With 140 en-suite rooms, Ambassadors Hotel London is a large and busy property located in London's Kensington area. The rooms are all light and airy, making them seem very spacious. They've been decorated and furnished in a style that is plain but pleasant, with easy chairs and all of the amenities one would expect from a 3 star hotel.
The property features a lobby where guests can purchase snacks and refreshments and the dining room serves Continental and English breakfasts each morning.
Located in Kensington, the hotel is in a rather prestigious area, surrounded by upmarket properties and restaurants, meaning guests will find themselves rubbing shoulders with the city's most privileged residents. The Earl's Court Exhibition Centre is just a short walk away, making this a popular destination for clients in town for a show or exhibition. The Natural History Museum along with the Victoria and Albert Museum is also a brief stroll away, whilst Hyde Park takes roughly 15 minutes to walk to. The nearest tube stations are Earl's court and Gloucester Road, both of which are on the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines and approximately a 5 minute walk away.
Children aged 2 and under stay free!
Kensington, central London. Nearest tube stations are Earl's Court and Gloucester Road, both on the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines.
24 hour reception - faxing - photocopying - lounge - coffee bar- breakfast
WiFi - en-suite - television - satellite channels - telephone - hair-dryer - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving through either of the city's main airports can take the Heathrow Express to Paddington or the Gatwick Express to Victoria. The former takes about 15 minutes, whilst the latter takes 30. From either of these stations guests can simply take the Circle Line service to Earl's Court tube station. On alighting at the station guests should exit and cross the road, making their way along Earl's Court Gardens, taking a right at the end of the road, followed by the second left where guests will find the hotel on the corner at the end of the road.
Those arriving by car will find that the most direct route through London is to leave the M25 at Junction 15 and take the M4 and subsequently the A4 towards central London. Guests should then turn right onto Collingham Road, where they will find the hotel on their left.