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Royal Garden Hotel
2-24 Kensington High Street
Kensington
London

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The 5-star Royal Garden Hotel in leafy Kensington, London, boasts panoramic views of Kensington Palace & Gardens, Hyde Park and Londonís skyline. Combining the utmost in luxury with an unsurpassed level of service, this contemporary hotel boasts 394 comfortable and stylish rooms, including 17 magnificent suites.

With 3 bars and 2 award-winning restaurants youíll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. The elegant and relaxed Park Terrace offers modern British cuisine and an extravagant afternoon tea service. While the renowned Chinese restaurant Min Jiang offers fine dining with stunning vistas over Hyde Park from the 10th floor. For those looking to relax and unwind, venture to Bertieís Bar or visit the fitness, health and beauty spa.

With excellent transport links to all major London airports, the bustling West End and major London attractions just 10 minutes away and the shopping districts of Kensington, Mayfair and Knightsbridge close by, the Royal Garden Hotel is perfectly positioned to experience the London way of life.

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Nearest Train Station: High Street Kenisngton
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Ratings/Awards: 5 Star
Number of Rooms: 394
Number Ensuite: 394
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Name: The Park Terrace / Min Jiang
Cuisine: Modern British / Upscale Fine Dining Chinese

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