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In Kingston Upon Thames (Canbury)
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Our London Kingston Upon Thames hotel is close to the iconic river, perfect for walks by the water. You've also got The Bentall Centre for shopping fans, and lots of space to stretch your legs at nearby Fairfield Recreation Ground. Steeped in history, the area is home to Hampton Court Palace, England's grandest Tudor building, and an ancient marketplace. There's also an incredible choice of big-name and boutique shops, while further out you'll find Chessington World of Adventures and LEGOLAND. All rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.
In Kingston Upon Thames (Coombe Hill)
The Antoinette is at your service with three well stocked bars and state of the art audio-visual equipment. Unwind with dinner in the popular restaurant or enjoy one of our bar meals. We assure you that no effort will be spared, by the management or staff, to ensure that your experience at the Antoinette is a pleasant one.\nThe Antoinette is at your service with three well stocked bars and state of the art audio-visual equipment. Unwind with dinner in the popular restaurant or enjoy one of our bar meals. We assure you that no effort will be spared, by the management or staff, to ensure that your experience at the Antoinette is a pleasant one.\n
A 2-minute drive from Hampton Court Palace, this charming hotel with traditional pub has free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and secure parking. It is 6 miles from London Heathrow Airport. The White Hart Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Hampton Wick Station and near to the town centre of Kingston upon Thames. The hotel has flat-screen multi-channel TVs. It is friendly, modern and offers Fullers ales, fresh food and a patio. The rooms are at the rear and are comfortable and well furnished. White Hart Hotel has good motorway access and is ideal for Central London, Twickenham and Wimbledon.
In Kingston Upon Thames (Coombe Hill)
Ditton Lodge is an elegant Edwardian property with lots of character set in a quiet area of Kingston upon Thames. If offers a lounge, a secluded garden and free Wi-Fi. All the rooms are luxurious and comfortable and have an en suite bathroom, a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Ditton Lodge is 15 minutes from central London by train. Heathrow Airport is approximately 35 minutes and Gatwick Airport 45 minutes by car.
The Lion Gate Mews offers self-catering accommodation in East Molesey. The apartments offer free WiFi, and private off-road parking with 24hr recorded CCTV. Each of the apartments is soundproofed, and offers a lounge with flat-screen TV, seating and a dining area. Some apartments have en suite bathrooms, or family bathrooms with bathtubs and showers. The apartments offer use of a shared garden. The apartments have cooking facilities, and each have a refrigerator and hob. A selection of restaurants, cafes and bars can be reached within a 15-minute walk from the apartments. Located next to Hampton Court Palace, guests can make use of the location to explore the Hampton Court Maze, the Privy Garden and stroll along the River Thames by Hampton Court Pier. The Lion Gate Mews is a 2-minute drive from Hampton Court train station, and within a 10-minute drive to Hampton. London is 18 km from The Lion Gate Mews, while Windsor is 21 km away. The nearest airport is Heathrow Airport, 11 km from the property.
Traditional 4-star hotel in Kingston-upon-Thames Hotel
Found in the leafy suburb of Kingston-upon-Thames this traditional 4-star hotel sits close to the historic Richmond Park. During your stay you can treat yourself to classic cuisine, created with fresh ingredients, in the hotel’s restaurant, or enjoy a drink or afternoon tea in the lounge bar, or relax in the peaceful garden. Your room has free wifi access, a flat-screen TV and private bathroom stocked with complimentary toiletries.
Hotels in Kingston Upon Thames
The charming riverside town of Kingston Upon Thames is just 25 minutes by train from central London, yet feels a world away from the frenetic pace of the capital. With its layers of fascinating history and perfect setting, it offers a depth of entertainment and interest for your visit.
It is believed that seven of the Saxon Kings were crowned here, which is a clear indication of Kingston's major historical significance. The evocative Coronation Stone can now be found in the grounds of the Guildhall, close to the 12th-century Clattern Bridge. The town has been a major centre for trade since 1170 and today that tradition continues, with regular visiting markets such as the festive Christmas Market and Continental Market.
Wander through the centre of Kingston and you will soon be on the wonderful Ancient Market Place. Here you can enjoy the majestic façade of the Market House, which is beautifully lit at night. The Market House itself was built in 1838 to replace the Tudor Town Hall. A gilded statue of Queen Anne from the Tudor building was transferred to the front of the ‘new' Market House where it can still be found.
To really get beneath the surface of this richly layered historical town, visit Kingston Museum. This stunning building houses a wealth of information and artefacts, which combine to tell the story of Kingston, from ancient origins, through Saxon times to the Victorian era and beyond. The Art Gallery plays host to a wide variety of arts, crafts, photography and local history exhibits.
From Kingston Upon Thames hotels you can enjoy memorable river walks that take you to some of England's great landmarks and reveal a diversity of wildlife along the way, such as swans, dragonflies and water voles.
Why not join the Thames Path, that runs for 184 miles from the river's source in the Cotswolds right through to the Thames Barrier at Greenwich. From Kingston you can stroll to Hampton Court or Richmond, enjoying an ever-changing view as life flows by.
From unique boutiques and friendly market stalls to prestigious shopping centres, Kingston offers you quality in depth. There are more than 500 shops to choose from! In Clarence Street you can wander the pedestrianised heart of the town and browse the many fashion outlets. The Bentall Centre is a premium hub for shopaholics with more than 80 outlets, including of course Bentalls, which is Kingston's main department store. For a taste of the town's eclectic independent retail spirit, visit Old London Road. Beyond the famous falling over phone boxes [that's ‘Out of Order' by the artist David Mach] you'll soon be among a vibrant mix of shops. You'll also be close to the superb Kingston Antiques Centre which houses over 100 dealers offering a kaleidoscopic mix of vintage, retro and valuable from every era.
Food and Drink
Naturally this cultured and elegant town has a truly global range of restaurants, cafés and bars. Soak up the continental ambiance on tree-lined Castle Street at a pavement café or enjoy a family friendly meal in the Rotunda before heading out to the cinema or theatre. Charter Quay is the ideal place to enjoy al fresco dining and river views.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kingston Upon Thames
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Kingston Upon Thames?DoubleTree by Hilton London Kingston Upon Thames is one of the most popular hotels in Kingston Upon Thames.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Kingston Upon Thames?The cheapest price for a double room in Kingston Upon Thames is £79, offered by Kingston Lodge Hotel.
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