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Holiday Inn London - Kensington Forum

97 Cromwell Road



SW7 4DN 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 3pm

Check Out: 12pm

Check-in Age:18

E-mail Hotel

44 207 3706815



London - Kensington Forum 97 Cromwell Road

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Location Highlights
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
South West
Distance from Hotel:
2 MI/ 3.22 KM North West
Convenience Store:
0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM West
Must See

Must See

London's West End has an array of shows, from the likes of The Lion King to the infamous Hamilton. We highly recommend a visit to the Royal Albert Hall which showcases some of the world's most famous musicians and talent. A trip to London would not be the same without a trip to Kensington Palace, which is iconic to our history and attracts international travellers.
Must Do

Must Do

London’s markets are great places to sample vibrant multicultural flare while you pick up a few bargains. The best two markets for foodies are Borough Market and Brick Lane, which offer mouth watering street food. For fashionistas we highly recommend going to Portobello road where there are vintage clothing and antique jewellery. There is a market in London for everyone.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

A visit to Harrods, a 10-minute bus ride from the hotel, is a memorable experience even if you don't buy anything. The legendary store has a bewildering array of goods and services spread over its 330 departments. You can take the Egyptian Escalator to Earl Grey and scones at the Tea Room, or choose from the vast selection of mouth watering delights on offer in the massive food hall.


Whether you are exploring the local neighbourhood or venturing further a field, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained. For local attractions, we highly recommend going to the local museums, including Natural History Museum, Science Museum. They often have ticketed events which you can purchase online, however, the majority of the exhibitions are free and do not disappoint.