Kensington: one of the most emblematic boroughs of London.

Our hotel, an elegant building with a Victorian façade, is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and is an ideal base from which to enjoy the shops of High Street Kensington and Knightsbridge. The Royal Borough is a perfect place for lovers of art, science and music. The Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Science Museum are just round the corner. The Royal Albert Hall is 5 minutes away and hosts concerts and awards ceremonies.

British Museum

The British Museum probably houses the world's largest collection of antiquities. Particularly worth mentioning are the Egyptian Room and its Library. Simply spectacular. Entry to the Museum is free.

Natural History Museum

Come face to face with world’s biggest dinosaur – T-REX! Be the explorer of lost territories! Visit the most distant points of the globe. All that and a lot more you will find in the Natural History Museum located just around the corner from the hotel. Make sure that during your stay at The Queen’s Gate Hotel you won’t miss out this museum. Free entrance.

National Gallery

This amazing museum, in Trafalgar Square, is located just opposite the statue of Admiral Nelson. It exhibits paintings from all periods, especially works by William Turner, Monet, Manet, Gauguin, Picasso and Van Gogh. Don't miss The Sunflowers. Entry to this Museum is free too.

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

No visit to London would ever be complete without a tour of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. You don’t need a special VIP pass to meet your favorite movie stars, sports heroes or most terrifying villains in history. However what could be more exciting than an audience with the Queen, while in London?

Harrods

This department store will delight lovers of fashion, design and luxury. The building exhibits a fascinating architecture and houses the most prestigious brands. It is worth visiting, even if only window-shopping!

Camden Town

This cosmopolitan market is a centre for Art, Fashion and Music. You cannot go to London and not visit it; it will leave you mesmerized!

Portobello

This flea market, specialising in antiques, is located in the famous district of Notting Hill.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is located in the city centre. This is the official residence of the Royal family and is open to the public daily. The Changing of the Guard takes place at the entrance of the Palace at 11:30 a.m. every day.

London eye

This is the largest wheel in the world. It offers incredible views of London and will leave you with lasting memories of a most wonderful place.

The Tower of London

The Tower of London is 900 years old and has fulfilled innumerable roles: a Royal Palace, a prison, a place of execution, an arsenal, a mint and a museum that currently houses the Crown Jewels. You can take a guided tour with a “Beefeater“, a traditional British guard, who will show you round the place where two of Henry VIII's wives were executed.

Hyde Park

This is a beautiful park located in the centre of London, where you can indulge in leisurely strolls, go jogging, or simply enjoy the tranquillity of the artificial lake; a marvel just 3 minutes from the hotel.

Kensington Gardens

Located just alongside Hyde Park, these gardens shelter the last residence of Diana, Princess of Wales, a residence still used by members of the Royal Family. You can visit it and also admire the “Royal Dress Collection”.

Walking along London

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Imperial College

Imperial College is a private university founded in 1907. It is currently the third most important university in the UK and the fifth worldwide. The Imperial college London was founded in 1907 and consistently rated amongst the world's best Universities. It is a science based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Among the world renowened faculties are the Natural Science, Life Science and Biomedicine as well as Engineering and Information Technology.The faculties of biology, biomechanics, physics, business studies and Tanaka are located opposite the hotel, making it the ideal accommodation for your stay when you go to conferences and symposiums.

Legoland Windsor Park

Without a doubt LEGO bricks have been one of the most favorite children toys ever created. Why not enjoy a family day trip outside London to a Legoland Park in Windsor to take advantage of all great attractions it has in stock for you - thrilling rollercoaster rides, , interactive Pirate Training Camp, and many more attractions where the main character are LEGO bricks.

Science Museum

In the Science Museum children of all ages can have fun experiencing science first hand. Full of in interacting exhibits and activities will keep your little ones occupied on a rainy afternoon in London. The famous IMAX 3D cinema, earthquake exhibition and even feel it.

Peter Pan Park

There is a surprise waiting for children who go to Kensington Gardens. Opened in 2009 Diana, Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground offers a unique experience to visitors of all ages. Here, children will get a chance to explore unknown lands in a pirate ship or discover new trails outside the Indian village. Inspired by the adventures of Peter Pan, playground offers facilities to explore both imagination as well as an educational and physical development. Not far from the park there is bronze statue of Peter Pan that has been for a long time one of the most popular London attractions.

Winter Wonderland Hyde Park

Visit London´s Christmas destination, from November 23rd to January 06th, and emerge yourself into Ice skating, enjoy the Bavarian village with traditional bratwurst beers and live music, along with the Christmas market and many other attractions.
The market is opened every day from 10am to 10pm.

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