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Needed somewhere central (ish) without spending a fortune whilst in London on business and a budget. This place certainly fitted the bill, Room was clean, had all I needed - drinks, tv, bed, desk, bathroom, and all staff were polite and helpful. Although I Bpooked...More
Thank Mark D
Response from Linda S, Assistant Manager at Kensington Gardens HotelResponded 2 June 2014
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We are delighted to know the Kensington Gardens hotel fitted your requirements and look forward to welcoming you back.
I am currently staying at Kensington Gardens Hotel with two kids (age 12&13) in a 3-bedroom. The room is really nice, far superior to what I had imagined knowing that the hotel standard in London is generally lower than elsewhere. I had even warned about...More
1 Thank Maren L
Response from Linda S, Assistant Manager at Kensington Gardens HotelResponded 24 February 2014
Thank you for the kind comments. We are pleased to know that Kensington Gardens hotel exceeded your expectations and we are looking forward to welcome you back!
A simple place, but fantastic service. I was an idiot and left something in my room after I left. They searched high and low for it and found it for me. They posted it back to me. As it said, a simple place, nothing fancy,...More
2 Thank Katherine N
Response from Linda S, Assistant Manager at Kensington Gardens HotelResponded 18 February 2014
Thank you for the positive comments. We are delighted to know that you are happy with the service you recieved and very much hope to welcome you back to Kensington Gardens hotel.
Although I thought booked a en-suite single room for 2 nights, was allocated a double bed on the top floor. Cost £69 per night.
Room 3 had a single layer window, looking out to the back. Bed was fairly comfortable and the Samsung freeview TV...More
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Response from Linda S, Assistant Manager at Kensington Gardens HotelResponded 31 January 2014
Thank you for taking the time to review Kensington Gardens hotel. We highly value all customer feedback, as this is a great way of improving the service we provide. We would very much like to welcome you back to stay.
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