Whilst Earl's Court may not quite have the cache of nearby Kensington or Chelsea just yet, it nonetheless boasts an enviable central London location close to several sightseeing highlights and with easy access to the rest of the capital. The hotel is located conveniently for business travellers given its proximity to the Earl's Court and Olympia Exhibition Centres, as well as being close to tourist sites including the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and V&A Museum. The shops and department stores of Knightsbridge are within walking distance, as is the greenery of Hyde Park. The West End with its multitude of bars, restaurants and theatres is easily accessible via the Tube. The nearest Underground station is Earl's Court, providing access to the District and Piccadilly lines - this means that Heathrow Airport is simple to get to given its position at the end of the Piccadilly line.
There is not a huge range of facilities on offer at the Olympia Hotel, although free WiFi is available in all public areas. There are also multilingual staff on-hand to help you organise your trip and resolve any queries or difficulties.
The 25 guest rooms at the Olympia Hotel are ideal for those who are looking for an affordable base from which to explore the city, given that they are quite small and modestly furnished but comfortable enough to return to after a busy day in the capital. Each room is decorated plainly, with a simple selection of essential furnishings and a neutral colour scheme. Occupancies of single, double, triple and quad rooms are available. In-room amenities are limited but do include a television, free WiFi access, telephone, coffee and tea making facilities and ironing board, in addition to a private bathroom.
The hotel does not have its own restaurant as such, but there is a breakfast room located on the ground floor with an open plan kitchen as part of its design. A continental breakfast is served each day between 8.00am and 9.00am, and is included in the room rate. For all your other meals, there are plenty of dining options in the local area and further into central London and the West End.