The Villa Kensington Hotel
Good value in a great location
The Villa Kensington Hotel is a beautiful historical building, located in a quiet elegant street, two minutes walk from Gloucester Road underground station (SW7), in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
Approx. room size 86 ft² or 9 sqm
Free Wi-Fi access, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and a private bathroom with a selection of toiletries are included in this room.
Free continental breakfast when booking directly!
All our rooms are non-smoking
Welcome to The Villa Kensington Hotel.
We genuinely believe to be one of the best value for money hotels in South Kensington and central London. The Villa Kensington Hotel is a beautiful historical building, located in a quiet, elegant street two walking minutes away from Gloucester Road underground station (SW7).
Our hotel in South Kensington offers Wi-Fi internet throughout its premises and FREE of charge. So is Continental Breakfast included in every rates.* While staying at The Villa Kensington Hotel, you will be taken care by attentive and friendly staff.
*Rates inclusive of continental Breakfast when booking directly. The Villa Kensington hotel is a Non-smoking premise throughout.
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