Inverness to London weekend break from £166pp incl flights and four star hotel.
We have put together this great London getaway to the four star Kensington Close Hotel and Spa, with the help of our Expedia search tool.
With this London break you are only a couple of minutes walk from Kensington High Street, a stylish spot to do a bit of shopping, there are branches of all the top chain stores here and it can be less crowded than in the West End. Both Kensington Gardens and Holland Park are within easy reach and Hyde Park is only a 10 minute walk away. There’s a good selection of bars and restaurants within the area.
The Kensington Close Hotel and Spa offers air-conditioned rooms with en suite bathrooms, there is a 24-hour front desk, an indoor swimming pool, hot steam room, relaxing Jacuzzi and warming sauna. The perfect spot after a day shopping and sightseeing.
Each of the spacious rooms at Kensington Close Hotel come with a satellite television, a personal safe and a tea/coffee maker.
High Street Kensington Underground Station is 150 yards away, with links to both Wimbledon and Hammersmith. The famous Museum Mile and Earl’s Court are within a 15-minute walk of Kensington Close Hotel And Spa.
The Boulevard Restaurant serves a hot breakfast and delicious modern European cuisine meals. There’s a stylish lounge bar, that’s perfect for morning coffee, afternoon tea and a wee tipple after a day’s shopping and sightseeing.
Cost Break down:
Search date: 30/10/2015: Flights and hotel for 8th to 10th April 2016. = £166 based on two sharing
Gatwick Express anytime return booked online: £39
Tube fare Victoria to High Street Kensington: £6 (approx)
Total cost per person £211 based on two sharing
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