With rooms catering for up to five guests, this is a great budget hotel for large families. Kids will enjoy playing in the Nevern Square Gardens across the road, which is also a great location for a picnic or evening stroll. With Earl's Court Exhibition Centre and the city's museums all within walking distance of the hotel and nestled between the area's numerous cafes and restaurants, guests will find enough in the immediate area to keep them occupied for a weekend. Additionally, the Earl's Court tube station is just a five minute walk from the hotel, where the Piccadilly, District and Circle Lines will be waiting to take you to the rest of the city, meaning that attractions such as Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and Westminster are just a short tube journey away.
The rooms have all been decorated in a simple but modern style and include all of the amenities that one would expect to find. All rooms have their own bathrooms with either a bath or shower and some rooms look out on to the tranquil Nevern Gardens. WiFi is available for all guests.
Kensington, central London. Nearest tube station is Earl's Court Road, on the Piccadilly, District and Circle Lines.
24 hour reception - fax service - WiFi - multilingual staff
Guests arriving through either of the city's main hotels will find getting into the city centre a simple journey. The Heathrow Express runs to Paddington station and the Gatwick Express to Victoria. Both of these railway stations are on the Circle Line, which guests can use to get to Earl's Court tube station. Guests should exit the station left and take the first left on to Trevobir Road, followed by the second right, first left and finally a right on to Nevern Square.
Guests arriving by car will find the most direst route to be to approach from the west, leaving the 25 at Junction 15 and following the M4 and subsequently the A4 into central London. After approximately 13 miles guests should turn right on to Earl's Court Road before they reach the Cromwell Hospital. Guests should then take the second right on to Nevern Place, followed by the third left on to Nevern Square.