Are You Visiting Imperial College London?

Imperial College in London is consistently rated amongst the world’s best universities. It is a fantastic place to study, visit and work at. The university’s main focus is on science and technology, but also excels at engineering, business and biomedicine research. Over 13,000 full-time students from over 120 countries study at Imperial College.

If you are coming to Imperial College to work, visit or study please consider staying at one of our selection of hand-picked hotels located nearby the school.

Abba Queen’s Gate London Hotel – Following a complete refurbishment the Victorian splendour of the a 19th century townhouse has been incorporated into the contemporary design of the 21st century to create an intimate atmosphere while retaining its elegance. Composed of four townhouses all 90 bedrooms (including the family rooms) have been designed to offer the maximum in comfort and relaxation and equipped with modern amenities to create a unique experience. The newly designed bar, offering a selection of Tapas throughout the day, is the ideal place to relax from the hustle and bustle of London.

Best Western John Howard Hotel – the John Howard Hotel is an oasis of tranquillity and elegance in the heart of Central London. Located in a tree lined boulevard in the exclusive Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea the John Howard Hotel offers a choice of 40 luxurious bedrooms and 12 self-contained apartments. Close to fashionable High Street Kensington and Knightsbridge, Harrods, Harvey Nichols and other famous designer stores, the John Howard is only a few minute’s walk to Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace, the Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, the Science Museum the world renowned Royal Albert Hall. Also within easy access to Earls Court and Olympia exhibition halls, London’s West End shopping and theatres and London’s vibrant night life.

Gore 1892 Hotel – the original boutique hotel, The Gore, is back after a £2.5m refurbishment programme. With a heritage of hospitality that dates back to the 1800’s, The Gore has in recent years become the blueprint for the boutique hotel phenomenon. Here the environment is relaxed and personable, slightly eccentric but with a history oozing to be shared with its confidantes. The hotel has built a reputation for discretion and informality – with a treasure trove of antiquities that is far removed from the ambiguities of modern chain hotels.

Pelham Hotel – No expense or imagination has been spared in giving The Pelham Hotel the character of a luxury town house. The hotel is just steps away from the South Kensington museums and underground, and a short walk to Harrods, Hyde Park and Knightsbridge shopping. It is privately owned and managed in a traditional manner and offers the highest standard of comfort and services in a tranquil atmosphere.

Call our freidnly Reservations Team on 0844 381 4426 (International +44 1462 433755 )  for advice booking your next stay in London.

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