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Kensington Town House London

Kensington Town House London

3 Stars

32-36 Hogarth Road Earls Court London SW5 0PU


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3.3
Facilities 1.8
Service 2.3
Location 4
Pricing 2.5
Overall 2.8
Kensington Town House London provides quality accommodation for both the London tourist and business commuter. Some of the popular tourist spots, which guests can visit are, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Kensington Palace and Stamford Bridge.

Location
Hotel is located in one of the residential areas of London, Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is just 3 minutes from Earls Court Underground Station. Famous museums of the area such as Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum London are situated close to the property.

Rooms
The property offers guest rooms that are comfortably furnished and equipped with modern amenities such as internet access, air conditioner, pay-per-view movies, television, ironing equipment and telephone.

Restaurant
Guests can start their day with breakfast served at the restaurant, at Kensington Town House London in London. Several restaurants are available in the surroundings where guests can relish a wide variety of local, regional and international cuisines.

General
The meeting room at Hotel is suitably equipped to cater to requirements of business travellers. At leisure, guests can enjoy shopping at Harrods, the world's famous departmental store. They can also explore, National Art Library, a major reference library.

Additional Information

  • 5 km to the Train Station (Paddington)
  • 25 km to the Airport (Heathrow)

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Room Service
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Reception
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Conference Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Restaurant
  • Tour Desk

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Safe
  • Voicemail
  • Colour TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Microwave Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Telephone

Kensington Town House London Guest Reviews (38)


Kensington Town House London
4 out of 5

Very, very clean rooms, and everything you could need, but even the double rooms are TINY, so try to get the biggest room you can or you will be very cramped. I had to place my case on the bedside table. The bathroom is nice, and everything apart from the size is perfect, so if this is not important to you then you will be fine. Be aware that the walls are quite thin though, so if you have noisy neighbours you may hear them. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and the location is excellent -about a minute's walk from the Underground station.

Andrew1967 wrote on December 20, 2012


Kensington Town House London
1 out of 5

My wife and I stayed here for six nights during our recent trip to London. We had to move rooms because our first room overlooked for tube tracks which ran until half one in the morning and started again at half five. With trains running every twenty seconds outside and the rumblings being felt throughout the whole room, we were less than impressed. Our second room was at the front of the hotel and was quieter. However, although the room was clean is was so small. The hotel is handy to the tube station and knightsbridge is walkable.

Jonny wrote on August 15, 2012


Kensington Town House London
4 out of 5

when I tried to check in the hotel, the reception said that the hotel is currently under maintenance, so whole floor hotel room isn't ready, however they do upgraded us to a 4 star hotel nearby heathrow airport, and sent us to the hotel via free taxi service plus free full english breakfast. so far they handled it well and although I havent got chance to stay at their hotel but I impressed with their efficiency to sort something out for us.

oceandeep wrote on August 6, 2012


Kensington Town House London
1 out of 5

Upon arrival at this hotel located close to the Tube we were sent to Hounslow approximately 1 hour away by car. For compensation on a 2 night stay, we were offered 1 free evening meal, but we had to pay for the water we asked for! There was no where else to eat nearby so they had us captive! The Park Grand London Heathrow hotel was under construction and the hot water failed on the 2nd morning. "Not happy, Jan"

Lost in transit wrote on August 1, 2012


Kensington Town House London
1 out of 5

We booked the twin bed room but they can only give us a double bed room. The room is very small and the door leading to balcony was broken and only used an iron bar for protection, so we asked to change to a more secured room. They gave us another room which is even smaller, we can jump straight to the bed from the entrance door. Also the room is very dusty. The next night we been changed to a twin bed room which is a bit bigger but still very dirty and dusty. We will NEVER come back to stay in this hotel again.

Anonymous wrote on March 23, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall2.8 out of 5
Cleanliness3.3 out of 5
Facilities1.8 out of 5
Service2.3 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing2.5 out of 5

Kensington Town House London Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

Very, very clean rooms, and everything you could need, but even the double rooms are TINY, so try to get the biggest room you can or you will be very cramped. I had to place my case on the bedside table. The bathroom is nice, and everything apart from the size is perfect, so if this is not important to you then you will be fine. Be aware that the walls are quite thin though, so if you have noisy neighbours you may hear them. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and the location is excellent -about a minute's walk from the Underground station.

Review by: Andrew1967
Date stayed December 20, 2012

1 out of 5

My wife and I stayed here for six nights during our recent trip to London. We had to move rooms because our first room overlooked for tube tracks which ran until half one in the morning and started again at half five. With trains running every twenty seconds outside and the rumblings being felt throughout the whole room, we were less than impressed. Our second room was at the front of the hotel and was quieter. However, although the room was clean is was so small. The hotel is handy to the tube station and knightsbridge is walkable.

Review by: Jonny
Date stayed August 15, 2012

4 out of 5

when I tried to check in the hotel, the reception said that the hotel is currently under maintenance, so whole floor hotel room isn't ready, however they do upgraded us to a 4 star hotel nearby heathrow airport, and sent us to the hotel via free taxi service plus free full english breakfast. so far they handled it well and although I havent got chance to stay at their hotel but I impressed with their efficiency to sort something out for us.

Review by: oceandeep
Date stayed August 6, 2012

1 out of 5

Upon arrival at this hotel located close to the Tube we were sent to Hounslow approximately 1 hour away by car. For compensation on a 2 night stay, we were offered 1 free evening meal, but we had to pay for the water we asked for! There was no where else to eat nearby so they had us captive! The Park Grand London Heathrow hotel was under construction and the hot water failed on the 2nd morning. "Not happy, Jan"

Review by: Lost in transit
Date stayed August 1, 2012

1 out of 5

We booked the twin bed room but they can only give us a double bed room. The room is very small and the door leading to balcony was broken and only used an iron bar for protection, so we asked to change to a more secured room. They gave us another room which is even smaller, we can jump straight to the bed from the entrance door. Also the room is very dusty. The next night we been changed to a twin bed room which is a bit bigger but still very dirty and dusty. We will NEVER come back to stay in this hotel again.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 23, 2012

4.4 out of 5

Great location, near Earl's Court tube station. Room a little on the small side, but was good value for money.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 22, 2011

4.2 out of 5

when arrived the room was not ready and was told to come back in a hour but i could leave luggage in the hotel so was fine with that.when i arrived back got my key and went to the room to find i had been upgraded free of charge ,a nice gesture .the room was a nice size and could only hear the underground slightly ,fully air conditioned .the bathroom was a good size for me with bath and a shower .the only thing i found was being tall the bed was a few inches short.all the staff i had contact with were very friendly.the bar and resturant are in the other hotel just across the road.earls court tube station less than 2 mins walk and the entrance is directly opposite the road that the hotel is situated in,brilliant location to get to all areas of london,my advice is use the picaddilly line its a lot faster than the district line.lots of shops and places to eat and drink in the area.i would definatly use this hotel again

Review by: richard mcloughlin
Date stayed April 22, 2011

4.4 out of 5

My single room was small, but good quality. The room however was in an annexe down the road around 50 metres from the hotel in a basement. Seemed quite odd.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed June 28, 2009

3.4 out of 5

Ground floor room at the back featured a panoramic view and full stereo and deep bass sound of the London Underground. Not recommended for light sleepers but it does shut down for a few hours in the dead of night. Otherwise a rather small but rather exotically decorated room and excellent shower room. Very handy to Earls Court underground station! I'd stay again.

Review by: Richard Gordon
Date stayed October 21, 2008

3.8 out of 5

The reception and service is excellent, very nice people who try hard to please. Rooms are very small, but nice. The advertised broadband in the rooms does not work, look forward to people coming to fix it for you, but it still won't work. In terms of loaction it is perfect. The breakfast is very over priced and a good breakfast is cheaper on the high street by at least a half.

Review by: Jennifer Talbot
Date stayed August 17, 2008

4.8 out of 5

Hotel is very easy to locate, 3 minutes walk from Earls Court Tube station. Bedroom was clean, modern, fresh. Bathroom was immaculate. All good. Downside, room was small, bathroom was tiny. ( I was in a single room, so for price - no complaint)

Review by: Declan Deasy
Date stayed June 16, 2008

4.8 out of 5

I think it is somehow unfair to say the rooms are small and the tube goes under the house, well, it is London. I think the rooms, even if small, were very nice and cosy. The location very close to the tube and in a street with very little traffic was too very convinient. Overall the hotell is a VERY good bargain.

Review by: Aneta Kvist
Date stayed June 8, 2008

3.8 out of 5

The hotel has great location with only a few minutes walk to Earls Court Tube Station. There are plenty of shops and restaurants nearby. This is the 3rd time we have stayed there and find it to be good value for money.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 29, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Hotel is very nice, if you are not situated on the 4th floor, where the rooms are realy very small, elevator does not reach it and the windows are small without double glazing, the hotel is boosting in its advertisment. Location is very good, in a quet street only a few hunderd meters from Earl's Court tube station, so that you can reac the city centre in less than half one hour.

Review by: Mihajlo Ceraj Ceric
Date stayed April 28, 2008

4.4 out of 5

this is a lovely hotel in a very convenient location close to shops, a wonderful wine bar (open late), pub and restaurants. Very close to Earls' Court underground station. Our room was very quaint, private bathroom comfortable bed. Only drawback being that though the room had everything one needed it was quite small. We had a lovely time and would hope to stay there again next time we are in London.

Review by: Maria Mc Carthy
Date stayed March 18, 2008

4 out of 5

This is one of the smaller hotels in the Shaftsbury group, and the rooms are particularly small. The double room I had was really only fit for one person and there was room for little else but a bed and a small desk. The room was also very dark, even with the lights on. Also the rumble of the underground may disturb sleep. However, otherwise I have no faults. The staff are friendly and helpful, the location is great, and the room facilities splendid. Just make sure you ask for a large room, and one with lots of light!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 12, 2008

4.2 out of 5

VERY small but clean, new room. Good location. Courteous staff. Problem is that half of the rooms give directly on the tube tracks: good hotel for those who need to sleep only between 1am when the tube stops and 5am when it resumes operation

Review by: Christian Gossel
Date stayed February 10, 2008

1.6 out of 5

One of the worst places ever. I won't come back neither if it will be the only place available in all London. I have been there with 4 friends, then I have seen 3 rooms:the bathrooms are so small that you can't even seat in the right position on the toilet. In 2 rooms there is a terrible smell af smoke and the sheets have holes. The train line passes very close and the noise is big. I had a room on the basement:the only things I could see from my window were some pipe and a porn magazine that someone forgot. The room was so cold and the eating wasn't working properly. The receptionist was absolutely rude!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed February 6, 2008

3.4 out of 5

Room was too small as was the bathroom for the money.

Review by: Martyn willis
Date stayed January 23, 2008

3.8 out of 5

Even on top floor very noisy from tube line almost directely beeath

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 11, 2007

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