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POINT A KENSINGTON

Introducing the cosy, contemporary hotel offering unrivalled hospitality in the heart of central London.

Point A Kensington living room
Point A Kensington living room

Staying at the Point A Kensington instantly feels like kick-your-shoes-off home. The affordable, family run hotel embraces guests with open arms, offering cosy, contemporary design with unrivalled hospitality in the heart of central London.

Having opened in July 2019, the hotel is the latest in a portfolio owned by the Point A group, with seven in London and two in Scotland, it redefines the city hotel experience by offering a true home away from home. In the Kensington branch, you are immediately welcomed into an inviting lobby lounge before being seen up to bedrooms that boast Hypnos beds (comfort guaranteed, FYI), cosy mood lighting and digital temperature control. Rooms also offer unique features such as bay windows and skylights, providing a true Kensington townhouse experience.

A 24hr reception means that hosts are on call for whatever your need – whether that be advice on what to do that evening, or a strong coffee the following morning. Friendly staff are more than happy to give you some dad style pointers on where to visit whilst in the area, its Kensington location on the doorstep of the V&A and the Natural History Museum, as well as being a stone’s throw away from Hyde Park and Portobello Road. A wholesome continental breakfast is also on offer before you set off for the day until 10.30am, Monday to Friday, and 11:00 on weekends.

Sign yourself up to A-List online and you’ll also receive a permanent 10% off every booking. This boutique hotel feels more like staying with relatives – albeit wealthy ones – and will welcome you back time again.

Find out more at pointahotels.com

Point A Kensington double bed with window
Point A Kensington door iPad
Point A Kensington double bed with window
Point A Kensington door iPad
Point A Kensington door twin window
Point A Kensington door twin window
POINT A KENSINGTON

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