Natural History Museum is 1.9 km from the apartment, while Victoria and Albert Museum is 2.2 km away. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 17 km from Plum Guide – Cornerstone. Plum Guide – Cornerstone is located in the Kensington and Chelsea district of London, 1.1 km from Portobello Road Market, 1.3 km from Olympia Exhibition Centre and 1.6 km from Royal Albert Hall. The property is 2.3 km from The Serpentine and 2.3 km from Eventim Apollo. With free WiFi, this apartment provides a TV, a washing machine and a kitchen with a dishwasher and microwave.
Portobello Road Market is 2.2 km from The Holland Park Escape, while Eventim Apollo is 2.6 km away. The nearest airport is London Heathrow Airport, 17 km from the accommodation. The property is 3 km from Royal Albert Hall and 3.7 km from Natural History Museum. The apartment includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with free toiletries, a living room, and a kitchen. A flat-screen TV is featured. In the Kensington and Chelsea district of London, close to Olympia Exhibition Centre, The Holland Park Escape – Modern & Central 2BDR Flat features free WiFi and a washing machine.
All units are equipped with air conditioning, a microwave, a coffee machine, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. At the hotel every room comes with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 17 km from the accommodation. Well set in the Kensington and Chelsea district of London, CG Kensington is located 1.1 km from Royal Albert Hall, 1.2 km from Natural History Museum and 1.2 km from Olympia Exhibition Centre. Located around 2 km from The Serpentine, the hotel is also 2 km away from Harrods.
Holland Park is a district sandwiched between the streets of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in west London.The leafy district has a park named, Holland Park at its heart.The Holland Park with its lushy green openspaces make it the London’s best cultural scene.Holland Park is a princely and elegant region, known for eye catchy vast Victorian townhouses, and opulent shopping centres and eateries. There are numerous mainstream shopping venues situated around Holland Park, incorporating Notting Hill, High Street Kensington, Ledbury Road, Portobello Market, Westbourne Grove, Holland Park Avenue and Clarendon. Holland Park has no official boundaries,but roughly it is considered that the district is bordered by Holland Park avenue in the North and by the Kensington High Street in the South.Holland Park has been a epitome for the entertainment and arts industries.
The green space,Holland Park was initially started in 1952. The Park is established in the previous grounds of Holland House toward the South-however a significant part of the grounds of Holland House have been sold to resident engineers. The wooded park is one of London's littlest open parks. The summer ball room of Holland House is occupied by the Belvedere restaurant and presentations are held in the other rooms.Belvedere is one of the opulent restaurants of the area. Holland House was one of the Kensington’s first incredible places and was possessed by Cromwell's armed force at the time of the English civil war. Holland Park is additionally the site of the Kyoto Japanese Garden-a biology garden and rose garden assembled for the London festival of Japan.The park includes a playground and a bistro.Musical shows and dramas are organized at the park theatre. Peacocks and squirrels are plenteous all through the recreation centre.Due to the lushy strolls and elegant sights of Holland Park,it is considered as the amorous park of the city.Holland Park is served by the Holland Park underground station.
The heart of the area is Holland Park Avenue, where the visitors can taste a cup of coffee in the bustling coffee cafés. Julie's Restaurant and Champagne Bar has been extinguishing the thirst of Londoners for more than 40 years and a glass of bubbly in its wanton,is an amazing experience to be tried once.The restaurants of the destination serves delicious dishes like grilled sardines, crispy skin chicken, lobster and much more.People come here on special days to dwell in this exquisite environment.Some of the astounding eating spots of the area includes the Academy,the Castle and the Ladbroke Arms each offering delectable plates of dishes.
The shopping venue of the area has a range of diverse shops from sumptuous boutique stalls to vintage shops.In the Clarendon Cross,a cluster of shops with opulent goods occupy the area.The Harper and Tom’s flower shop is renowned for its charming flowers that spills out.Vintage wares can be bought from the Virginia store and kitchen wares in Summerill & Bishop. Michanicou Bros is a fresh fruit grocery on Clarendon Road where dozens of exotic fruits decorate the store with mouth-watery aroma throughout the year.Some of the West London’s best schools run in Holland Park.