Hotels in Earls Court

Trebovir Hotel
Trebovir road
Earls Court
London

SW5 9NH | View map
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In a quiet street just minutes from Earl's Court Underground Station and the Exhibition Centre, The Trebovir, newly opened in January 2009, offers 62 modern, comfortable and stylish rooms at very keen prices.

This Earl's Court Hotel occupies two adjoining classic London townhouses and features:
• 62 modern, comfortable and stylish rooms, all with en-suite bathroom, natural light, flat screen tv and telephone. There is a wide choice of single, twin, double, three-bed and four-bed (family) rooms. All rooms with en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, lift access, flat screen tv and free broadband
• A generous, healthy Continental breakfast buffet is served daily in our light, airy breakfast room at no extra charge. In addition, there are tea and coffee facilities in all rooms.

Situated in the heart of London, The Trebovir is located close to Earl's Court and Olympia Exhibition Centres. With excellent transport links, the Hotel is the perfect base for exploring London's historic sights, museums, theatres, restaurants and shopping.

Heathrow Airport is a little over 30 minutes away, and Gatwick Airport, via Victoria and the Gatwick Express, just 40 minutes. Friendly, helpful staff are available around the clock to offer whatever assistance you might require during your stay.

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