High Street Kensington
About Royal Garden
The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of London's Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, overlooking Kensington Palace, in the west part of the metropolis. Just a short drive from the M40, M4 and M25 motorways, the hotel is also just minutes from Earls Court and the Olympia Exhibition Halls, and is within a short drive of London's financial district.The hotel offers contemporary accommodation with a choice of 3 bars and two restaurants. The Tenth is the fine-dining, award-winning restaurant, which has stunning views of the London skyline. This combines with conference and banqueting facilities, and a business centre open 24 hours a day. There are 396 guest rooms in total.All of the spacious guest rooms offer a work area with a desk, a comfy chair and a coffee table, in which to either work or relax. A private en suite bathroom, personal safe, minibar and many additional comforts are included in the room. A large proportion of bedrooms are designated non-smoking. Single occupancy rooms feature a double bed and have views of either Kensington Palace and Gardens and the Royal Household Mews, or look out over a buzzing Kensington High Street and the neighbourhood's quaint 'Mary Poppins' rooftops. Other rooms, which are for double occupancy, feature either a twin or king-size bed. Like the single rooms, views include the green vistas of Kensington Gardens, or the city's rooftops. North-facing rooms overlook the quiet Royal Household Mews.To help guests relax after a busy day, the hotel provides a health spa, featuring state-of-the-art exercise equipment, a sauna and a steam room. Other services provided at an additional charge include massage and physiotherapy treatments.An exquisite, extensive breakfast buffet is on offer to guests on a daily basis. In addition to this, it is possible to pay a visit to the excellent hotel restaurants where the finest wines and dishes are available.
No cancellations or refunds.
Royal Garden Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling