The wealthiest area in London, Kensington is tucked away between Kensington Gardens and Holland Park. This charming neighbourhood boasts of quiet residential streets, elegant Victorian and Georgian homes and beautiful trees. There are some interesting places in this area including Natural History, Science and Victoria and Albert Museums, putting history on exhibition. Apart from this, this regal neighbourhood is popular for being home to the royal residence – the Kensington Palace, former home of late Princess Diana. The neighbourhood is a good option for tourists who want to stay a little way out of the centre yet in the exclusive residential address. The open lush green spaces, wide footpaths lined with lovely trees and plenty of pretty garden squares are the star attraction in this area. For tourists and locals, the area is matchless for shopping, including London’s most iconic department stores nearby. Not to miss, the historic and stunning Hyde Park is also located in this vicinity of this neighbourhood. Plan an extended stay in London to explore all these excellent things the place has to offer.
Kensington neighbourhood is famous for being home to London’s most iconic museums namely -Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum or the Science Museum. These reputed museums have a huge collection of art that attracts tourists from across the globe. You’ll find some great architectural marvels in almost every corner in this neighbourhood, from the Robert Albert Hall to Brompton Oratory Catholic Church. Apart from some interesting buildings, the area is filled with great shops, boutiques and restaurants along its length. Visiting this palace, you’ll never be short of places to shop in or dine at. For those looking for an exclusive shopping experience may prefer the boutiques along Brompton Road, Fulham Road and Bute Street. All these streets are popular for The French Bookshop, Moxon’s Fishmongers and the toy shop Snap Dragon can also offer more than a few surprises.
Kensington is served by all major modes of transportation like tubes, overground trains, and buses. From this neighbourhood, you can reach Heathrow Airport in less than an hour by the Piccadilly Line service. Travelling from Kensington to east and west London is very easy and you need to only change trains once. Areas like Monument takes 18 minutes, 16 minutes to King’s Cross and 20 minutes to Highbury & Islington. If you are travelling by train, the nearest Overground station is West Brompton. Bus services from South Kensington include the 14 (to Warren Street), 74 (to Baker Street) and C1 (to Victoria). So, the neighbourhood is quite easy to access and getting around from here is extremely convenient.
Kensington neighbourhood boasts of exclusive, beautiful Victorian and Georgian architecture in London and there is no shortage of places to stay in Kensington. You can see some stunning red brick houses here, the most beautiful of them are situated around Cadogan Square. These are still some of the area’s exclusive properties, few of which have been converted into flats. During your trip to London, stay at our serviced apartments in Kensington, which are tastefully designed and well-connected to the public transportation network. We offer excellent places to stay in Kensington that cater to all tastes and budgets. During your short term stay in Kensington apartment, you will surely enjoy every bit of it as the architecture is wonderful and equips all modern amenities. You can choose from quite a number of apartments from our website to make your extended stay in London comfortable. If you are looking for a short or long term corporate accommodation in Kensington, look no further, book our exclusive apartments to make your stay memorable and comfortable.