From the patterns in the carpeted stairways to the lofty ceilings, Bailey's Hotel London has a sense of the grand about it. It's partially due to the fact that this is one Victorian townhouse that retains its heritage, steeping itself in period grandeur.
It matches its prestigious surroundings, located in the midst of Kensington, with Chelsea a short walk to the south. The hotel is surrounded by fantastic shopping districts, fine restaurants and theatres. The National History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum are both short walks away, with Hyde Park just beyond. Gloucester Road tube station is just along the road and is serviced by the Central, District and Piccadilly Lines, giving guests convenient access to the rest of the city including all of London's most famous sights; the City of Westminster, Theatreland and Covent Garden, to name a few.
As a 4 star property the hotel has been designed to serve all manner of visitors, from leisure guests to business guests. It has its own babysitting service for young children, whilst the fitness centre, complete with the latest cardiovascular equipment, is available completely free of charge. Meanwhile, corporate guests can make use of the many facilities available in the business centre or the meeting rooms.
For guests who do not wish to explore the area's many fine dining options, the hotel has enough venues to suit the most discerning pallet. There are five dining options, serving everything from Cantonese to Indian, coffee to champagne, meaning that visitors never have to leave the hotel for a meal.
Kensington, central London. Nearest tube station is Gloucester Road on the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines.
business centre - internet access - secretarial services - printing - scanning - binding and laminating - faxing service - photocopying service - babysitting service - high chairs - cots - concierge - 24 hour room service - laundry and dry cleaning service - foreign exchange - fitness centre
satellite television - pay per view movies - telephone - ironing facilities - mini-bar - hair-dryer - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving through the city's main airports can take either the Heathrow Express through to Paddington train station, or the Gatwick Express to Victoria train station. From either of these stations the hotel is easily accessible via the Circle Line, which guests should take to Gloucester Road tube station. On exiting, guests should turn left and walk a hundred yards down Gloucester Road where they will find Bailey's Hotel London. Alternatively multiple taxi services are available from any of the city's airports and train stations.
Those arriving by car should leave the M25 at Junction 15, following the M4 and subsequently the A4 towards central London. Guests should stay on the A4 until they reach the A3220 Earl's Court Road onto which they should take a right followed by a left onto Old Brompton Road. Guest should stay on Old Brompton Road until they reach Gloucester Road onto which they should take a final left.