Hotels in South Kensington

The Cranley
10-12 Bina Gardens
South Kensington

SW5 0LA | View map

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In a quiet, tree-lined street in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea, the Cranley Hotel has a superb location. Within walking distance of many of London's main attractions, this boutique hotel is just a short stroll from the museums of South Kensington and the fantastic shops of Knightsbridge and the King's Road. This carefully preserved, listed building houses 39 brand new, sympathetically refurbished rooms. Each room features antique furnishings, original prints and high-speed internet access. Complimentary Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available in the lobby and in the hotelís public areas. Guests receive a free welcome drink upon arrival. Complimentary afternoon tea is served daily between 16:00 and 17:00. A free glass of champagne is available every evening, between 19:00 and 20:00. The hotelís friendly and helpful team are happy to help you make the most of your stay. Staff can help make reservations for restaurants; book tickets for theatre shows or make arrangements for cars or limousines.

The newly refurbished Penthouse Meeting Room is situated on the hotelís top floor and can accommodate meetings for up to 12 delegates. The room is 30 m≤ in area and has 2 large windows, ensuring it receives plenty of natural light. The room is air conditioned and has direct access to a boutique private terrace. The hotelís Interview Room is slightly smaller, with a total area of 15m≤. The Interview Room is adjacent to the meeting room and is ideal for interviews or as a break-out room. This room can accommodate meetings for up to 4 people.


Number of Rooms: 39
Number Ensuite: 39
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