Premier Inn London Kensington (Olympia) Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn London Kensington (Olympia) Hotel
After a bit of trouble getting a room to suit us we were more than happy. The service was very good and the room quiet and comfortable. It is a 10min walk to the closest tube station.
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