It’s not goodbye, it’s see you soon. We’ve made the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors at the Kensington Court until further notice.
It’s with a very heavy heart we’re having to do so, and something we never saw coming, but it’s a decision we’ve had to make to support the wellbeing of all our staff and guests. We’ll be back, and we can’t wait to see you soon.
The Kensington Court Hotel invites city explorers to experience London like never before, with modern style and an unbeatable location in a trendy Kensington neighbourhood.
We're steps away from stylish Kensington High Street, as well as Holland Park, the Natural History and Science Museums. Hotel perks feature spacious rooms, delicious tea & biscuits and Gilchrist & Soames luxurious toiletries.
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With London's best restaurants and cafes in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, we can guarantee you'll never be bored.
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Earl’s Court Underground Station is located 5 minutes walk from the hotel and provides access to the most visited areas of London such as Oxford Street, Piccadilly and Leicester Square.
Convenient for visits to popular areas such as High Street Kensington, Knightsbridge, Royal Albert Hall and London’s Museum District – Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Science Museum (all free entry). The Gatwick Express makes the journey from Victoria Train Station to Gatwick Airport very easy.
Charming Kensington High Street is one of London’s most popular shopping streets with a huge variety of well-known brands. The iconic city bus 9H connects Kensington High Street with Trafalgar Square and runs every 20 minutes starting from 9 30am.
This area of London has always been important as part of the capital’s vibrant music scene. The Troubadour London has been one of the most exciting small music venues in town since 1954 and has hosted performances from Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and more recently Adele. Snap a “selfie” at the iconic Tardis Police Box which has appeared in popular TV series Doctor Who and was used for travelling in time and space.
The Official Royal Residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is set in beautiful Kensington Gardens which are spread on the west side of Hyde Park.
Would you like to cycle, swim or ride a horse?
All of these activities can be done within the area of Hyde Park. Olympia London in Kensington is an exhibition and conference centre, situated a short distance away. It hosts trade fairs and international shows each year. Fans of the world-famous Chelsea Football Club would be pleased to know the stadium is nearby and tours will provide you with unforgettable experience.