Thursday, December 3, 2020

Review – Kensington West Hotel

Matthew Steeples reviews the Kensington West Hotel – an ideal hotel for travellers seeking value in a convenient location in London

 

Conveniently situated five minutes from the start of Kensington High Street, the Kensington West Hotel offers great value accommodation for both business travellers and families.

 

Review – Kensington West Hotel, 25 – 27 Matheson Road, London, W14 8SN – The Steeple Times – Rooms from £50 per night – Affordable accommodation in London
The Kensington West Hotel is conveniently located yet affordable in comparison to other hotels in Central London

Review – Kensington West Hotel, 25 – 27 Matheson Road, London, W14 8SN – The Steeple Times – Rooms from £50 per night – Affordable accommodation in London
The hotel includes rooms of a variety of sizes from singles to ones accommodating six people

 

Comprising of a total of just forty rooms that range in size from singles to ones suitable for upto six people, this affordable, welcoming hotel is surprisingly well presented given its rates start from a most reasonable £50 per room per night and its two star rating. All rooms feature good quality bedding, flat screen televisions with upto eighty channels, in-room work stations and free high-speed WiFi and are clean, secure and superbly appointed.

 

Olympia Exhibition Centre and Kensington Olympia Rail Station are situated just to the north of the Kensington West Hotel whilst the West Kensington Underground District Line station is located just to the south of this Victorian building. Those seeking affordable yet high quality accommodation could not choose a better option.

 

Kensington West Hotel, 25 – 27 Matheson Road, London, W14 8SN. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7602 9954. Best rates are available by clicking here.

 

 

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    4 COMMENTS

    1. This sounds like just what I am looking for. Affordable hotels in London that are decent are hard to find. Thanks for the suggestion.

    2. An interesting suggestion. I do need somewhere to put up friends who will visit with children. They’re on a budget so the rooms here might well suit them perfectly. Thank you.

    3. If there is one thing I loathe and that is wasting money on hotels. As long as the place is clean and the sheets cotton I couldn’t care less about the trimmings. I will even put up in a French Formula ….whatever and spend what I save on something worthwhile. Wasting money on hotels is quite vulgar.

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