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|"Wonderful Hotel,great location and excellent staff"||(in 280 reviews)|
|"Staff is friendly and helpful"||(in 287 reviews)|
|"breakfast very good staff friendly."||(in 165 reviews)|
|"Hotel looking tired in places."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"The room was old and filthy!"||(in 182 reviews)|
|"And car parking is exhorbitant"||(in 9 reviews)|
|great location||in 872 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 735 reviews|
|club room||in 659 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 414 reviews|
|tube station||in 201 reviews|
|value for money||in 142 reviews|
|service was good||in 129 reviews|
|albert hall||in 128 reviews|
|kensington high street||in 118 reviews|
|air conditioning||in 109 reviews|
|stay in london||in 103 reviews|
|comfortable room||in 79 reviews|
|double bed||in 66 reviews|
|car park||in 64 reviews|
|bit dated||in 30 reviews|
|old town||in 2 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 1 review|
location, early check in, and changing rooms when i wasn't happy
very poor cleaning service, Old furniture, too basic.. windows don't crack open, not an inch i was suffocation
Great value in excellent location
Excellent location Comfortable Good breakfast
Doormen need to greet people
It was a very reasonably priced hotel especially for London. It is very self-contained, several restaurants and bars, that are open late. It also has a take it to go, snack and breakfast cafe. It is close to the tube.
The air conditioning is not up to the task, especially when the temperature spikes in the summer. The hotel is dated, old look, old furniture, etc.
Rooms were a bit tiredlooking
Location to underground. It is five minutes to the station and easy to use. Also, the breakfast is very good. The Chinese Bistro was good too.
We were pleased with everything. The hotel however, gets quite busy.
Breakfast buffet was outstanding
The outward appearance of building--it's much nicer than it appears
There is not an adequate business center ...very bad for a "business" hotel....
Staff were very helpful. Nice clean looking lobby. Good fire escape facilities.
At check-in were trying to charge us for an extra baby cod (child < 2yrs) while in the initial advertisement baby cods were free of charge. After a short but crisp discussion showing them booking info on paper printed from the site, staff finally admitted the cod was indeed free of charge. Phone charges for local calls are ridiculously expensive, real robbery. Looking at the quality of the rooms, the general service facilities and costs, and comparing with other hotels, a 4-star classification is overrated.
Dinner was excellent
public areas look really well, staff very good and very convenient location
I perbooked internet access but it did not work satisfactorily. When I reported it a new connection was brought up fairly quickly but I had been very inconvenienced overnight and in checking in online in time and on checkout the front desk staff did not appear able to handle a request that some deduction to the 24 hour rate be made.
It was good returning to a hotel we knew where the staff are very friendly and helpful.
Handy for the Albert Hall and Kensington shopping
What I liked about this hotel was the close vicinity to Kensington gardens and the underground station
we stayed at this hotel two times this trip, The first saty we checked in early, the only room available was at the mezzanine. though it was a non smoke room, the room smelled badly and the outlets for the laptop were hidden behind the refrigerator. The second time we upgraded to a better more expensive room , which was nicer but also showed some bad points, the exterior windows seals were partly gone, and the airconditioning which looked ancient was noisy. Overall my impression was that this was once a great hotel for its day but today is in dire need of maintenance and repairs. Also the exterior looks very dirty. The prices are very high compared to the room you get. Overall I don't think I would make use of this hotel again.
This hotel is the quietest in london
The friendliness of the staff, nothing was too much trouble for them and they were always smiling and extremely helpful.
The location was terrific, service was good, hotel clean, room (including air conditioning) was very comfortable, and the staff was very pleasant and helpful. There was easy access to buses and the underground.
Tucked away in Kensington, in the heart of London is Copthorne Tara Hotel. Only two minutes away, is the High Street Kensington underground. Each room offers WiFi, a mini-fridge, Hypnos Comfort Beds and gorgeous city views. There is easy access to public transport located very near the hotel and cabs are always available to get to your destination quickly.
Explore the streets of London and take in dozen's of unique museums such the Natural History Museum, Leighton House Museum and the Science Museum. Of course, many of the most distinct attractions in London should also be explored including The Buckingham Palace, The Eye, and of course The Big Ben. While out and about, visit quintessential neighborhoods such as Camden town and Hyde Park.
Indulge in the expansive food scene and delight in every cuisine of every ethnicity imaginable. Make reservations at Kitchen W8 for modern European fare and Coda Restaurant by Eric Chavot just inside the famous Royal Albert Hall. Tour dozens of coffee shops and one of a kind boutiques while in Kensington for the ultimate shopping experience. Gather with friends at the Tara Lounge for handcrafted cocktails and a vast selection of liquors.
After a night out and a day of touring everything, the city has to offer, enjoy an evening tucked in a comfortable bed and order room service or get a workout in at the fitness center. Wake up to a complimentary continental breakfast to help start the day off right or grab lunch at Bugis Street for traditional British fare. A small market is available, Cafeexpress, for a quick grab and go option. Discover everything London has to offer in comfort at Tara Hotel.
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Boasting a unique design has large windows throughout most rooms, the hotel fills with natural light and is a refreshing experience to visit. Don’t let the doom and gloom of London’s weather stop you from having a bright holiday, this AAA Four Diamond accommodation excels in creating a warm and welcoming environment.
Computer stations are located within the 24-hour business center, meaning you can log in and finish some last-minute work at any point of your trip. Printing, photocopying and faxing facilities are also available.
For those traveling with children or who simply want a little extra space, book a Family Room and you’ll have the luxury of sprawling out across two connecting rooms. With approximately 450 sq ft of floor area, everyone can find a different quiet spot to relax.
To ensure the youngest guests of the hotel are catered for, a specialized kid-orientated concierge service is available. For a small fee of roughly £11 (approximately $14), the Ask Alfred package can be purchased which includes a backpack, soft toy, parents’ survival guide and ice cream.
If you are in town for a cultural event such as an art exhibition, music concert, theater performance, museum visit or conference, present your purchased ticket and receive a discount on the price of your accommodation. An additional late check out service of 2:00 pm will be provided subject to availability.
Reserve a table at The Brasserie Restaurant and Bar in Kensington and enjoy a fantastic combination of traditional British cuisine and European style. Located in an elegant timber detailed setting, a broad range of dishes are available including hearty favorites like battered fish and chips as well as shawarma platters. An extensive international wine list is available to browse, while classic cocktails offer the ability to spice up the night.
With two large suites and 12 smaller meeting spaces, the hotel can host a business or social gathering of any size. Whether you’re looking for a venue for an intimate business discussion, conference presentation or wedding, the lavish and functional rooms will have you sorted. Events have access to multilingual staff, audiovisual equipment, catering and a private reception area.
The Underground train system is the most efficient way to travel from Heathrow Airport, with the trip taking approximately 45m. Board the Piccadilly line train and travel to Earl’s Court Station, where you’ll need to transfer to the District line. Disembark at High Street Kensington Station and the hotel is only a short 4m. walk. A one-way ticket from the airport will cost roughly £6 (approximately $8). (Prices checked 12/06/19).
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is located at Scarsdale Place in Kensington and Chelsea, 2.8 miles from the center of London. Natural History Museum is the closest landmark to Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington.
Yes, Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington does not offer free parking.
No, Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is 10.4 miles from London City.
No, pets are not allowed at Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington.
No, Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington does not have a pool onsite.