein wrote on November 12, 2012
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