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4 Princes Square, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W2 4NP, United Kingdom – Show map
|Deluxe Two-Bedroom Suite ( 5 Adults)|
|Basic Triple Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Triple Room with Private Bathroom|
|Basic Double Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Double Room with Private Bathroom|
|Quadruple Room with Private Bathroom|
|Family Room (5 Adults) with Private Bathroom|
|Deluxe Two-Bedroom Suite (4 Adults)|
|Deluxe Two-Bedroom Suite (6 Adults)|
|Deluxe Three-Bedroom Suite (6 Adults)|
|Deluxe Two-Bedroom Suite (7 Adults)|
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Kensington Court Hotel Notting Hill's staff speak: Polish, Lithuanian, Italian, English
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24-hour front desk, Express check-in/check-out, Ticket service, Luggage storage, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Polish, Lithuanian, Italian, English
14:30 - 00:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Location was OK Bed was clean and comfortable but no room to move around the bed.
This hotel ( or more like a backpackers hostel) is in need of substantial upgrade. Our room for £200+ for the night was disgraceful. The bathroom disgusting - room 10! No hair dryer or amenities except a pump soap on the wall. Would never return to this "hotel".
Very friendly and helpful staff, one of them helped me carry my luggage to the 4th floor. Quiet area. 10 mins walk from Bayswater station.
No lift. No security room to leave luggages (they just ask you to put in the dining room on the lower ground floor). I stayed two nights in a room with shared bathroom, which has a basin and shower inside without toilet. I wish they could have installed the toilet instead because apparently we use toilet more often than shower.) and shared bathroom is a pain in the arse... Breakfast very simple only toasts and juice and milk.
I was at your hotel with my 2 years old son - unfortunately he was sick and had fever - the staff were so kind and helpful l!!! thank you so much!
Shabby dated hotel. Broken tiles and woodwork in the bathroom. Dirty carpet, curtains and doors. Door had a paper no. celloptaped to the very dirty door. Manager was arrogant and unhelpful. Paid 108 pounds per night, more than the Holiday Inn in Regents Park!! Did not even contemplate eating the breakfast.
The room was very small . No space to keep luggage , bathroom was horrible and clean there insects on the first day as we arrived. They has asked me to write a mail, which till today haven't received a feedback on. Not worth the money..
the staff was nice and breakfast abundant
The poor quality of the building itself, old cramped and the set up of an hostel for backpackers.
Nice staff, comfy bed
Very loud, highly disturbed sleep. Would not recommend for this reason
We couldn't get the shower in our room to work so we asked the receptionist for help. The first night they refused to even come up and have a look and simply insisted that there was nothing that they could do except for leaving a note to call in a plumber the next day. We put up with it and used the shared bathroom, which had only hot water at least 50 °C. The next morning before leaving the hotel we reaffirmed with the reception that the plumber would be in to fix the shower. When we got back that evening it was still the same. The receptionist said that there had been no record showing that anyone has been called in to fix the shower or at least checked that it was working. He was a bit more helpful though because he came up to try to turn it on. He tried for like 5 minutes with no avail. But he also said that there was nothing he could do except sending an email (refusing to even call!) to the manager. When we asked to be switched to another room or at least use the shower in another room, because it was just impossible to use the very hot water in the shared bathroom, he said that there was no empty rooms. But for the consecutive two days there had been a vacancies sign on the door, of which I took a photo which I fully intend to send to the hotel manager to demand an explanation. The next morning we were woken up by a lady who said that the shower was working, and with admirable strength she forced the switch to turn and had the water running. But after she left I tried again the best I could, and also asked dad to try again, and we still could not turn it. And anyways we were checking out and the reality was that we could not use the bathroom for which we paid an en suite rate. At the very least they could have left instruction with the receptionist on the second day to say that the shower was working and how we could turn it on.
Good and very kind staff, perfect location, clean rooms.
The showers and toilets are old and need to be refurbished.
I like the place
Small place , putting money deposit is rubbish. Customer service.
everything,sharing toilet and bathroom dirty carpets poor deco and maintenance worst hotel we have ever stayed in and we have been round the world and stayed in more than 150 hotels
Great location. The bed in my room was great, slept like a child. I had a room at the top floor, with the window open it gave the room a nice airy touch.
The overall standard of the hotell is not good. That said, London hotels are way under average in general, so I always expect the worst. No toiletpaper in the toilets.
We didn't know that we were going to get a room in the basement. The bookingconfirmation didn't say anything about that.
We had broken tiles in the bathroom. The hotel management refused to fix the problem and no remuneration offered. I wouldn't suggest this hotel to anyone.
The staff was amazing! Polite, kind, always paying attention of what we need, nothing was too much trouble. The bed, the pillows, the duvet were so confortable that we just want to take them home. Everything was clean and could´t hear any noise during the night. The hotel is really close of bayswater and queensway rail station so we were well connected to everywhere really. Nice restaurant area near the hotel, portobello road and hyde park. Is not the Hilton, but you don't pay the Hilton either. We had a issue with our door key that was solved by the staff so I can´t complain about that! Hope to see them again!
Really close to underground. Breakfast was nice enough, towels, duvets, cover nice and clean. Coffee & tea facilities really generous.
We slept in room no. 12. So crooked that our daughter was rolling over the bed!!! We needed to straighten it with a newspaper to sleep! Ceiling was cracked and we were wondering if it fall on us during the night. Especially with the neighbours we had over. I suspect that there were unsupervised children. Running around the room and jumping on the bed at 1am, thats really not a good night. The ceiling was so thin that even simply walking around the room made a huge noise, so you can imagine running around. If you want to have a good sleep make sure that there is nobody over you. Also we booked family room, and the window was opening from the bottom, without any railing/barrier! Not acceptable.
Location was great, very central and short walk to tube stations, shops and restaurants. Easy access to/ from Heathrow Staff were very friendly and accommodating with all my requests, nothing was too much trouble. I had a room with private bathroom, it was clean and comfortable and all I needed for my 2 night stay
breakfast was very basic, lots of bread & pastry's. A selection of cereals would have been great.
Every thing pooooooor
Comfy bed & pillows great location fair breakfast good value .
Comfortable bed cozy room excellent Wi Fi, central location.
Single toilet and shower for entire hotel.
I am lactose intolerant. I let them know at the moment of the booking but none lactose-free food was available during breakfast.
A Clean comfy bed. Friendly reception staff,
A private bathroom without a bath? Shower in room but without a wall bracket, shower head just left dangling on floor. Lots of steep stairs. Cramped breakfast room.
no toiletts,no elevator
Couple room number 15 with just shower. There is no way to have a pee or what else.
The shower room was very spacious and nice. The bed itself was well decorated and was comfortable. The staff at the door and the check in/out was incredibly quick and easy. The location was rather nice, with easy access to the Tube and a street full of fast food and cheap pubs and places to eat.
The toilets was a toilet with a sink, and was so small that I am amazed they fit that much inside it. I managed to hit my head on the sink when rising too quickly from the toilet. The toilet's view when sitting down was an open window (the bathroom window had bars on resembling a Victorian mental asylum), a building opposite, another open window, and someone else's room and that person going about their business as I watched on (there was still not enough room to even turn your head). Breakfast consisted of bread, Tesco basic range jam doughnuts, soggy jam danishes, and juice. The breakfast reminded me of £10/night hostels rather than what I expected for the amount we were paying. The actual bedroom, despite a nice bed and a TV hidden away, had two chairs. No table, and the two chairs were completely immovable due to the layout of the room (nor was there any empty space to put the chairs had we wanted to move them), but there were two black chairs worth noting.
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