Kensington Suite Hotel

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

128 Holland Road, London, W14 8BD, United Kingdom

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38%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
2%
3
Very Good
19%
28
Average
17%
25
Poor
15%
23
Terrible
45%
66

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more and rated 29% lower than other 2.5 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families20
  • Couples19
  • Solo51
  • Business32
  • STEAL TO THEIR CUSTOMERS

    by

    I forgot personal belongings in the basement room we stayed.
    They said they had my items, but refuse to send ... 2 carriers have gone through my prepaid items and the hotel refused to deliver them.
    MY OPINION ABOUT THE Kensington Suite Hotel IS THAT STEAL TO THEIR CUSTOMERS! ITS MY CASE. IM WAITING 2 MONTHS AND NOTHING!!!

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Forum Posts

Accomodation for a group

by Wioolcia

Hi, we are group of 10 young people, who are going to visit London in October. We are looking for some cheap accomodation (it can be even one room for all ;) ). Can anyone recommend me something close to the city center?

Thanks for replies :)

Re: Accomodation for a group

by leics

The cheapest accommodation is in hostels, although no accommodation in London (or the UK) is really cheap.

Look at www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com You may even find one which has 10 beds in one dormitory.

Re: Accomodation for a group

by hawkhead

You could try the Easy Hotel, although I think you have left it a little late for any bargains.

Re: Accomodation for a group

by Roadquill

With that many people you may want to look into renting an apartment or two. I found that most economical with my family of 5. London has a wonderful metro system so you don't have to be in right in the center, for example by Piccadilly. You can get much better deals if you are a few tube stations out. Karl

Re: Accomodation for a group

by hawkhead

Apartment rental people might not be terribly keen to rent to a gaggle of young people..... just a thought. Also, apartments, while convenient and my accommodation of choice, tend to be expensive. Certainly much more expensive than hostel accommodation. Wonder when you are going in October, as schools' half term rears its ugly head in that month and London becomes even busier. Don't know when half term is but you can easily find out online, or else Leics will let you know!!

Re: Accomodation for a group

by leics

It may vary according to local education authority, but you can pretty much assume the last two weeks of October will be half-term for at least some LEAs in the UK (mine is the third week).

Re: Accomodation for a group

by Britannia2

You could try the Youth Hostel Association (YHA) hostels - there are several across London. Have a look at www.yha.org

Travel Tips for London

Foreign Language Students

by Wexen

I know that a great number of European and Asian people travel to the UK for a couple of weeks in the Summer to study and improve their English.
Whilst it is a good idea to help any Group Leaders find their charges in a crowd, the bags/backpacks and stickers which are provided by the companies that arrange these trips also give a good indication to less ruly members of British society, that they are a good target for mugging and assault.
It has become so bad in some areas that schools are boycotting those areas and no longer booking trips to them.

So if your child is coming to the UK for Language courses, please tell them not to use those bags,backpacks and stickers outside of arranged trips or when being met by their transport at airport and ferry terminals.

Stonehenge

by mjmaniezzo

Ok. SO . . . .

I Did it !!!!!!!! Yahooooooo

Thanks for the info.

I used LondonConnections the price was 36 pounds /hour and they were great. Not only did we go to Stonehenge but also to Salsibury and saw the Cathedral and the Magna Carta and the orginal site of the old Sarum (Castle).

Great Day

We met the driver just after 11:15 and returned to the sirport at 5:30.

The weather was beautiful the driver (Keith)on of the princples of the company was engaging, entertaining and knowedgable. Highly recommend this company.

It total we hired the driver for 5 hours.

Having said all that I should point out we did not rush through Stonehenge. We enjoyed the site and took our time to listen to the audio guide provided. Salisbury was a but shorter but we did stop for a guick scones and tea and also spent some time chatting with the guide/guard and the Magra Carta.

London is an Attitude

by mrclay2000

A vast representation of London's architecture is brooding, stony-faced and ashen. Featureless blocks of granite in every neighborhood loom four, five and six stories high, so many faces all frowning, grave and sober. The severity of these lifeless blocks may have been designed to reflect the stiff upper lip of the English mindset, but they also rob too many cityscapes of any impressions of joy or laughter.

B4 there was photography there was painting!

by irisbe

Arrived at Leicester Square I notice a statue in honour of Sir Joshua Reynolds, a 18th century portrait painter. Born in Devon, he has been apprenticed by Thomas Hudson. Next he moved to London, then to Italy and passing over Paris back to London.
Because of the help of Lord Edgecumbe, and because of his talent, he became the most popular portrait painter of the age.
His fame made him rich so he could afford himself a big house in Leicester Fields. As happened with many painters they let their pupils participate in their work and his students have been regularly been responsible for the background painting of his works.
All this good fortune made him deserve the title of first president of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The honours didn?t stop: in 1769 he was knighted and in 1784 he officially became principal royal portrait painter.
After he died in on February 23rd in 1792, he was buried in the St. Paul?s Cathedral. Funny to reflect on the fact that he has painted so many portraits and now he is pictured by so many tourists :-)

Must grin cheesily and point at all women

by gussymons

This ancient English custom is obeyed always. When speaking to women in dresses, one must grin and point at them with one hand.

Otherwise they will go and report you to the police for aggravated rudeness.

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Address: 128 Holland Road, London, W14 8BD, United Kingdom