See the Best of London While Staying at a Bed and Breakfast in Central London
The Eden Plaza is a bed and breakfast in Central London that provides guests with a quiet, peaceful, and private place to stay while they’re getting out every day and seeing all the sights in central London. Many of these London attractions are within walking distance of the hotel. If guests need help getting tickets to attractions, or need help finding directions, or even need suggestions for places to go and things to see and do, the reception desk is always available for assistance. Hotel front desk staff are multi-lingual to assist guests.
Each room at the Eden Plaza Kensington has updated furnishings and mattresses of good quality. Each room also has its own private, en suite bathroom with good water pressure in the showers to help you unwind after a busy day or get a good start in the morning. The hotel provides guests with complimentary toiletries from Verdi. Each bath comes with a hair dryer, and that’s convenient for guests who are travelling without a voltage converter kit. The rooms all have Samsung flat-screen televisions with a remote control, direct dial telephones, and air conditioning. Guests can make their own leisurely cup of coffee or mug of tea right in the room. Room doors have a safety chain and a hole to allow guests to see who is outside the door.
Wi-Fi access is available in the rooms and in the guest lounge. The bar and lounge, with a large fish aquarium, is a nice place to meet and relax with friends in the evening, have a drink, and have internet access, and to enjoy a continental breakfast in the morning. The hotel has 7 floors with a lift, and their are 80 guest rooms.
Major London attractions are located within an easy two-mile walk from the Eden Plaza Kensington. After enjoying a continental breakfast, get your day’s walk in and see the best of London on foot, which will give you a much closer perspective than sitting in a taxi. You’ll be able to walk to the Natural History Museum, shopping at Harrod’s Knightsbridge, and national treasures like Buckingham Palace.