Kensington Hotels
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Royal Garden Hotel

Royal Garden Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Royal Garden Hotel is a busy and vibrant 396-room option located in the heart of Kensington. Sophisticated, contemporary rooms are spacious with big flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, and (mostly) king-size beds. Some rooms have beautiful views overlooking Hyde Park while all have upscale bathrooms and tea/coffee facilities. Hotel features include a fitness center with kickboxing and Latin dance classes, a spa with a range of treatments, and two restaurants -- the ground-floor Park Terrace restaurant and the 10th-floor gourmet Chinese restaurant, Min Jiang. There is also a great hotel bar, Bertie's Bar. A five-minute walk from the nearest tube station, this hotel is a good pick for its Kensington location and chic modern style.

Baglioni Hotel London

Baglioni Hotel London Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This boutique hotel offers an excellent location on the southwest tip of Hyde Park overlooking Kensington Gardens. The individually decorated, luxe 67 rooms all showcase classic Italian touches as well as dramatic contemporary design. Perks include free Wi-Fi and Illy espresso machines, as well as extra hotel features like the spa and fitness center. While there is no pool, the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, Brunello, is a destination in itself. For an extra touch of exclusivity, this hotel also offers free chauffeur service in a Jaguar within a 1.5-mile radius.

The Milestone Hotel

The Milestone Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Milestone is perhaps the most famous boutique hotel in London, and certainly lives up to its expectations, with exquisitely designed rooms and exceptional service. The service is where the hotel really shines, as each member of staff is superbly trained, which helps ensure guests get the first-rate luxury experience for which The Milestone is known. With ample boutique perks on top of that, and a convenient location for London’s most exclusive shopping, it’s difficult to find something wrong with this hotel -- just expect to pay a high price for all these luxuries.

Millennium Bailey's Hotel London Kensington

Millennium Bailey's Hotel London Kensington Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Millennium Bailey's Hotel is located in a calm, peaceful quarter of London. All 211 rooms offer period charm in an original Victorian building. West London's shopping and dining districts are close by, and with the Gloucester Road tube station across the street, all of London is easily accessible from this property. Rooms are traditional and individually decorated, and although the hotel has limited facilities, a fitness center is available for use at the sister hotel next door. Olives Restaurant and Bar provides on-site dining. While rooms aren't huge, the Millennium Bailey's is a good pick for value, location, and charm.

Crowne Plaza London Kensington

Crowne Plaza London Kensington Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 162-room Crowne Plaza London Kensington has a lot of local competition, but it's gone to great lengths to stand out from the crowd. The attention-grabbing lobby impresses, while a sleek cocktail bar, Pan-Asian restaurant, and lovely rear garden distinguish the hotel. Rooms are cozy with good technology, though some show signs of wear (renovations are slated for the end of 2014). Location is good for central London, and the Gloucester Road Tube Station is one block away, though the hotel is set on a busy thoroughfare. Rates are average for this caliber of London hotel, however you might save a bit at the nearby Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt.

The Rembrandt

The Rembrandt Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Rembrandt Hotel is an upscale hotel located in the tourist-friendly area of South Kensington, a short walk from a handful of museums, galleries, and other sights. The stylish, modern hotel has 193 rooms with colorful decor and high-tech amenities, such as interactive TVs. The numerous property features include a full bar, lounge, and restaurant; guests also get discounted day passes to the gym, heated pool, jacuzzi, and sauna at the adjacent Aquilla Health and Fitness.

The Parkcity

The Parkcity Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Parkcity hotel is a small corporation-run hotel with a sleek, contemporary lobby and cocktail bar. It’s relatively affordable, well located for direct trips from the airport, and a short walk to the nearest tube station (for access to area attractions). But minimal room amenities and basic facilities (there’s no Wi-Fi in rooms, no restaurant, and room service only until midnight) may leave some guests wanting more.

Hotel Indigo London Kensington - Earl's Court

Hotel Indigo London Kensington - Earl's Court Rating: 4.0 Pearls

As the leading flagship of sorts amongst the Hotel Indigos of London, this Kensington/Earl’s Court branch seems to have more of a cohesive personality driving its brand. It’s a sassy, rococo-themed luxury hotel with a coquettish manor house theme and playful design quirks. With plenty of modernized baroque furniture in bright hues of pink, lime and teal, this Hotel Indigo stands out boldly above its sisters and is an overall delight -- just beware the occasional maintenance faults. The location on the west edge of Kensington isn't within walking distance of many sights, but the Earl's Court tube station is right nearby.

K+K Hotel George

K+K Hotel George Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The K+K Hotel George, a sophisticated, upscale hotel tucked inside a classic townhouse, offers smart, tasteful interior design and close proximity to the Earl's Court tube station. The 154-room property feels intimate, and offers a charming private garden with plenty of roaming space, a location on a quiet side street in Kensington, and bright, homey rooms. It may be worth comparing rates with the nearby Hotel Indigo, however, which is arguably a bit more stylish.

Regency Hotel - Queen's Gate

Regency Hotel - Queen's Gate Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Billed as the largest independent hotel in London, Regency Hotel - Queen’s Gate is indeed large, with nearly 200 rooms. The West London location is within walking distance of a tube stop and museums, rooms are small but modern, the lobby is sophisticated, and access to the members’ lounge (where evening drinks are served) is included with most room types. But note that despite refurbishments some areas of the hotel still look dated, there's a fee for Wi-Fi with some room types, showers can have poor water pressure, and many rooms lack views. The nearby Millennium Bailey's tends to have more satisfied guests, though its rooms aren't as modern and it lacks the Regency Hotel's fitness center.

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