Hotels in Kingston upon Thames

Antoinette Hotel Kingston
Beaufort Road
Kingston upon Thames


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Antoinette Hotel ~ Kingston is the largest and most established hotel in Kingston upon Thames. All rooms have television, hospitality tray, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, desk, free wi-fi access, and well appointed bathroom. Some Superior Rooms have private balconies and views of the landscaped gardens. Rates include on site secure car parking. The Hampton Restaurant offers a Full English and Continental Buffet Breakfast using locally sourced products, and in the evenings guest can dine from the modern European menu. A Bar and late food menu are also available.

Our conference and events department specialises in Wedding Receptions, Dinner Dances, Meetings, and daily or 24 hour Conferences. Seven versatile Function Rooms can accommodate from 2 to 230 guests. The hotel is located within walking distance of Surbiton Station, from where frequent trains run to London, journey time is around 20 minutes. Also close by is Kingston town centre, which offers excellent shopping facilities with major department stores, cinema, theatre, and riverside walks. Nearby attractions include Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens, and also the sporting venues of Wimbledon, Twickenham and Epsom. Excellent value Weekend Breaks are available which include admission tickets to some local attractions.

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Number of Rooms: 100
Number Ensuite: 100
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Name: Antoinette Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern Brasserie
Awards: Critically acclaimed

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Parking - Large secure carpark
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service - Hospitality tray & Hairdryer
Disabled Access
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms - Free Wifi access
Conference/Business Facilities

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