The Nadler Kensington
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- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Nadler Kensington, you’ll be centrally located in London, convenient to Natural History Museum and Royal Albert Hall. This 4-star hotel is close to Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.
Make yourself at home in one of the 65 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Flat-screen televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours).
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the Nadler Kensington. The location was very accessible, within 2 mins of Earl's Court Tube station. The rooms were comfortable and clean. Hotel staff was pleasant and very friendly, unlike some other hotels we stayed in where there was clear differentiation between guests. The Nadler's staff was kind and professional to every guest. The only thing I would suggest is for there to be breakfast options within the hotel and probably to install a heater in the bathrooms as they can quite cold during the winter months.
On the occasion of my birthday we spent 6 days in London and therefore 5 nights in this hotel. I can recommend it absolutely unreservedly:
1.) The service is amazing. Without exception, all employees were incredibly friendly and sincere in their efforts to make the most of your stay. We got excellent recommendations and even if the heating wasn't quite right, they helped us out directly with a small radiant heater.
2.) The room was very clean and had everything we needed. First I had to consider that the bed, which is only 1.80m long, could be problematic for my friend, who is 1.79m tall. I noticed this only 3 days before the start of the trip and so it was clear that rebooking to the next higher category will probably not be possible - especially not in the pre-Christmas period. That was also the case, but luckily it turned out that my boyfriend was doing just fine. But beware, you shouldn't be bigger and the bed is only 1.20m wide, so you should like each other very much. :D If that bothers you, you can't avoid the next higher category. The bed itself was very comfortable, tended to be a bit firmer and the pillows were also remarkably good. I found the microwave very pleasant, with which I could warm up my cherry stone pillow for the cold nights in bed. In the morning I often enjoyed a cup of tea or coffee, which is free in the small kitchen. We also filled our water bottles for the day in the small kitchen, since a Britta filter is permanently installed. The bathroom has a towel heater and the shower is generous - there were water fluctuations, but they were limited. It is also very praiseworthy that the shower is actually tight. I can't really say when this was last the case in other hotels and I travel to other countries several times a year for business. Our room was located in the direction of a backyard, so that from the fourth floor one had a quite nice view. No skyline in this sense, but quite typical London cottages, which was great for us. Our room was right next to the elevator, which didn't really please us when we arrived, as we had already had some very bad experiences with it in New York - nevertheless, we wanted to try it out for one night and see there: Everything was done right here. The elevator has no annoying sound when it arrives on the floor and the door opens and closes absolutely smoothly and gently. A voice announces the floor, but we didn't hear that in the room either. Only when guests stood in front of it and talked - which we heard about twice during our stay. And about the room size: Yes, it is a small room and of course I don't know exactly if there aren't also smaller small double rooms, but there was definitely enough room in ours. At the foot of the bed there was enough space to open a big suitcase on the floor and generally we stood in the way of each other at most in the kitchen area, but not in other areas - for 6 days absolutely enough. It is perhaps still important to know: We only had a bedside table and accordingly only one socket near the bed (there are more in the room) because the bed was against the wall. So you have to climb over your partner, or crawl out at the end of the bed if you have to get out at night. No problem for us.
3.) The location of the hotel is excellent. A few 100m away is the station earls court, from where a lot of lines go to the city centre in very short time intervals. The street in front of the station is very busy and offers everything you need for your daily life. A bakery and a good "baking station" (in Germany comparable with Backwerk or Middleberg, etc.) where you can stock up for the day. However, I highly recommend to go to the surrounding side streets to find the tastiest restaurants and the less touristic pubs - also here, there are very good recommendations at the hotel reception. As soon as one moves from the lively street in front of the station towards the hotel, it becomes suddenly quiet. We could sleep with the window open at night and felt very safe in the area. The walking distance to the Natural history and science museum is great. And the hotel distributes vouchers for certain restaurants in the area with which they have cooperations. We haven't tried everything, but there are definitely very good recommendations.
4.) In general, the hotel is very clean, friendly and the elevator is very welcome after long walks.
The next time I am in London, I will try to get a room in this wonderful hotel again and recommend it to all my friends. A great experience and thanks a lot to the whole Nadler Kensington team!
Walking distance from Earls Court tube stop. Set in a neighborhood with plenty of perfectly old taverns and lots of eateries. The hotel itself is quaint and charming. Loved the small kitchenette with the teapot and great teas they offered as well as the fridge. The rooms are small but we only needed it to sleep anyway. We did fit 2 adults and a 13 year old child. I would definitely stay here again.
Another lovely stay in London for my birthday. And at a bargain price too!
We had a quiet clean large room. Everything was top notch: the bed in particular was even better than our own bed at home!
Reception is always friendly and smiling.
Such a lovely room a very warm welcome a special big thanks the the receptionist Tudor an Terry for a warm welcome maken sure we had everything for our needs an little Xmas pressie for my 3 year old daughter not for getting a coffee excellent service boys keep up see you again soon x