West Kensington, or colloquially West Ken, is not as posh as Kensington proper nor as superbly appointed for attractions as South Kensington, but the home of Olympia is within easy reach of both places and has a (less stuffy?) charm of its own...
New in 2011, Russell Court Hotel is located in the centre of London, just 100 metres from Kensington Olympia underground Station, Kensington Olympia, Earls Court Exhibition Centre and Westfield Shopping Centre. The 20 en suite ... More
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A short walk from Kensington High Street and Hammersmith tube station, this charming hotel offers comfortable and well-appointed rooms with free wireless internet access, just outside the congestion charging zone.
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The Star Hotel is a comfortable, convenient, clean and affordable bed and breakfast in West London, situated 15 minutes away from the centre of London and easily accessible from Heathrow Airport. ... More
The Hand and Flower in Hammersmith is a large Victorian pub that has recently been refurbished to gracefully combine a contemporary style with the traditional features you would expect from a pub that is over ... More
Acropolis Hotel, London, offers 13 guestrooms located on three floors, all of which include televisions, complimentary wireless Internet access, telephones, refrigerators (on request), and showers. The Hotel offers a complimentary ... More
In the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the Royal Guest House offers good-value accommodation in a convenient location with good access to all that the capital has to offer.
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Euro Hotel Hammersmith provides a Contemporary relaxed and charming environment in a private bed and breakfast hotel. All rooms offer a great value for money accomodation - our newly refurbished private ... More
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