Point West, Kensington, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 7
Set within a stylish apartment complex with 24-hour concierge our three bedroom, two bathroom apartment offers spacious and modern accommodation.
Situated on the 8th and 9th-floor offering wonderful views of London, the property boasts three bedrooms, one king bedroom with en-suite bathroom, second bedroom with a king bed, and a third bedroom with two single beds as well as another family bathroom, both bathrooms offering shower over bath and WC.
Well equipped kitchen with washer/dryer and dishwasher, as well as all other cooking appliances, the living space is vast with comfortable seating for 7 people (sofa bed for a 7th person) and a dining table for having meals in, a nice balcony off the living room offering wonderful views over the city.
The location is second to none being moments from a wealth of attractions by foot, both the Natural history museum and Science Museum only a ten min walk away, Kensington Palace and Hyde Park as well as Gloucester Road tube which is just a five-minute walk away.
This apartment is ideal for a family or business colleagues wanting a great location and a modern apartment for a base to explore our wonderful city.
- Satellite TV
- Linens Provided
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Dining Area
- Iron & Board
- Living Room
Bed & Bath
- Three Bedrooms (2 Double, 2 Single)
- Two Bathrooms
- Bath 1 – Bath With Shower
Bath 2 – Bath With Shower
Kitchen & Dining
- Seating for 6 people
- Dishes & Utensils
- Coffee Maker
Heathrow – 16 Miles
Car – Not necessary
Gloucester Road – 5 Minutes
South Kensington is home to a cluster of free museums, making it the perfect destination for families and adults alike.
In winter, the Natural History Museum also hosts an ice-rink.
At the Victoria and Albert Museum, you can see art and design from the past 3000 years, including ceramics, furniture, fashion, jewellery, photographs, sculpture, textiles and paintings.
The family-friendly Science Museum caters for kids of all ages. The interactive Garden area is specially designed for under fives, while the hands-on Launchpad gallery is perfect for teenagers.
Just next door you’ll find London’s Natural History Museum, where you can come face-to-face with a giant T-rex, and experience an earthquake in the Power Within zone.
There’s plenty of green space in Kensington – the area’s home to two of London’s magnificent Royal Parks: Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.
When you’re in Kensington Gardens, make sure you visit Kensington Palace, the current London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It is also where both Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales lived. Explore the State Apartments, see Queen Victoria’s bedroom, look around temporary exhibitions, stroll around the landscaped gardens and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea in the Orangery.
Take a walk around Kensington’s Royal Parks and you’ll discover lots more attractions, including the Serpentine lake, the Albert Memorial, the Serpentine Gallery, and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground.
Looking for a shopping fix? Check out High Street Kensington’s fabulous shops, from Urban Outfitters to Oliver Bonas. Don’t miss the Whole Foods Market, a huge organic food market housed in a former department store.
High above the shops of Kensington High Street is a hidden oasis, Kensington Roof Gardens. The rooftop is home to award-winning British restaurant, Babylon, as well as a private members’ club, a series of themed gardens and four resident flamingos!
If you’re a history fan, make sure you visit nearby Linley Sambourne House. Cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne and his family lived here from 1874, and the house still contains most of the original furniture and fittings.
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