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Kensington Close Hotel & Health Spa
Wright's Lane
Kensington
London

W8 5SP | View map

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In the heart of Londons fashionable Kensington you will find the Kensington Close Hotel and Health Spa. The hotel is conveniently located a few minutes walk from the prestigious shops of High Street Kensington and the underground station. The Kensington Close has all the facilities one would expect from a central London hotel and will appeal to both business and leisure travellers alike. Furnished in a contemporary, modern style the 550 bedrooms are all en-suite and provide a comfortable environment for a peaceful nights sleep.

A tranquil hideaway in the heart of Kensington, the Kensington Close Health Spa is an ideal place for you to take time out from the hectic pace of modern day life. So, if you are looking for total relaxation, some pampering or to kick start a healthier lifestyle then let our professional, friendly staff take care of you. The use of the health club is available to our guests at a charge. Children are welcome in the health club, but those under 16 must be accompanied by adults. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. For car parking, a charge will apply and spaces are based on a first-come, first-served system.

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