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Holiday Inn London-Kingston South
Portsmouth Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey

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Welcome to Holiday Inn London – Kingston South, a new contemporary and stylish hotel for Kingston, perfect for guests staying for work or pleasure and within easy reach of central London, the M25, A3, M3 and Heathrow airport.Overlooking the River Thames and close to Hampton Court Palace the Holiday Inn London - Kingston South hotel is the perfect base to explore Surrey with Thorpe Park, RHS Gardens Wisely, Ham House, Painshill Park and Polesden all within easy reach of the hotel.For a great family get away Chessington World of Adventures is close by and Kids stay and eat free at the Holiday Inn London – Kingston South.Ideally situated for sports fans the Holiday Inn London - Kingston South hotel is convenient for Sandown Park, Kempton Park and Epsom racecourses, Wimbledon for Tennis and Twickenham for Rugby Each one of this Kingston hotel’s bedrooms has crisp white linen and a pillow menu with choice of five different pillows for your extra comfort. Air conditioning, the latest flat screen TV’s with 24 hour news, music, satellite and pay movie channels with work desk and free high speed internet access. Other facilities include accessible accommodation, business support, extensive conference and function facilities, Restaurant, 24hour in-room dinning, No.8 Bar & Lounge, on-site parking and fitness suite.

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