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Nadler Hotel Kensington

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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
Published May 1st 2014
Nestled in the Heart of Kensington



So you are visiting London and need a place to stay. There are so many places to choose from, but how do you know which is best? Ideally you want somewhere close to all the attractions, somewhere that has good rates, and somewhere with a bit of luxury - you are on holiday after all.

It just so happens that The Nadler Hotel Kensington offers all that. Originally built on the large meadow of Courtfield Gardens in the eighteenth century, the manor house was home to many notable figures, such as the surgeon John Hunter, The Duke of Richmond, and confectioner, James Gunter. Because of this it was once nicknamed Currant Jelly Hall, a name they think should brought back.

The Nadler is a four star hotel in the Royal Borough Of Kensington and Chelsea; it is only a short walk from Earls Court tube station, and many visitor attractions, such as Kensington Palace & Gardens, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal Albert Hall, and more.

They provide free Wi-Fi, twenty-four hour reception & concierge service, air-conditioning, a mini-kitchen in every room, and assure that the price you pay at the checkout, is the price you pay at the checkin. I.E., there are no hidden extras. In fact, you might find yourself saving a few pounds, since they have special discounts for local restaurants.


Rooms



Bjou Single - 107
Standard Single - 118
Luxury Bunk - 129
Bjou Double - 129
Standard Double - 140
Twin - 162
King - 162
Superior - 195
Superior King - 195
Deluxe - 242

All rooms come with:

Mini kitchen (microwave, fridge and kettle),
In-room complimentary tea and coffee on arrival,
Oversized showers with complimentary Gilchrist & Soames toiletries
HDTV with Movies on Demand (3.95 each)
Free internet access
Radio, games and a six thousand track music library
Air conditioning

Food



The Nadler does not have a bar or restaurant, but does give discounts for local cafes and restaurants. You can also order a Continental breakfast in bed for 8.50.

Things to do



Cultural Attractions

Hyde Park
Kensington Gardens & Palace
Buckingham Palace
Westminster Abbey
Big Ben

Museums & Galleries

Natural History Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum
The Science Museum
The Serpentine Gallery
The Royal College of Art
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Saatchi Gallery
The Royal Collection
Andipa Gallery

Sport

Chelsea Football Club
Fulham Football Club
Hyde Park Stables
Queen's Club
London Archers

Shopping

Notting Hill - vintage clothing, rare antiques, quirky gifts, books, and organic food.

Kings Road - trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops, and Chelsea Antiques Market.

Oxford Street - more than three hundred shops, designer outlets, and landmark stores, such as Selfridges, John Lewis, and Debenhams.

Regent Street & Jermyn Street - mid-priced fashion stores, Hamleys, and Liberty, men's clothing shops.

Bond Street & Mayfair - home to big names including Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co.

Westfield - shopping centre with Debenhams, Next, Marks & Spencer, and House of Fraser.

Carnaby Street - home to some of the world's most exciting designers.

Covent Garden - hip fashion, unique gifts, rare sweets, and one-off handmade jewellery, urban street wear, funky cosmetics, Covent Garden Market.

Knightsbridge - Harrods and Harvey Nichols

Savile Row - home of bespoke British tailoring
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Why? Place to stay
When: On holiday
Phone: UK: 020 7244 2255, International: 44 20 7244 2255
Where: 25 Courtfield Gardens, London, SW5 0PG
Cost: 107-242
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