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If you like to walk, stay in Oakley hotel is a perfect possibility to learn London by foot. Battersea Park on the other side of the Thames (5 minute walk). Not more than 30-40 minutes till Victoria & Albert Museum, Kensington gardens, Hyde park, Buckingham...More
dirty , dark damp, shower only has two options, very hot and bloody freezing, Reception was non-existent, WI-FI only worked in the halls so more often than not half the guests were sitting around trying to use there devices, Wall paper was ripping off the...More
The location of the Oakley considering the price is amazing plus there was a free breakfast. Central to all that you would need to see, there is an amazing pancake restaurant nearby. The rooms were clean and beds comfy. The staff were really friendly and...More
The Oakley Hotel is a charming and well run small hotel in one of the nicest neighborhoods in London. It's great place to save money without compromising on quality in a very expensive city. The money you will save on accomodation staying here can be...More
The Oakley Hotel, in up-scale Chelsea, London, is a delightful and price-worthy alternative to both expensive boutique hotels and soul-less chain hotels. It is a great place to save money in a very expensive city.
It is an on-going home-grown renovation, a personal labor of...More
Wealth courses through The King's Road, Chelsea's upmarket artery of West London life packed with shops, eateries and glitzy nightspots. For people-watching at its best and luxury retail therapy that's largely unrivalled, this area cannot be missed. But if this showy street starts to overwhelm or a moment of price tag shock sends you reeling, a quick detour down pretty much any of many King's Road veins will reveal
a quieter side of Chelsea. Here the stately Royal Hospital hosts its world-famous flower show, and the Thames rolls along at a lazy pace, with leafy Battersea Park and its Peace Pagoda beckoning from across the river.