Attractions

Places of interest & attractions within walking distance of Lord Kensington Hotel:


Leighton House Museum

The lavishly decorated home of Frederic, Lord Leighton, artist of the late Victorian Aesthetic Movement, full of his collection of paintings and sculpture.


Linley-Sambourne House

A Victorian house, home of the cartoonist Edward Linley–Sambourne and his family, preserved since 1890 with the original internal decoration and furnishing.


Natural History Museum

A popular destination for the young, home of many dinosaurs.


Victoria and Albert Museum

A world class museum of art and design.


Brompton Oratory

Roman Catholic church founded by Cardinal Newman, built in Renaissance and Roman Baroque style, consecrated in 1884.


Royal Albert Hall

Concert hall from 1871. Home to the Promenade Concerts.


Albert Memorial

Erected by Queen Victoria in 1872 in memory of her beloved consort.


Stamford Bridge Stadium

Home of Chelsea Football Club.


Brompton Cemetery

Opened in 1840, with over 35,000 monuments, many of famous persons, a long avenue and a chapel based on the design of St. Peter’s in Rome.


Westfield Shopping Centre

A large selection of retail outlets


The Lord Kensington Hotel is located less than a mile from Olympia London Exhibition centre. Many exhibitors and visitors of both venues come back and stay at The Lord Kensington Hotel year after year.

Enjoy the many nearby cafés, restaurants, and bars in Earls Court; the nearby museums of South Kensington (Natural History Museum); shops in Knightsbridge (Harrods, Harvey Nichols); a West End Show or visit a famous landmark (Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Downing Street, London Eye) all accessible in minutes by tube, bus or taxi from the Lord Kensington Hotel.