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Lord Jim Hotel
23-25 Penywern Road
Earls Court
London

SW5 9TT | View map

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An attractive and well appointed hotel situated in a quiet, tree lined street, cosy and moderately priced. Centrally located for the convenience one requires. The Lord Jim Hotel is located in a quiet area in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. Only two minutes walk from Earls Court Underground station, the Hotel is easily accessible from both Heathrow Airport (Piccadilly line or a1 Bus)and Gatwick via Victoria. The m4 Motorway, with its link to the m25, can be reached via Cromwell Road. Both Earls Court and Olympia Exhibition halls are within walking distance of the Hotel. The Hotel is favourably positioned within easy reach of London's West End and Theatreland, Hyde Park, the Museums and the elegant stores of Knightsbridge. The staff are able to assist with all types of bookings and very welcoming. The bedrooms are modern and tastefully designed, offering a warm relaxing atmosphere. For business or pleasure The Lord Jim Hotel is an ideal base in the heart of London.

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