Boutique apartments opposite Kensington Gardens

Boutique apartments opposite Kensington Gardens

Boutique apartments opposite Kensington Gardens

Those after ultimate privacy and luxury in the heart of the upmarket West London area of Paddington need look no further than these exclusive 4* boutique apartments opposite Kensington Gardens. These contemporary and stylish boutique apartments each feature a flat screen LCD TV, free high speed Wi-Fi, iPod docks, complimentary luxury toiletries, a modern kitchen area, whirlpool bath and a comfortable living area, amongst other excellent facilities. Communal onsite facilities include a luggage room, airport shuttle service, 24 hour reception and cleaning service. The design theme and interior of each floor of apartments is completely unique to that floor, with inspiration taken from Scandinavian and Minimalist décor.

West London is renowned as being home to some of the capital’s most exclusive postcodes and these Top Secret apartments are in a prime location close to Paddington national rail station and underground station. The hotel’s close proximity to the Bakerloo line enables guests to navigate central London with ease so as to visit all of the city’s major tourist attractions and historic landmarks.

The hotel’s highly desirable position overlooking the royal Kensington Gardens ensures that guests are only a stone’s throw from Kensington Palace, Hyde Park and the luxury of Knightsbridge. Located in the picturesque Kensington Gardens, the Serpentine Gallery houses mostly contemporary and modern art works with past exhibitions from the likes of Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons. Housed in a 1934 tea pavilion, admission to the gallery is free and it is located to the west of the Serpentine Lake.

The gardens surrounding Kensington Palace span 270 acres and alongside Hyde Park, Green Park and St James’s Park is referred to as central London’s ‘green lung’. As well as being home to open swathes of green parkland, Kensington Gardens are also notable for the Albert Memorial and the Italian Garden fountains, making it a popular place for locals and tourists alike. The Gardens also feature a statue of Peter Pan as they were heavily featured in J.M. Barrie’s popular children’s books.

The palace itself is famous for being the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son Prince George, as well as other members of the British royal family. Open daily to members of the public to explore the ornate state apartments and galleries, Kensington Palace is one of the most popular royal landmarks in the capital and attracts thousands of tourists each year.