42% would recommend it to a friend
Comfortable but noisy
Clean comfortable and warm room.
Compact but more than adequate. Train noise and vibration was continual- well there were at least eight tracks right outside the quadruple glazed Windows. I was tired and slept reasonably well but the trains started up again at five shaking the room rendering further sleep impossible.
Cosy London Hotel
I stayed here when attending the SMX London event.
There was a great curry restaurant down the road from the hotel which I was able to get dinner from within my travel budget for expenses. The room was small but comfortable, and had everything I needed with regards to a tv and space from which to work whilst the location was conveniently located within walking distance of Earls court tube station. I'd certainly stay here again if I needed a London hotel in this area.
London Premier Kensington
Good clean accommodation.
Friendly reception and attention to our needs.
Closet in a Basement
Room was more of a closet (very very small) and in basement with little natural light.
Backed onto tube so many train noises which do not stop until after midnight and restart at 5am.
Disappointing compared to other Shafesbury hotels in the area
Near to Earls Court station and plenty of good restaurants nearby
No Wifi in the hotel rooms, only in the lobby, although cabled internet was offered, this wasn't an option for my Macbook and mobile signal was poor, so was unable to work at the desk in the room
Room was in the basement so had noise and vibration from the tube trains starting at 6am in the morning
Bathroom tiny and had inadequate screening around the shower so you would soak the floor and toilet seat every time you take a shower
Feeling quite worried about the train noise after reading some of the reviews, I had a good stay at this hotel.
I stayed in room 105 (the front side) and yes there was clearly noise from the train but it was not overbearing and I slept just fine. The breakfast was great too, with a large and generous selection of food. However, I did speak to a couple at breakfast who were stayin on the opposite side of the hotel who advised that the rain noise for them was very loud and had made it difficult to sleep. So I guess it depends as to where your room is as to the quality of your stay.
Terrible hotel, very very noisy
I stayed at the London Premier Kensington for two nights.
I arrived around 10am in the morning and as I expected, the room wasn't ready but the staff were friendly and they let me check in and leave my bags there for the day. I got back to the hotel at around 7pm that evening and was given room 101 on the ground floor at the back of the hotel. The room was tiny and very very hot. Most things seemed to be a bit tatty and well used, however, the room was clean. Unfortunately, within an hour I realised there was no way I would be able to sleep in the room due to the tube train noise. The rear of the hotel backed onto the Circle and District tube lines and had trains going past every couple of minutes. The trains were noisy and made the room vibrate, I know the trains run from about 5.30am to after midnight so there was no way I could stay in this room. I went to the desk to complain and they said the only alternative they had was a room on the very top floor which has a bad smell from the drains. I checked the room out and decided that a bad smell was better than the noise. While I was at the hotel, my colleague also stayed on the top floor in a room at the back of the hotel. She said the noise was terrible and kept her awake. I also heard someone complaining to the reception about their room on the third floor being unacceptable due to the noise. My room on the top floor (floor 5) and at the front of the hotel was still pretty noisy and I could hear the tube trains quite clearly so i can only imaging that any rooms at the rear of this hotel would be impossible ... i.e. half the rooms in the hotel. If you're lucky enough to get a front facing room (50/50 chance) then beware of the drains smell ... one of the staff told me this affected quite a lot of the rooms!. All in all stay well clear of this hotel ... at this price I would expect a reasonable quality hotel .
nice room but a bit small
Lovely staff, room clean and a comfortable bed, Just a bit on the small side.
Breakfast at sister hotel over the road was excellent.
Adequate for my trip
Stayed overnight last minute and paid £56.70.
The single room was tiny and the bathroom although nice in design is just simply too small, possibly the smallest single shower I have ever squeezed into. The mattress was poor and leant to the floor when on it and the noise of the nearby train lines meant that sleeping on this side of the hotel is particularly difficult. As I said, it was adequate for the purpose of the trip but I wouldn't stay again.
London Premier Kensington
Very help full staff .
clean tidy . food good only thing have to go to hotel over road.small room .very good to get any wear. thanks had good time.