The hotel is located in fashionable Kensington, next to Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace. There is a bus stop in front of the hotel and the Kensington High Street underground station is just a few minutes on foot. The rooms are spacious and well furnished with the added extra of an outside seating area with views of Kensington Palace and Hyde Park. There is also a desk area with Internet access designed with the business user in mind. Rooms are equipped with CD and DVD players, mini bar, interactive TV, video on demand, computer games and jukebox! Bathrooms are furnished and maintained to the same high standard of the bedroom. The hotel has two restaurants, one on the ground floor and one on the top floor, both are very tastefully furnished and decorated. The roof restaurant offers beautiful views and a dance area with a grand piano. The hotel is a large modern grey building. The large lobby is tiled with polished tiles, it features a long wooden reception desk and along the window front is a comfortable seating area which also features a white grand piano. The lobby is decorated in a modern style with a warm colour scheme. This is a quality hotel, situated within central London. 07/07 RP).
By Bus: The no. 9 bus runs a frequent service between Hammersmith and The Aldwych passing Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square. The no. 10 bus runs from Hammersmith to Archway passing Hyde Park Corner and Oxford Street. The no. 52 bus runs from Shepherds Bush to Victoria Station passing Hyde Park Corner. Journey Planner By Rail: The hotel is accessible from all London mainline stations via the Circle line tube to High Street Kensington. Alternatively take a taxi directly to the hotel from all mainline stations. By Tube: The closest station to the hotel is High Street Kensington station on the Circle and District lines. From the station turn right onto Kensington High Street. The hotel can then be found 200 metres away on the left hand side of the street. Journey Planner By Car: The Hotel is situated on the a315 which is accessible from the a4 (please see location map). By Air: Heathrow Airport 15 miles / 24 km west of Central London just off the m4 motorway. A traditional black taxi will cost you in the region of 45 to 50 pound to or from Heathrow and will take around 35 to 40 minutes. The quickest, cheapest and most reliable way of travelling to or from Heathrow and Central London is by the Piccadilly Line Tube with a journey time of approximately 50 minutes and a cost of £3.80. The Heathrow Express runs from Paddington Station and takes about 15 minutes at a cost of £13.00 each way. A chauffeur driven limousine is probably the most comfortable way to travel and prices range from £70.00. Limo Bikes (motorcycles!) are an excellent fun way to travel to London's Heathrow Airport taking about 30 minutes at peak times at a cost of around £45.00. Gatwick Airport 30 miles / 50 km south of London off the m23 motorway. A traditional black taxi will take you there in around 60 minutes. The cost is negotiable as it is outside the London perimeter and the cab driver is not obliged to use his meter, so good deals can sometimes be had! Expect to pay around £90.00. The Gatwick Express train from Victoria Station is the fastest and easiest service to Gatwick. The journey takes about 30 minutes and trains run every 15 minutes at a cost of £13.00 one way and £20.00 return. The Flight Line bus from Victoria coach station is cheaper than the Gatwick express; however, it takes 75 to 90 minutes at a cost of £7.50. a chauffeur driven limousine will take you to Gatwick at cost from around £115.00 or alternatively the Limo Bike for around £65.00. Luton, Stanstead and City Airport are all within one and a half hours journey of the hotel..
The Park Suites are overlooking Kensinton Gardens and offer a separate sitting room with desk area and a table that can seat up to 6 people for either a meeting or dining. The Park Suite consists on a living room and 1 bedroom ( 1 King size bed and a double sofa bed and connects to a deluxe twin room)
Rooms are equipped with CD and DVD players, minibar, interactive TV, video on demand, computer games and jukebox! Bathrooms are furnished and maintained to the same high standard of the bedroom..
The large lobby is tiled with polished tiles, it features a long wooden reception desk and along the window front is a comfortable seating area which also features a white grand piano. The lobby is decorated in a modern style with a warm colour scheme..
Royal Garden Hotel Exterior
The hotel is a large modern grey building..
Royal Garden Hotel Area
15 kms to the airport (heathrow);50 kms to the airport (gatwick);5 minute walk to the nearest metro station (high st kensington);5 km to the nearest station (victoria);1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop;2 km to the nearest fair site (earls court & olympia).
Park Terrace Restaurant
Spacious, light and elegant, the Park Terrace has a wonderfully convenient location adjacent to Kensington Palace and gardens. With its focus on fresh British produce, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and all day snacks.
Located on the tenth floor of the hotel, this authentic Chinese restaurant specialises in sumptuous Dim Sum, spicy Sichuan and the famous Beijing duck cooked in a wood-burning duck oven. With spectacular views over Kensington Gardens, the restaurant seats 80 people, and has a private dining room for 20 people.
Visitors to the hotel’s bar, Bertie’s, will be greeted by legendary Bar Manager, Luis Cobas who has been at the hotel for over 30 years. The relaxed and stylish Bertie’s bar boasts a fun and friendly ambiance created by Luis, a host who will guarantee warm hospitality, excellent service and total discretion..