Perfect for those seeking luxury and the ultimate privacy, these exclusive 4* Top West End London Notting Hill apartments ensure a London city break with a difference. These spacious and stylishly furnished apartments all feature a flat screen LCD TV, free Wi-Fi internet, comfortable living area, modern kitchen and a large modern en-suite bathroom. Although the historic apartments are largely self-contained onsite facilities include a 24 hour concierge, night porter, laundry service and regular cleaning service.
The Notting Hill neighbourhood of West London is famously known as the setting of the 1999 Hollywood film of the same title which was shot just a few streets from the hotel itself. Many of the area’s most iconic landmarks were featured in the film, making it a popular tourist attraction for movie buffs and fans. One such location is the famous Portobello Road notable for its charming colourfully painted townhouses and weekend market with its stalls stretching to Notting Hill Gate. Renowned for its quirky selection of antiques and vintage fashion, Portobello Market is a must-see for any tourist in the Notting Hill area. During August, Notting Hill is also famous for its annual carnival which celebrates London’s Caribbean nationals and their vibrant culture with a variety of street performances, food stalls, musical acts and themed floats.
Just a stone’s throw from the apartment complex on foot are one of the city’s Royal Parks, Kensington Gardens. Spanning 270 acres of green parkland and lakes surrounding the royal residence of Kensington Palace, the gardens are regarded as West London’s ‘green lung’ and make for a relaxing escape from the rush of the city. The park contains several notable focal points, including the Long Water and Serpentine lakes, the Italian Gardens, the Albert Memorial and the Elfin Oak and is a popular place to dog walk, picnic or jog around.
Kensington Palace itself has been a royal residence since the 17th century and is currently the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Boasting ornately furnished State Apartments, prestigious art galleries and the famous Orangery, the palace is one of the city’s most popular royal attractions and is open to the public seven days a week.
The apartments also enjoy a convenient location within close proximity to Victoria Station, one of London’s major central transport terminals. As well as having a London Underground station, Victoria also features National Rail links, bus links and coach links across the country and to all of London’s major airports.