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Kings Arms
2 Lion Gate
Hampton Court Road
East Molesey

Hampton Court
Surrey

KT8 9DD | View map

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Perched on the edge of Hampton Court Palace, this historic hotel boasts individually styled and themed rooms. Backing onto the famous Hampton Court maze, providing easy access to the Palace grounds and Bushey Park, The Kings Arms is surrounded by sophisticated heritage. Built around 1709, with a stone frontage that can be dated back to 1658, the hotel was recently refurbished and now offers several distinctive, fully equipped rooms. Each based around the theme of Henry VIII and his 6 wives, you can enjoy a relaxed stay with a unique feel. Dine either al fresco in the courtyard, informally in the comfortable lounge bar, or in the restaurant for something a little extra special.

The hotel restaurant serves a varied, seasonal mix of English and Mediterranean cuisine, freshly prepared to order using fresh ingredients from local suppliers. Meals can also be taken in the lounge bar, where a selection wines and real ales are available.

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