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Uptown Reservations
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8 Kelso Place

Kensington
London

W8 5QD | View map
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Uptown Reservations is delighted to offer the visitor superb accommodation in elegant homes in the fashionable areas of London, primarily in Kensington, Chelsea, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, the West End, Notting Hill Gate, South Kensington, Pimlico , Fulham and Victoria. Uptown provides a very personal, caring, and cost effective alternative to staying in any of London’s quality hotels.

You will be a guest in a private home, and warmly welcomed. Uptown’s hosts are very carefully selected and the homes have been inspected to 4 – star standard. You will enjoy a comfortable atmosphere together with high quality facilities.

Uptown Reservations' service appeals to the holiday maker and business traveller alike. The advantages it offers its guests are –

- Upmarket accommodation in the central area of London in a welcoming, friendly and relaxed atmosphere

- Host homes that have been carefully inspected and are constantly monitored

- The benefit of the host’s knowledge of the current London scene

- Value for money in comparison with all quality hotels

- Our current rates are £125.00 for a double or twin room per night, £90.00 for a single room per night, all with a private bathroom either ensuite or adjacent, and a generous Continental breakfast – quad and triple rooms are also available

If you're here on business, or working unusual hours, and prefer to be self-contained, or are here with your family and wish to cater for yourselves, we can also offer a range of self-catering apartments.

Uptown Reservations covers the whole of the central London area

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