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With its ivied mews, row upon row of Poppins-esque white washed mansions, and placid garden squares, it's easy to see the charms of South Kensington. And with superb access to Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as the largely child-friendly and mostly free Museum Quarter (not to mention more major attractions like Royal Albert Hall) such charms are easy to make the most of. As welcoming and cosmopolitan as it is reserved and residential, South Kensington is always a hit with visitors.
This museum was average . The entrance was interesting but the rest was an average science center . It was free and did have some interesting exhibits on volcanos and earthquakes . There was a unique butterfly exhibit but it was an additional fee . It is worth a quick visit if you have extra time but don't plan too...
To see everything would take a long time, there is so much. It has galleries and exhibits covering all areas of science, maths and engineering. There are quite a few interactive exhibits and ones with video "labels" rather than just text.
Fabulous place to just go & "be". Beautifully kept gardens with the flamingoes & ducks. We were there on a cold damp April lunchtime and found a nice warm cosy outdoor room complete with cushions & footstools where we ate our picnic as the Babylon restaurant was way above our budget. A truly delightful place to get away from it...
Had a tour of the Royal geographical society, got to see possible the oldest atlas in the world along with several exhibitions , which were absolutely amazing. The knowledgable staff and fantastic donations make it an absolutely must see and do for any adventurer, map lover, expedition follower etc. Would go 100 times over! 😍
From the outside this looks like a fairly unassuming restaurant on a quiet corner, but what a great experience!
We are from the £30 pre-theatre menu and it was very impressive. Service was impeccable, the food was excellent, and the additional courses/canapés were a fantastic touch.
An awesome wine menu, although they could have had more accessible options (the number...
We had a 3 course meal here before seeing the beach boys. Everything was perfect, our greeting on arrival, our waiter simon. The food was delicious and beautifully presented. I really can't recommend this place enough. It is a little expensive but well worth it.
Stayed at The Kensington Hotel while attending the Chelsea flower show. On the first night we stayed in a superior room but had a few problems. Spoke with the front desk in the morning before going to the show. On our arrival back late afternoon to be told that we had been upgraded what a great surprise, now that is...
"A great "little" hotel close to Hyde Park and Kensington Palace "
reviewed 2 days ago by Peter H
A place to feel home, a great "little" 5* hotel close to Hyde Park and Kensington Palace, very friendly and effective staff, quiet rooms, very god breakfast and close to the Royal Albert Hall for concerts.
Easy to find , very central location , we received a warm welcome and good advice regards bars and cafes etc - The rooms whilst small were comfortable and extremely clean with a nice shower , overall good value and I would 100% return
My daughter and I spent a week exploring London from the Ampersand. This was her first trip to the UK capital and the hotel helped make it a very special experience.
The concierge service was good and the staff were friendly. The downstairs breakfast area was a great place to plan our day.
I occasionally felt that it was looking...
The staff at the Nadler is exceptionally helpful and the hotel will be our "go to" spot in London in the future. The location is very nice neighborhood and i felt like i was going home instead of back to my hotel. Very convenient to the tube and many nice restaurants as well.