Triumph of the Townhouse
London’s largest town house suite is now open at The Kensington Hotel
There are few pleasures in life as delightful as finding a hotel where you feel that you belong. A place that – when you arrive in a new city – allows you to relax, have your every need anticipated, and where you can return again and again, yet experience a fresh welcome every time. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, these crucial elements can make the difference between a successful and unsuccessful trip.
Family-owned Irish hotel group the Doyle Collection strives to achieve this experience for its guests. From Dublin and Cork to London, Bristol and Washington DC, each Doyle hotel has an individual look and feel, while sharing an unmistakable spirit of warmth, welcome and service.
The Kensington Hotel, one of the group’s London properties, has just introduced a chic new accommodation option, which has taken the lead as London’s largest townhouse suite. An exciting addition to the hotel’s portfolio of rooms, the iconic Kensington Suite offers guests impressive apartment-style accommodation.
Comprising three bedrooms and three bathrooms, plus two distinct living areas, the Kensington Suite comes complete with extras including dressing room, a sumptuous circular day bed with flatscreen LCD TV, private balcony with city views, state of the art Bose docking stations, complimentary WiFi, private decanter bar, Nespresso coffee machines and much more. A generous 180 square metres of space, the Kensington Suite has been uniquely created as a series of versatile interconnecting living spaces that can be reserved as either a one, two or three bedroom configuration. Ideal for families or those travelling with colleagues or security, guests are also able to host small meetings without leaving their suite.
With uninterrupted views over leafy South Kensington and just footsteps away from fashionable Knightsbridge, the Kensington Suite will impress even the most seasoned travellers.
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