The Bailey's Hotel London is a beautiful place in the heart of fashionable South Kensington, inspired by British tradition. In the Victorian grandeur of the redbrick townhouse, only steps from well recognised museums and Knightsbridge, you'll feel right at home.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Bailey's Hotel London?
The rooms are spacious and comfortable, featuring flat-screen TVs and a private bathroom with free toiletries and slippers. In the rooms, complimentary bottled water, coffee, tea, and cookies are given and replenished on a regular basis.
After a long day, unwind at the fitness centre or at Bugis Street Brasserie, which serves delicious and authentic Asian food. The restaurant's menu includes dishes from Singapore, China, and Malaysia.
The hotel is centrally placed between the shopping districts of Kensington High Street, Knightsbridge, and South Kensington. Harrods, the world-famous department store, is a 15-minute walk or a direct tube ride away.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the London area?
Within a 10-minute walk, you'll find Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Royal Albert Hall, and a number of museums, including the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, and Victoria & Albert Museum.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Guest have tweo restaurants to choose from at The Bailey's Hotel London, the Bombay Brasserie has maintained its status as a destination Indian restaurant in South Kensington since the 1980s by specialising in Mumbai's diverse cuisine and perfecting classic Indian recipes. You can anticipate great Indian eating produced from fresh ingredients and freshly ground and roasted spices, with influences from Parsi, Goan, Bengali, Gujarati, as well as Portuguese and Rajasthani.
Bugis Street Brasserie, in central Kensington, adjacent to Gloucester Road tube station, is regarded as one of London's top Asian restaurants, with an exquisite ambiance and fabulous international food. Relax and enjoy authentic Singaporean, Malaysian, and Chinese cuisine with a modern touch. Enjoy a variety of meals, such as Singapore laksa (spicy noodle soup), dim sum, and nasi goreng, created with the freshest seasonal ingredients and paying tribute to Bugis Street's Asian traditions (Indonesian stir-fried rice).
• Natural History Museum (7 mins)
• Science Museum (13 mins)
• Royal Albert Hall (15 mins)
• King’s Road (16 mins)
• Kensington Palace (17 mins)
• Kensington High Street (20 mins)
• Harrods (22 mins)
• Chelsea Physic Gardens (28 mins)
• Stamford Bridge (28 mins)
• Gloucester Road Tube Station (1 min)
• South Kensington Tube Station (8 mins)
• Earls Court Tube Station (13 mins)
• Royal Brompton Hospital (15 mins)
• Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (16 mins)
• Bupa Cromwell Hospital (16 mins)