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B and Bs in Earls Court

Derby Hotel
155-157 Cromwell Road
Earls Court
London

SW5 0TQ | View map

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Sophistication and classic English style are the hallmarks of this centrally located, family-friendly Kensington hotel. Guests can enjoy the peaceful on-site garden and spacious rooms on the doorstep of London's most famous sights. You can be sure of a friendly welcome at the Derby Hotel Kensington. Many of its rooms are more spacious than most hotels at this level and are ideal for families. A small meeting room (up to 6 people) is complemented by a well-kept garden and a restaurant which serves a superb continental or English breakfast.

Within easy walking distance of Earl’s Court and Gloucester Road tube stations, as well as London’s major museums, this family hotel is an excellent base for touring London or for attending exhibitions at the nearby Earl’s Court and Olympia venues. After a full renovation in August 2007, you can expect a friendly welcome and new, higher standards at this classically English, boutique-style townhouse hotel in Kensington, central London. This superior 3-star hotel now offers modern comforts and facilities, making it a superb base for your trip to London.

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