The Rembrandt

Address: 11 Thurloe Place, London, England, SW7 2RS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Brompton area of London, is near Victoria and Albert Museum, Brompton Oratory, Aquilla Health and Fitness Club, and Tokio.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Rembrandt London

    Reviewed by wolfsea

    an ok hotel i Kensington

    Reviewed Aug 30, 2014
    by (18 reviews) Oslo , Norway Flag of Norway

    Across from the A&V museum and relativly short distance to the tube its got nice location. The breakfast was ok.

    Keegan inspiserer rom
    South Kensington, United Kingdom

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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Rembrandt London

    Great value & location; though discovered


    I'm a stuffy and particular traveller -- but The Rembrandt largely delivered on its promise. First, the value is excellent. I booked the hotel through hotelassist and nailed a 109 rate for a quiet executive room (large room, mostly redone with modern new bath). Get the rooms toward the back or overlooking the central garden (of the homes next door -- South Kensington is one of the priciest locales in London, and so the neighboring homes are a delight). The location can't be beat -- see the other reviews. The V&A is totally under-rated and right across the street. Note it's open 'til 10 pm on Weds. -- great way to beat the crowds. Be sure to walk around the area -- the restaurants are great in any direction; Harrod's is 10 minute walk up the street (eat there -- you won't be disappointed); jogging through Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens is like Central Park -- enjoy tea at the Orangery and walk around the adjoining garden. Tube stops within a few blocks -- easy to get turned around in the S. Kensington station with all the tunnels, but you won't mind walking around to orient yourself.Downsides? (1) It's been discovered -- attracts fair amount of rif-raf scoping a deal who spoil the otherwise dignified feel; (2) not QUITE at the 4-star level -- sheets had small holes, blankets were a bit dated and wallpaper was beat up and peeling -- but the other improvements in the room (esp. the bathroom) made up for it; (3) breakfast crowds sometimes force waiting; (4) breakfast buffet very good, but avoid that greasy toast stuff and make your own. Still, can't beat the value, room size and location, so it gets a strong thumb's up! Enjoy one of the greatest cities in the world!

    Ab fab


    When I first went in the rembrandt I thouught I looked a bit posh and not me. the staff are wonderfull and helped me take my bags up to my room .The rooms are really nice and very spacious. I Would recomend this hotel to all my friends and will certainley come back to stay next year.

    Caution - Musty and shabby.


    Caution - Our room was musty, shabby, and hot - certainly not "four star" quality. Service was fine, but not exceptional. Perhaps you need the "upgrade" in order to get the quality that everyone else is talking about in their reviews. The location was very convenient. (7/2003)

    We loved the Rembrandt!!


    The location of the Rembrandt is excellent. It is across the street from the Victoria and Albert Museum and a few blocks from Harrods. I was not the least uncomfortable walking in this area after dark.The rooms were not exceptional but they were very well kept. The public rooms were beautiful.The hotel staff were all very nice and helpful.We will stay there again.

    Wonderful Hotle and Wonderful Location


    We stayed for 7 nights at the "oh so convenient" Rembrandt Hotel in South Kensington. The staff was fantastic (especially the Concierge Pablo, who helped us with theatre tickets, taxis and our flight reservations). Our room was a twin with plenty of space to stretch out, a seating area, a large bathroom, with all being very clean and recently updated. The area has lots of shopping, museums and restaurants galore. There are 2 tube stations within walking distance and the bus dropped us a half block away from the doorstep. I have been to London a few times and have finally found a hotel to return to time and time again.

    Choose The Rembrandt


    Found the Rembrandt on a discount site that featured it as the best value they had, checked out all the web reviews, and their own site with many pictures. Seemed too good to be true. Rate with full English breakfast buffet was fabulous for a deluxe full service British hotel. (April '03 during the war keeps the rates very competitive)From the moment we entered the beautiful lobby, Elena at the reception desk had a delightful smile that made us feel totally at home. (Every employee we encountered was delightful) She carefully helped us select the best place to stay in the hotel, describing the advantages of each location for our 7 day stay and allowed us to the room at 9:30AM to accomodate our early flight arrival. The bonus was a free upgrade to an Executive level room. (Superb berth for a 7 day stay) What more could you ask for!Rembrandt location is fabulous in Knightsbridge! Walkable in between two tube stops, bus stop out front, and great stores in one direction with scores of nice restaurants in the other. Across the street is the wonderful and free V&A museum with two more museums within a few blocks. The temptation is to never leave this area!I can't wait to go back.

    The Rembrandt


    This Hotel was really nice. I mean you could see Harrods from the door step. But it was not rated by american standerds, we would have rated it about a 3 star but not really a 4 star. They have a really nice restuarant and bar in it. But if ya like shopping and being about 15 buildings from Harrods this would be a great hotel for you, LoL !

    My favorite hotel


    As a frequent traveler to London, I have stayed at the Rembrandt several times, and each time has been superb. The service is outstanding, and the location (within easy walking distance of two tube stations, Harrod's, Kensington Palace, across the street from the Victoria and Albert Museum, and right smack in the middle of oh-so-trendy Knightsbridge) can't be beat. Cozy up to the fire one chilly London afternoon with your gratis newspaper, complimentary tea, or something stronger poured by the friendly bar-keep (this last isn't free, but reasonably priced,) and you'll want to extend your stay a day or two. The guests at the Rembrandt tend to be as well-mannered as the staff. This is my favorite hotel in London.

    The Rembrandt Rotten Rotten


    The rembrandt was the worst hotel i've ever stayed at in my life. The travvel agent recommended it. When we arrived the price was different, no air-conditioning, toilet that ran all night. the court yard was booked for weddings long into the night(loud). A burgler alarm went off next door for 4 hours 2-6 a.m. When I called down to complain the staff told me so what!! The people are rude and hated americans. If you like being overcharged and a block from Harrods, this is the place for you.

    Location location location


    Stayed at this hotel with two girl friends June 2002. Excellent location 1 min from South Kensington Tube station, a few minutes walk to Knightsbridge and Hyde Park. Nicely decorated on the whole friendly staff. One small complaint, we booked a triple room for three adults in three beds, they put a rollaway bed in a standard twin room and the room just wasnt big enough for three. so we were a bit crowded but if you opted for a room for 2 you should be fine. I would recommend this hotel for your next visit to London

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Rembrandt London

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Oct 07, 2015

    31 photos

    ... is largely guesswork. Only a couple of hand drawn general views of London from the early 1600s give any clues to the external appearance, and only 1 rough sketch as to its internal layout! We would like to have spent more time in the attached museum but had to scoot over to Piccadilly for the matinee of 'Book of Mormons'. Maybe high expectations because of the hype or that we paid a fortune for seats in the very back row of the dress circle, we found the ...


    A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 01, 2015

    ... normal in all aspects other than the gentleman next to Di became ill. He had earlier said that he did not like flying, and after about 6 hours or so he started to become quite pale. He was a young and timid Indonesian man and managed the whole vomiting episode that followed with dignity. Airline crew were very kind to him and made sure he was as comfortable as possible. Stopover in Singapore was uneventful and we were again on our ...

    More touring and the Globe finally to vacation

    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jul 13, 2015

    13 photos

    ... Paul's I think of the old woman from Mary Poppins feeding the birds on the steps. There were pigeons but no one feeding them. Good thing. It would be messy. There were some beautiful planted spaces near the cathedral so we spent a little time enjoying the area. We walked along the Thames briefly and then decided to head to the other side of the river on the Millennium Pedestrian Bridge. The Globe a Theatre is right there but we had about 5 hours to kill so ...

    It's London, Baby!

    A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on Jun 18, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... the Thames to get to the Tower of London. The boat was fun and had an interesting commentary.

    When we got to the Tower there was a Yeomen Warder tour just starting which we joined. This was a great way to learn the history of place which I knew nothing about! After the tour ended we went and looked at the Crown Jewels which are kept there.

    After that we took the boat ...

    Party To Your Heart’s Fill At Private Dining

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on May 04, 2015

    1 photo

    ... spirits, cognacs, single malts and blended whiskies. These can be accompanied with light snacks and bar food, served all day long. This stylish bar is the perfect venue for official dinners or lunches with affluent clients, and is even great for having a romantic date or a private get-together with friends or family.

    Shoreditch has a variety of options when it comes to private dining rooms, and you should surely check them out when you plan your next event!


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