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Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum, London

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I recently booked to attend a 'Black Tie and Posh Frocks' Party at Holiday Inn Kensington Forum through a multi-activity group I am a member of. This review is of my experience staying at the hotel, and dining in their function rooms. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION The hotel is based ... Read review

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AdvantagesNice rooms, breakfast, polite staff

DisadvantagesBusy hotel, a lot of waiting around.

"...and Posh Frocks' Party at Holiday Inn Kensington Forum through a multi-activity group I am a member of. This review is of my experience staying at the hotel, and dining in their function rooms. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION The hotel is based at 97 Cromwell Road which is just a few minutes walk from Gloucester Road tube station (Piccadilly, Circle & District lines). Strangely however the main entrance is actually on Courtfield Road which runs ..." Read review
23.09.2013

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Community Level 5jonesri

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Holiday Inn Kensington Forum

AdvantagesNear tude station, modern hotel

DisadvantagesExpensive car parking

"...had booked was in the Holiday Inn Kensington Forum (for anyone who has never seen this site before I recommend reading some of the reviews on it, it will save you loads of money.). The only downside to the site is that you donít know what the hotel is until you have booked it so I was relieved to see that it was part of the Holiday Inn chain and felt confident of having a pleasant stay. ** Background ** The Holiday Inn chain of hotels is owned ..." Read review
31.08.2004

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Community Level 1yellow_sub...

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Holiday Inn- all you need for a short stay in London

AdvantagesGood value for money, well positioned (close to shops, restaurants etc.)

DisadvantagesLimited parking, not as modern as many other hotels

"...room, in which case the Holiday Inn is a good place to stay. We ordered the full English breakfast each morning- there was a good selection of food and you could take as much as you like. However, the dinner menu was mainly Indian food so there wasn't a great variety to choose from; so we decided to find a nearby restaurant (which there are plenty of). The hotel rooms are spacious and clean with plenty of storage and although the decor was slightly ..." Read review
16.03.2010

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Comfortable Pleasurable Stay

AdvantagesComfortable rooms, gracious staff, reasonably priced

Disadvantagesnone

"I stayed at Holiday Inn for a week. While I didnít have an exceptional experience, it wasnít even bad. I had a comfortable stay! I wasnít inconvenienced for anything Ė food, drinks and the service in general was up to the mark. I used to enjoy the morning breakfast. It was healthy and delicious and you could also eat to your heartís content Ė baked beans, scrambled egg, white toast, juices, pudding, marmalade, cereals, etc. The breakfast was filling ..." Read review
20.03.2012

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Community Level 1stormydogdog

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Fabulous thiough brief stay in Kensingtons Holiday Inn

AdvantagesVery comfortable hotel offering all the comforts of home

DisadvantagesNone

"...we stayed overnight in the Holiday Inn, Kensington Forum. Though a huge hotel this has all the comforts of home with well equipped rooms and friendly helpful staff with excellent service as the reception desk was manned at all times. The rooms were comfortable and well equipped with extras available if needed. Staff were extremely helpful and polite. Breakfast was wonderful. Even the lifts to the different floors were quicker than expected - a ..." Read review
12.05.2010

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Product details

Rating 3 Stars
Rooms 914
Type Hotel
Address 97 Cromwell Road, London, SW7 4DN
City London
Country England

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