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This exquisite little hotel would not normally qualify for the "Budget" designation, but it's a relative term in London at the best of times, and as budget splurges go, this is tops.
A quiet, tree-lined street where four early-nineteenth-century town houses have been cleverly converted into one of the city’s most comfortable boutique hotels. Full review →
Guest rooms at this lovely luxury guesthouse... look like they come from the pages of Architectural Digest, and the delightful garden is an added bonus. Full review →
Modern yet cozy is the description we keep hearing from guests... Accommodations range from small to spacious. Full review →
Number Sixteen is undoubtedly the most upscale bed-and-breakfast in Sumner Place, a smart, leafy street in South Kensington. Full review →
With uplifting splashes of colour, choice art and a sophisticated-but-fun design ethos, ravishing Number Sixteen is four properties in one and a lovely (and rather labyrinthine) place to stay. Full review →
Enticingly refurbished 19C townhouses in smart area.
A handsome, well-kept townhouse just steps from the South Kensington Tube station, Number Sixteen hotel is the perfect base for shopping and cultural excursions into London's city centre. Full review →
This is a fine pick for boutique fans in search of a stylish British hideaway with contemporary elan and quirky guest rooms that provide a surprise at every turn. Full review →
This may be Kit Kemp’s most affordable hotel but there’s no slacking in style – witness the fresh flowers and origami-ed birdbook decorations in the comfy drawing room. Full review →
A private Victorian garden with a fountain and a fishpond is a highlight of this South Kensington boutique hotel, designed by Kit Kemp in her trademark contemporary-meets-classic-English style.
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