In the heart of Kensington lies 100 Queen’s Gate London, a hotel in the Curio Collection of the Hilton group. Once a townhouse, it is now a welcoming building offering a variety of accommodations. In a building steeped in history, you are surrounded by character and nods to its Victorian heritage.
100 Queen’s Gate is an oasis in the metropolis of a hectic London, ideally located to explore the city. Head north, and you are quickly in the beautiful Hyde Park with all its plants and the Serpentine lake. You will be right at the centre of the museum area with the National History Museum, Science Museum and the V&A. For shopping, you have Harrods and Harvey Nichols along the road or venture south from the hotel, and you reach Kings Road, Chelsea.
You have a good choice of accommodation at 100 Queen’s Gate, with all rooms luxurious and supported by friendly, professional staff going the extra mile to make your stay memorable. Rooms start with the Atrium Deluxe Queen room and peak with private entry to your own Queens Gate Suite.
Queens Gate View Room
A Queensgate view room has a fireplace, and upgraded amenities, like the Espresso machine and complimentary WiFi. In your package, your room gets a mini-bar with complimentary soft drinks replenished each day you stay. Put on one of the soft bathrobes and the slippers and relax by watching something on the 49-inch smart TV with Chromecast. The bed is turned down, and more supplies are topped up for a relaxing night.
As the name would indicate the superior Duplex Suites are set over two floors and are located on the top floor of 100 Queen’s Gate, and allow you to take in some gorgeous views from the windows. The Duplex suites are named after a famous resident of Kensington and Chelsea Royal Borough, and their past can be linked to the Blue Plaques found on entering the Suite.
The Suite includes complimentary breakfast, dining and beverage credit in the hotel bar or WA restaurant. Sleeping four makes an excellent choice for families, and you get the bonus of £100 credit per stay.
Breakfast and Dinner are served in the W/A, a Restaurant and Bar. its name comes from its former owner, William Alexander and offers a modern touch to classic Belgian dishes. Travelling back from Asia, William Alexander discovered Belgian food and drink and made it a regular stop during his travels.
A good selection of meals are available for Diners, and all dishes are elegantly served yet have good portions. The staff are excellent and help decide drinks to go with each course and have excellent knowledge of the menu.
Breakfast is a buffet selection where you can help yourself with fruit, pastries, bread, and much more. You can also order a cooked dish from the extensive selection. Quality is fantastic, and the meal sets you up for the day.
You can sit and eat in the Botanica area for your delightful breakfast. This dining area is also where you can order a traditional Botanical Afternoon Tea or pre-theatre drinks.
Visit the concept cocktail bar ESQ (shown below) on the lower ground floor for evening drinks. The carefully selected “small plates” menu will enhance and delight your taste buds. Unwind and disconnect in ESQ, which specialises in homemade infused spirits exclusively created by the resident mixologists.
For a luxury stay in London, you will find 100 Queen’s Gate London is superbly located with staff that make you feel welcome and take care of you. The decor is tasteful and dining delicious, and when combined with the superior rooms, your time in the hotel will be thoroughly pleasant.
If you are interested in finding out more about 100 Queen’s Gate London, please visit https://100queensgate.com/.
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