Secret Hotels customers can take advantage of exclusive deals on this exceptional 4* Top Secret Hotel, ‘Book in Kensington and we throw in free breakfast!’ in London’s upmarket Kensington area. This elegant and contemporary hotel offers its guests spacious double en-suite rooms each boasting a flat screen LCD TV, complimentary luxury toiletries, free high speed Wi-Fi, climate control and a fully stocked minibar. Onsite hotel facilities include a 24 hour concierge and security, free daily newspapers, dry cleaning services, luggage room and a stylish lobby bar. Hotel guests are invited to use the onsite fitness suite or to rest and relax within the tranquillity of the wellness area.
Located in one of London’s most sought after postcodes, this hotel in Kensington enables its guests easy and convenient access to most of the capital’s historic landmarks. Just a short walk from the hotel itself in South Kensington is the world famous Exhibition Road, home to the UK’s most celebrated museums and educational institutions. One of the most popular of these is the Natural History museum which boasts over 70 million artefacts detailing the history of life and earth sciences. Filled with numerous exciting exhibits, the Blue Whale skeleton in the Large Mammals Hall and the diplodocus skeleton in the Dinosaur Hall are especially enthralling for children. Also located on Exhibition Road is the hugely educational and interactive Science Museum, as well as the visually inspiring Victoria and Albert Museum.
Just a stone’s throw from the hotel is the official London royal residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son Prince George. Kensington Palace has been lived in by the British monarchy since the 17th century, a selection of state apartments with various exhibitions are now open to the public, as well as the beautifully maintained gardens that surround it. Accessible on foot or via London Underground at Queensway or Bayswater stations, the palace is a must-see for hotel guests.
Arguably one of the most expensive districts of London, Knightsbridge, is also just around the corner from the hotel. Knightsbridge is most commonly associated with Harrods, the luxury department store that resides on the Brompton Road. Equated with opulence and only the most elite fashion and beauty brands, Harrods was established in 1834 and with over 330 departments it is the largest department store in Europe. After indulging in a spot of retail therapy, shoppers can relax in one of the numerous onsite fine dining restaurants and champagne bars.