Notting Hill has a wide range of comfortable and great locations to stay, from luxurious five star hotels to more affordable bed and breakfasts - here are just a few available choices close to us.
The Laslett takes inspiration from Notting Hill's rich cultural heritage, as well as capturing the energy and creativity that characterises the contemporary local scene. Offering an experience of tranquility and elegance in the dynamic heart of West London.
Within seconds of turning out of Notting Hill Gate station, you will find yourself on a smart, quiet street, lined by a row of Victorian townhouses. Evoking the same sense of luxury and elegance that once made them so desirable amongst the crème de la crème of Victorian society, five of these impressive townhouses are now the home of The Laslett - a new and unique hotel from Tracy Lowy and Living Rooms.
Above a trendy bistro, this cosy boutique hotel is a 4-minute walk from Ladbroke Grove tube station, 5 minutes from Portobello Road's famous antiques market, and 1.4 miles from Kensington Gardens.
The chic, air-conditioned rooms feature bright wallpaper and come with en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players and coffeemakers.
Complimentary continental breakfast is provided. The downstairs bistro serves classic English and European dishes, and features a buzzy cocktail bar.
This pretty, Victorian square is home to quite a few hotels and this is probably one of the best. Again, close to all that Queensway has to offer, it's also a short walk to Portobello Road. Prices include breakfast. Kensington Gardens Hotel is highly recommended by Travellers Guides such as the 'Small Hotels of London' and 'Hotels and Guesthouses of London' published by the English Tourist Board.
One of the top choices for staying in Notting Hill for its good range of accommodation – even for those on a budget – and for its great location right in the thick of the action. They even have a two floor apartment with a roof terrace (and tropical fish tank!) that can sleep up to six people.