Excellent location, Large 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Living Room, Kitchen.
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About Owner/ Manager
Architect/ London based since 2009.
Owner/ Manager purchased this Apartment in 2013
Why Owner/ Manager chose Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
The Flat is fantastically located just seconds from the Natural History Museum, Imperial College and in the heart of Museum district. My flat is just five minutes walk from Gloucester Road and South Kensington Tube stations which are on the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines (which serves Heathrow Airport). It is perfectly located for events at the Royal Albert Hall, V&A, Natural history Museum, Editor's Top Pick - Recommended Royal College of Art, Brompton Oratory, Serpentine Gallery , Editor's Top Pick - Recommended as well as shopping in Kensington and Chelsea.
What makes this Apartment unique
An amazing location, being able to see one of the greatest museums and buildings in London from your living room truly is a rare privilege. You can even use a little balcony to sit outside and sip from a glass of wine while you watch the world passing by at a fast pace. Not only it's an extremely convenient location but it’s also a very quintessentially beautiful street and building. You can feel nobility the moment you enter and there is no doubt those high ceilings and large areas provide a rare sense of space in London. The furniture is made of beautiful (and some custom made) design classical pieces, this is when it starts getting luxurious, the main bed is also bigger than the average and they all have an incredible feel to it. The entertainment is fantastic and the kitchen comes with all the modern appliances you might need. It’s a complete apartment and there are many special aspects to it.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Great space, great location, great hospitality!
My family and I had a wonderful stay at this property. Mo was very responsive by email and I had zero problems accessing the apartment or during the stay. It was exactly as pretty and spacious as it appeared in the listing, and spotlessly clean. There were plenty of fresh towels and sheets, coffee and tea and an equipped kitchen, fans and AC, good WiFi, and even typical "hotel" toiletries in the bathrooms. It was as "turnkey" easy as a hotel but with the space and calm of a nice apartment. Our trip went great because anyone who was tired could retreat easily to the apartment in the afternoon to recharge, and we all had enough space there to relax. The location is excellent: an easy walk to Gloucester Road tube, a large Waitrose supermarket, drugstores, restaurants, museums, parks... plus it only took a minute to hail a passing taxi on the surrounding streets. One of my favorite days was walking to Kensington Gardens, renting a Santander cycle (city bike) and riding from there on bike paths around the city. I would recommend this apartment highly and had a wonderful stay. Wish I could be there now!
great apartment in kensington
I had a great stay with my wife, daughter and mother. Moe was very helpful and gave clear and concise instructions. The apartment is in great location in Kensington close to good restaurants, supermarket, museums, metro stop, etc.
The apartment is clean and spacious with all amenities including air conditioning. We would like to thank Moe for helping us have a great vacation in London.
Lovely stay - spacious, clean, bright, modern and in a wonderful neighborhood
We had a wonderful stay. While we were there for the brief London heat wave, the air conditioning in the bedrooms was a huge plus. Communication with Moe was easy with clear and concise directions. We stayed with our teenagers whom loved the space and location as well. We would highly recommend the flat!
Excellent stay in Kensington
A very well equipped, attractively furnished and spacious flat in a perfect location. We appreciated the air conditioning, the “drying room” for laundry, the umbrellas on a rainy morning. Moe was a responsive and helpful host. Highly recommended by this family of four.
Dear John, Thank you very much for writing this genuine review. I am very glad that you have enjoyed your stay at home and you liked the location as well. Looking forward to see you again w/the family, Best Regards, Thank you, Moe
We had a lovely stay. The apartment was airy and spacious and very well located. The owner was also very responsive to our questions. Highly recommended!
Dear Megan, Thank you very much for writing this genuine review. I am very glad that you have enjoyed your stay at home and you liked the location as well. Looking forward to see you again w/the family, Best Regards, Thank you, Moe
Just returned from a 7-night stay at this beautiful flat and I can’t say enough good things about our experience. From the moment we arrived it was apparent the owner takes great pride in his property. The flat was extremely clean, and well-appointed with high quality towels, sheets, pillows, bedding, Nespresso expresso maker, Dyson fans, just to name a few amenities. With one day reaching in the 90-degree range, it was wonderful to have the portable A/C units in each of the bedrooms. The flat was centrally located in the beautiful South Kensington area of London, across the street from the Natural History and Science Museums and a short 6-minute walk to the tube. Moe was extremely accommodating, and quick to respond to any inquiry. I’m not sure there was anything else Moe could have done to make our stay more enjoyable. Thank you, Moe, we greatly appreciated your hospitality, and would highly recommend your flat.
Dear Janet, I would like to thank you very warmly for leaving such a warm & genuine review. I am extremely happy that you enjoyed your holiday and felt comfortable at home & location. Looking forward to welcoming you next time in London. Thank you, Best Regards to you and your lovely Family, Moe
South Kensington,, is a great place to spend a whole day. As well as three of London's biggest and best museums, there're plenty of other things to do that are sure to entertain and amuse everyone in your group.
Travel to South Kensington
South Kensington has a Tube station which is served by the Piccadilly line, the Circle line and the District line. There are also some bus routes that go through the area.
If you're going to be in London for more than a day, it's worth buying a Visitor Oyster Card in advance. The Visitor Oyster Card is delivered to your home before you arrive in London. It is one of the easiest ways to get around London.
If you do not have a Visitor Oyster Card, but still plan to travel around London for more than a day, buy an Oyster card at the Tube station. Learn more about Oyster Cards.
South Kensington: London's Free Museums
South Kensington is home to a cluster of free museums, making it the perfect destination for families and adults alike.
In winter, the Natural History Museum also hosts an ice-rink.
At the Victoria and Albert Museum, you can see art and design from the past 3000 years, including ceramics, furniture, fashion, jewelry, photographs, sculpture, textiles and paintings.
The family-friendly Science Museum caters for kids of all ages. The interactive Garden area is specially designed for under fives, while the hands-on Launchpad gallery is perfect for teenagers.
Just next door you'll find London's Natural History Museum, where you can come face-to-face with a giant T-rex, and experience an earthquake in the Power Within zone.
The Royal Albert Hall
Kensington's famous Royal Albert Hall plays host to The BBC Proms concerts each year. As well as classical concerts, you can also see rock and pop gigs, ballet, opera and even tennis here!
Next door to the Royal Albert Hall is the Royal College of Art, a postgraduate art and design college, which holds regular exhibitions. Look out for up-and-coming artists and designers at the annual graduate shows.
There's plenty of green space in Kensington – the area's home to two of London's magnificent Royal Parks: Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.
When you're in Kensington Gardens, make sure you visit Kensington Palace, the current London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It is also where both Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales lived. Explore the State Apartments, see Queen Victoria's bedroom, look around temporary exhibitions, stroll around the landscaped gardens and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea in the Orangery.
Take a walk around Kensington's Royal Parks and you'll discover lots more attractions, including the Serpentine lake, the Albert Memorial, the Serpentine Gallery, and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground.
Looking for a shopping fix? Check out High Street Kensington's fabulous shops, from Urban Outfitters to Oliver Bonas. Don't miss the Whole Foods Market, a huge organic food market housed in a former department store.
High above the shops of Kensington High Street is a hidden oasis, Kensington Roof Gardens. The rooftop is home to award-winning British restaurant, Babylon, as well as a private members' club, a series of themed gardens and four resident flamingos!
If you're a history fan, make sure you visit nearby Linley Sambourne House. Cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne and his family lived here from 1874, and the house still contains most of the original furniture and fittings.