London Lodge Hotel
The beautifully furnished London Lodge Hotel was originally built in 1880 as two distinctive and gracious Victorian residences. Situated in the quiet and historic Kensington area of London, this small town house hotel has a style and charm all of its own. The London Lodge Hotel prides itself on its quality and personalised service.
Each of the twenty-eight first class rooms are sumptuously furnished with the very latest in luxury facilities combined with sophisticated Louis XVI style furniture. Each floor has a different colour scheme with each room individually designed to reflect the traditional English elegance of the hotel.
Breakfast is served in Stephanie's Café Bar. Alternatively, breakfast may be served in the comfort of your bedroom for a small extra charge. The high spot of any visit to England is the traditional English breakfast which we freshly cook to order.
In the evening, Stephanie's Café Bar is open for you to enjoy either a drink or one of the international specialties from our a la carté menu, including vegetarian dishes. Pre-theatre dinner can also be arranged. Food service can be arranged outside these hours, please contact reception if you require any further information.
London Lodge Hotel is located in the heart of Kensington, one of the finest areas of London, and is minutes from Earls Court, Knightsbridge (renowned for Natural History, Science, and Victoria & Albert Museums), as well as the exclusive shopping areas of High Street Kensington, Kings Road and Knightsbridge, comprising both boutiques and the internationally famous department store, Harrods.
Both the underground (District and Piccadilly lines) and London's famous red buses (C1, 328 and 74) give easy access to the theatres and nightlife of London's West End.
Many say that London is the most charming city in Europe. With over 8 million people living in it, the capital of the UK has become one of the most popular destinations in Europe. London's history can be dated back to the 1st century, when the Romans estabilished the settlement called Londinium, with no intention to build regular road system. This intention has not changed during the centuries, so London's road system has remained like that, which gives the whole city a pleasant vibe.
All of the districts preserved they diverse architectural characteristics and each of them have a High Street in the centre, with numerous shops, boutiques, pubs and clubs.
Besides the famous sights of London - the Big Ben, the Tower Bridge, the Buckingham Palace, the London Eye or the red double-decker buses - the people in London are also proud of their cultural life.
Whether in the glittering West End, gazing across to the Houses of Parliament from Waterloo Bridge, marvelling at Bank and Moorgate’s glossy towers or strolling the fashionable streets of Shoreditch, there can be no doubt you’re in one of the greatest cities on earth.