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The Regency Hotel
100 Queens Gate
South Kensington
London

SW7 5AG | View map

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The Regency Hotel is in South Kensington, on the elegant tree lined road of Queens Gate situated in the heart of London.This prestigious location provides easy access to Londonís business centre, as well as the tourist attractions, many of which are in easy walking distance, V&A, NHM, Harrods, Hyde Park and Royal Albert Hall. The Regency Hotel is the largest independent hotel in London with 210 air conditioned rooms and 12 conference rooms, and reflects the refined splendour of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The traditional Regency Style architecture compliments the relaxed town house atmosphere, combined with the highest levels of service, and an attention to detail make it a perfect choice for both leisure and business travelers. The very best of what London has to offer can be found, not far from the marble doorsteps of the Regency Hotel. South Kensington & Gloucester Rd tube stations are a mere 5 minute walk away, and Earls Court is a 10 minute stroll. Heathrow International airport is 14 miles from the Regency Hotel and has fast & frequent connections to the centre of London.

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