The Nadler Kensington

25 Courtfield Gardens, London, SW5 0PG, United Kingdom
(4 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Well Executed Concept

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 21, 2011

We stayed at Base-2-Stay Kensington for 4 nights on the 2nd leg of a summer leisure trip. It was an ideal accomodation for independent travelers: equipped with bar sink, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and free wi-fi; and convenient to 2 metro stations, several bus lines, and 2 neighborhood parks. The entire staff, from on-line and telephone reservations, to front desk, has obviously received quality training, which shows in every aspect of the operation.

Unique Quality: The Base-2-Stay is located 1 block from the Earl's Court Metro station which is on a direct line to/from Heathrow Airport, and is luggage friendly, althought the station elevator ("lift" in localese) is due to be out of service for several weeks follwing our visit. Also, if you take the Light Rail Express train from Heathrow (rather than the Metro), you will have to change to the Metro for Earl's Court at Paddington station, which is non-luggage friendly. The hotel is very well maintained, and clean throughout. (A maintenance person was even "touching-up" the trim paint around the front door.) While some might miss an on-site restaurant, the Base-2-Stay furnishes in-room, brew-your-own coffees and teas, and the rooms are outfitted so as to enable guests to shop nearby for fresh fruit, juice, wine, cheese, pastries, etc., and spend money elsewhere than on overpriced hotel breakfasts. Nearby, for the Ameri-nostalgic or over-dosed on bangers and mash, are a Starbucks, Burger King, and KFC.

Directions: Kensington, 1 block from the Earl's Court Metro station on the Picadilly and District Lines.

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Earl's Court Accommodation

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 30, 2006

After reading an article in the NY Times, I opted to try a recenlty opened hotel in London. As anyone who has been to London knows, accommodation is hit or miss and almost always rather pricey. This hotel advertises as a simple, 'no frills' hotel, yet despite it's relatively cheap price (£80 single, £90 double) it is a very good hotel option if you are looking to stay in the West End (especially considering many other, much older and dilapidated hotels run at the same price).

Unique Quality: Highlights include:
1. Cleanliness (was opened in Sept. 2006) - you can still smell the newness of the paint and carpet
2. It's quiet yet conveniently located to Earl's Court tube station and nearby restaurants. The building is on a quiet side street away from traffic noise.
3. Free internet access from the flatscreen t.v. in your hotel room
4. Build in kitchenette in each room (microwave, water cooker, plates and utensils, sink and refridgerator)
5. Overall condition is quite good - new faucets so shower works well, new tiles in bathroom, etc.

Directions: 3-5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station

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The Nadler Kensington

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

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Address: 25 Courtfield Gardens, London, SW5 0PG, United Kingdom

Amenities at The Nadler Kensington

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Free High Speed Internet

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