Why you should book your stay in South Kensington

South Kensington features delightful little restaurants, world-class museums, and boutique shops. It’s also home to the largest concentration of French nationals, meaning you don’t need to go far to see venues like the Institut Francais, Cine Lumiere, and the French Consulate. Surrounding these sites, you’ll find colourful bistros, patisseries, and cafes.

But beyond the French appeal, South Kensington’s culture is beyond reproach with the V&A Museum, the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, found right in the centre. Restaurants such as Margaux offer good old wines, characteristic of South Kensington.

The Park Grand Paddington

The Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel London is one of the most sought after hotels in central London, Combining a luxurious setting with excellent hospitality. The accommodation in Paddington London is also close by to South Kensington, meaning visitors can explore the cultural delights that await them with the utmost convenience.

Park Grand Paddington Court

On a visit abroad, time is limited; a hotel in Paddington makes enjoying some of the best attractions easy to do by foot. It could be argued that since South Kensington, is such a lovely district, doesn’t it make sense to book one’s stay in the area? On one hand that would make sense, yet the greater affordable options in Paddington, along with its closer reach to places like Trafalgar Square, make Paddington the better choice.

Style, Class, and culture in South Kensington

Style, class, and culture personify South Kensington, with stunning residences sprawled across the area. Kensington Palace, a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, is also most befitting of the area. Along with the Buckingham Palace, we invite you to book a visit to these sites, so that you can get an insight of what royalty truly means here. To add to that, the Royal Albert Hall is also somewhere we recommend you visit. Each year, the venue plays host to the BBC Proms, a range of classical concerts, and even ballet and opera.

Royal Albert Hall

And if you’re looking for someone that’s refreshingly inviting, then the Kensington Roof Gardens, make for an excellent way to enjoy a meal as you experience the city of London from a different vantage point.

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