Stylish hotel located in Londons impressive Kensington district
Converted from a Victorian townhouse, the Gallery Hotel London provides guests with a comfortable stay in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, an upmarket district within the capital city.
As well as a sought after address, the 4-star establishment is also situated close to many of Londons premier attractions, which can be visited on foot. For those landmarks and desired destinations a little further away, the underground railway and bus services will connect guests with minimal fuss.
Each of the hotels 36 guestrooms has been sympathetically renovated to retain the historical presence of the building yet features modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. All feature en-suite bathroom facilities with bathtub and/or shower. Central heating and air-conditioning allow the guest to control the room climate regardless of the weather outside.
Interactive satellite TV, wireless and wired internet connections, and electronic safe are amongst the extras, as well as desk and chair, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and telephone. Complimentary newspapers are also available. Two larger suites are available. These feature sofa and easy chairs and additional enhanced toiletries.
Two meeting rooms are on offer for those looking for a venue in the city. These rooms can be adjusted to feature boardroom, theatre and horseshoe shaped set-ups. Audio-visual equipment, photocopying and printing facilities, and stationary are provided by the hotel, as well as high speed internet access. Packages are available in which delegates can stay within the property also.
The Gallery Hotel London is situated just one minute away from the Natural History Museum, one of the most popular city attractions. Here guests can interactively learn how the Earth was created and transformed, or simply marvel at the impressive dinosaur skeletons. Around the corner lies the Science Museum, a very hands-on establishment. Also contained within the area, known as the Museum Mile, is the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Albert Hall, a stunning music venue on the outside and inside.
Knightsbridge, known for its extravagant department stores (Harrods, Harvey Nichols) is just down the road and always busy with tourists. Scattered amongst the regions streets are a range of smaller boutique shops and independent stores. The districts of Shepherds Bush and Hammersmith, both popular with music fans thanks to their concert venues, can also be reached via a short bus or tube journey.
Hyde Park, the famous inner city green space, is within walking distance of Exhibition Road and the Museum Mile. From here visitors can explore the city until their hearts are content. Short tube journeys lead to the theatres of the West End, the markets of Covent Garden and Camden Town, attractions such as Madame Tussauds and the London Dungeons.
The famous landmark buildings that feature on so many postcards and calendars are also within easy reach. Whether its St. Pauls Cathedral, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, or Westminster Abbey, guests at the Gallery Hotel London need only hop on an underground train, bus, or rickshaw to see some truly spectacular sights.