The Kensington Hotel

Address: 109-113 Queen's Gate, London, England, SW7 5LR, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Natural History Museum, South Bank, Seven Dials, and Baden-Powell House.
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    London a WOW city

    A travel blog entry by camrankin on Sep 13, 2015

    40 photos

    ... bloom at the end of September? We have been in many rose gardens this summer, but until yesterday, we did not see OUR ROSE, called double delight. We were excited to finally stumble upon it not once, but two days in a row! I have enclosed a few pictures. It is special to us anyway. Hope you enjoy our view. Today was our last day, and of course we ...

    We're worn out

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... of mayhem. At Oxford
    Circus, the underground is closed and the hari krisha chanters commandeer a
    street and the traffic is at a standstill and so are we as we attempt to walk
    to the West End to see what we can see.

    We are tired and decide to forego theater tonight and we
    grab a taxi back to Foley Street. London taxis are the most civilized on the planet.
    The drivers know every street and lane, speak the Queen’s English properly and


    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 16, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... br>
    Lawrence Johnston was born in Baltimore, studied at Oxford, and, in 1901, moved to England with his mother Gertrude Winthrop (she had remarried) and became a British citizen. Gertrude bought Hidcote Manor in 1907; after fighting in the Boer War, Lawrence joined her and began planning his garden of rooms, his "life's work". In his words (from the brochure at the garden), "(i)t took some thirty years to transform some ...

    Our Day in London

    A travel blog entry by aacamuso on Apr 25, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the band marching in (not usual, done for the celebration). So while we missed some up close sightings because of the celebration, we also got to see some extras because of it. The afternoon was our free time and we were split in three. Micki, Ethan and Alex went to a football game, Cole visited family, and the rest of us managed three items. First we checked out the Churchill War Rooms. Next we took ...

    30-31 March: London

    A travel blog entry by johnny2015 on Mar 31, 2015

    4 photos

    My first impression of London: colder than Grenada, where our last full day there was 27 degrees.

    Our first day in London: First we bought Oyster cards, which gave us a discount on public London transport. Then we walked around the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey. Next we went to the Tate Modern art gallery, and I enjoyed the sculptures there. We had lunch there, and then we went on to the Globe Theatre.

    The Globe is ...