A Comfortable and Affordable Kensington Hotel
When staying at a Kensington Hotel, you’re within a quick walk to transportation, shopping, and sightseeing. This is an ideal location for those who are traveling without a car and want to stay in an area that is close to things that are going on. If you’re not from the UK, you could make an entire vacation just staying within the local area. What you can’t walk to from your hotel you can still reach easily by taking a short walk to the nearest tube station, and from there you can get just about anywhere in London.
City Continental Kensington London is a budget-priced but elegant hotel. The rooms have been redecorated in a contemporary style and feature updated linens, furniture, and wall colours. Rooms have a spacious desk, flat-screen LCD television, air conditioning, a coffee and tea maker, and direct dial phone service. Efficient room size is balanced by the clever use of space for a desk and storage. The baths have been renovated with beautiful colours and clean lines. There is a safe in each room to store your valuables, and a hair dryer so you don’t have to stow a bulky hair dryer in your luggage. Guests also get a voucher for four hours of wi-fi use.
They do not provide an English breakfast, but they have an inexpensive continental breakfast served buffet style. Breakfast items include muesli, cereal, toast, jam, butter, croissants, rolls, cheese, yogurt, and fruit. This kensington hotel is only two-minute walk to the Earls Court tube station and is also close to West Brompton Station, which will take you to Heathrow or Gatwick airports.
The City Continental Kensington is a five-minute walk to the Earls Court Exhibition Centre and it is close to the Olympia Exhibition Centre. Area landmarks and attractions that are close to the hotel include the London Zoo, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, 10 Downing Street, Kew Gardens, the London Dungeon, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, Hampton Court, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park, and the Camden Lock Market, just to name a few. For shopping in London, you can’t do better than the famous Harrod’s department store.