Point West ApartmentsVery good, 4.0 from 2 reviews
South Kensington , London
Take your place among the South Ken set. Point West is a thoroughly modern renovation nestled in the corner of London’s coolest quarter. Deep in the west end, Point West Apartments enjoy incredible connections, world-class attractions and an elegant aesthetic all its own.
Offering studios and 1 and 2 bed apartments, Point West is a smart choice for both business and leisure travellers. With Gloucester Road tube station just across the road, you can be on the Piccadilly Line in minutes. Reaching from Heathrow to Bounds Green, crossing London fast is not a problem. And with Victoria train station only 3 miles away, the Gatwick Express will have you at the airport in 30 minutes. With a handful of popular supermarkets nearby you can also make great use of your own kitchen and dining space.
These uniquely presented, attractive apartments are designed with you in mind. Neutral palettes and robust fittings create a welcoming and hard-wearing space where you can really make yourself at home.
Kensington is synonymous with London’s great museums. The famous T-Rex at The Natural History Museum (NHM) pulls crowds during the day, but our eyes light up after dark. Both the NHM and Science Museums host a series of adult only ‘late’ events throughout the summer including live comedy and interactive exhibits fuelled by themed cocktails and canapés. In winter, the starlit ice-rink on the grounds of the NHM is about as festive a scene as we can muster.
As a result of these bountiful crowd-pleasers, the restaurants along the Cromwell Road tend to be fairly chaotic. We recommend strolling a little further towards Gloucester Road and Kensington High street where you’ll be spoilt for choice among fine French bistros like L’Etranger and Mersault, modern British gastropubs like Launceston Place, the Ivy Kensington Brasserie or Coco Momo and chic rooftop cocktail terraces.
Just a couple of tube stops north on the Piccadilly line and you can peruse the vintage clothes racks and street book vendors of Portobello Road, London’s favourite independent cinema the Electric and the exclusive boutiques and galleries of Westbourne Grove.