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Hotel Indigo London – Kensington *

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Europe › England › London › Kensington
Location Details
Hotel Indigo London – Kensington puts the best of London at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable. With its central location just a short distance from Harrods, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Gardens, West Brompton train station and Earls Court underground station, guests can enjoy the convenience and experience London all within reach.
General Information
Mirroring the vibrant atmosphere of the Earl’s Court neighborhood, Hotel Indigo London – Kensington draws you in to a haven where retro designs meet contemporary amenities. Images of London landmarks adorn the stairwells, while boudoir-style guestrooms entice you in with vibrant colors and sepia murals capturing features of Victorian London. Guests can enjoy freshly prepared Italian specialties at Theo's Simple Italian Restaurant. Relax with exclusive drinks from the bistro bar. Immerse yourself in a refreshing and inviting guest experience that is truly reflective of the local neighborhood.

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Room Details

Guestrooms and suites at the boutique hotel are individually designed and feature a high-definition television, a desk with complimentary Wi-Fi access, a spa-like bathroom, tea maker, mini-bar, and a mini-fridge. Additional features include Aveda toiletries and rain showers. Categories include standard guestrooms, executive club level guestrooms and suites.

Guest Services

Amenities include a business center, complimentary Wi-Fi, dry cleaning, concierge services, and daily housekeeping.


Theo's Simple Italian | A classic, rustic Italian all-day restaurant and deli, offering the very best of Italian food from acclaimed chef Theo Randall.


Guests will find relaxation in the hotel’s spa featuring multiple treatments and massages.


Guests will enjoy the fitness center featuring cardiovascular equipment and free weights.

Nearby Attractions

Kensington, its concert hall and trio of museums became a cultural magnet in Victorian times. Here the Royal Albert Hall first attracted eager crowds to classical concerts and the grandiose Victoria and Albert Museum will open your eyes to a world of incomparable art and design. To this day, visitors pour in to see dinosaur skeletons at the Natural History Museum, and visit period salons in Kensington Palace to be brushed with royal stardust. In contrast, neighboring Earl’s Court offers cool gigs at the Troubadour, edgy drama at the Finborough Theatre and British ingenuity in the Design Museum. Step outside and a magical blend of classical and contemporary culture awaits you.

Land price is per person based on double occupancy (unless noted) for select travel dates shown. Air-inclusive vacations are for gateways noted. Rate quoted includes government-imposed fees and taxes and any necessary currency exchange rates. Rate is current when priced, at the time you purchase your vacation, rate may be higher. Rate does not include any applicable daily resort or facility fees (and in Europe, city tourist taxes) payable directly to the resort at check-out; such fees will be advised at the time of booking. Subject to availability and change; certain restrictions and black out dates may apply. Additional airline restrictions may apply, contact the airline directly with questions.

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