London’s newest boutique hotel centrally located

London’s newest boutique hotel centrally located

London’s newest boutique hotel centrally located

London’s newest boutique hotel, centrally located in the Kensington and Earls Court area of the city, is ideally located close to a number of top museums, as well as the famous shops in Knightsbridge.

This recently built property is fully air-conditioned, and is designed in a modern and contemporary style to provide guests with top facilities to make your stay as relaxing as possible. The friendly staff at the 24-hour reception desk provide guests with services including laundry and dry cleaning, currency exchange, and free Internet access.

Rooms are elegantly designed and provide guests with a number of modern comforts to help make your stay as relaxing as possible, including a range of top entertainment facilities for your leisure. Rooms are equipped with a stunning flat screen LCD television, as well as high-speed Internet access free of charge, a spacious work desk, and coffee and tea facilities. Your en-suite bathroom includes complimentary toiletries, a bathrobe and hairdryer, and the efficient daily housekeeping service provides you with fresh towels every day.

Located in the East End of London, Brick Lane is one of the city’s most recognisable areas due to its fantastic array of shops, bars and restaurants. Dating back over 400 years old, Brick Lane Market is hugely popular with tourists and locals, with a range of stalls serving a variety of items, as well as some delicious street food. With a multicultural population living in the area, Brick Lane is home to a number of excellent restaurants, with many Londoners regarding the area as the best place to go for a curry! The area is easily accessible via the underground, with Aldgate East, Bethnal Green and Liverpool Street stations all within walking distance.

For a traditional English pub with a wealth of history, head to the Lamb &Flag on Rose Street in Covent Garden. First built as The Coopers Arms in 1772 before being renamed in 1833, this historic pub was a favourite of Charles Dickens and has established a wonderful sense of charm and character. Serving delicious and authentic pub food, including chunky chips and juicy burgers that are extremely popular with the locals. The Lamb and Flag also pride themselves on their selection of lagers and ales, as well as an excellent wine list and array of cocktails on offer. The venue can get particularly busy at weekends and in the evenings, all adding to the buzzing atmosphere that you would hope for in an authentic London pub.