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54 Boutique Hotel
Kensington
London

SW7 5JW | View map
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Fifty-Four Boutique Hotel is a traditional Edwardian townhouse with its own special qualities. A wonderful fusion of classic architecture and cool, urban chic that perfectly captures London's cosmopolitan atmosphere. Our guests find a quiet sanctuary from the hustle & bustle of London where they can relax in comfort. The 26 rooms and suites are decorated in contemporary style with modern sandstone and black granite bathrooms with gleaming chrome power showers. Gilchrist & Soames toiletries and Egyptian cotton bed linen add to the luxurious feeling. All rooms have air-conditioning, a modern ensuite bathroom, Wi-Fi internet access and flat screen televisions. The hotel is ideally located if you want to experience cultural London as several of London's main museums - Natural History museum, the science museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum - can be reached on foot in a matter of minutes. If you prefer shopping, then you are in the right place as you are on the doorstep of Knightsbridge and Chelsea with their exclusive boutiques and designer shops. Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens the Royal Albert Hall, Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Earl's Court are all in the immediate vicinity. New to our area of West London, the magnificent Westfield Shopping Centre, Europe's largest indoor luxury boutique and high-end shopping mall and entertainment venue.

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