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B and Bs in Earls Court

Rushmore Hotel
11 Trebovir Road
Earls Court
London

SW5 9LS | View map

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The Rushmore is a small exclusive hotel located in the centre of Earl's Court. Each room is stylish and individually themed. A continental buffet breakfast is served in our charming conservatory.
Within 1 minute's walk from the local Underground station, this well- established, family-run hotel offers the discerning visitor an exceptional standard of accommodation and service in an elegant setting.

The accommodation consists of 22 bedrooms which have been recently refurbished to an extremely high standard. With our individually designed rooms, our hotel is unique in its category. Essentially a Victorian townhouse, the proportions of the rooms and the striking individuality of their furnishings and decor, lend it a charm nearer that of a fine country house. The Rushmore offers a charming conference venue with audio-visual facilities. Fax, photocopying and e-mail services are also available. Discounted rates are also available to exhibitioners and business groups.

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