Address: 14 Barkston Gardens, Earls Court, London, - London, England
Located in a leafy side street, stone steps lead up to the reception area with fresh flowers and deep red armchairs. Once a home for Catholic women, the high-ceilinged Georgian building offers businesspeople and couples a relaxed retreat away from the bustle of Earls Court.
Renovations in the late 1990s restored the original cornices of this Georgian building, while bringing bedrooms and bathrooms up to modern standards. Guests can unwind with a drink in the breakfast room-cum-bar or opt for room service and plug their computers into the dial-up internet service in their rooms.
The Albert Memorial, commissioned by Queen Victoria in the 19th century to commemorate her late husband, Prince Albert, is just a 10-minute walk away in Hyde Park. An elaborate structure with various friezes and pillars of red granite, it has recently been restored to its original splendor and recovered in gold leaf.
THE BALANCE OF THE FIRST NIGHT WILL BE CHARGED BEFORE THE ARRIVAL, IF THE CHARGE WON'T BE AUTHORIZED THE BOOKING WILL BE CANCELED AND THE DEPOSIT WON'T BE REFUNDED
WHEN YOU BOOK USING A DEBIT CARD (SUCH AS VISA ELECTRON) BE SURE THAT THE AMOUNT FOR THE COST OF THE FIRST NIGHT IS AVAILABLE.
Customers may cancel up to 48 hours before arrival (midday) free of charge, after this time the 1st night charge applies