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Barkston Gardens Hotel
34 - 44 Barkston Gardens
Earls Court

SW5 0EW | View map

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Situated in a quiet, leafy conservation area within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just 200 yards from Earlís Court Underground Station, the Barkston Gardens Hotel is a converted terraced Victorian House offering spacious, comfortable rooms with modern-day amenities. Built at the turn of the 19th century, this 3 star standard hotel now features three modern meeting rooms (available until the end of February 2009), a spacious bistro, and a traditional pub-style bar with high-speed Internet access while still retaining its charm and splendour. Please note that the restaurant will not be open from 1st December 2008 however staff at reception will be more than happy to recommend and provide directions to popular restaurants in the area which will suit your taste. If you prefer to dine at the hotel, bar snacks will be available in Le Rendezvous as well as through room service. Breakfast will continue to be served as normal.Conveniently located and easily accessible by public transportation, the hotel is the ideal base for exploring Londonís attractions whether visiting the city for business or pleasure.

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