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Less than a minute’s walk from Holland Park Underground Station and Notting Hill Gate, Ravna Gora is a period townhouse offering bed and breakfast accommodation. Super close to underground station!! The executive single room was perfect for two nights!!
The 19th-century Garden Court Hotel is superbly situated in Kensington Gardens Square. It offers stylish, family-run accommodation, a short walk from Bayswater Underground Station. Very clean and friendly. Loved our stay there.
Located in a quiet garden square in Bayswater, Lords Hotel offers en suite rooms and a 24-hour reception. Bayswater and Queensway Underground Stations are only a 5-minute walk away. Budget hotel with okay room that does the job if you only need a place to stay for a (couple of)...
The Distillery in London provides adults-only accommodation with a restaurant and a bar. A lovely, funky but welcoming place, made even better by the superb staff.
Centrally situated just 5 minutes' walk from London's leafy Hyde Park, the modern and stylish Notting Hill Gate Hotel offers free WiFi throughout. Locality few steps from Kensington gardens, near to subway, quiet street. Good choice for...
Just 10 minutes' walk from Hyde Park and Notting Hill Gate, The Premier Notting Hill is situated in a quiet square in Bayswater, and close to Queensway, Whiteleys Shopping Centre and the London... RECEPTION STAFF EXCELLENT BEST LOCATION ROOM 010 IS THE BEST FOR A COUPLE
This basic and quiet London hotel offers good-value comfort a short walk from Bayswater Tube, Hyde Park and Whiteleys Shopping Centre. The location is great, the staff is friendly, everything was clean
In London’s zone 1, close to Bayswater London Underground Station, this small hostel offers clean, cheap, budget accommodation at great-value rates, in 6- and 8-bed dormitories. I really enjoyed the stay at this hostel
Situated in a quiet Victorian square. The Royal Chulan Hyde Park Hotel offers modern aparthotel accommodation in the fashionable Bayswater area of London, just a 10-minute walk from Notting Hill. The bed in our room was too large for the space, but we opted for the smaller room in order to be on...
Even without the market being open, this was a worthwhile visit. It is longer than we had anticipated which was also good. Some good cafes. We ate at a French bakery that had delicious savoury rolls and even more tempting cakes and pastries
Go early, less crowded. Or go later, less crowded. Sometimes some better deals. Sellers want to make a sale before going home. Don't be in a hurry. Have cash; not all vendors take credit cards - and those are often with the more unusual one-off items.
Watch your Wallet!!! Because of the throngs of crowds on a Saturday; Opportunist Pick-pockets work the area. I worked here at weekends and tourists regularly lost Mobile phones and Wallers as they naively shopped. Fabulous Ambience, Amazing Market, if you’re looking for the locations for the film ‘Notting Hill’ Google this before visiting; as sites are not clearly marked.
If you haven't visited this market, I suggest it is a place to go when visiting London. Wow, this market has everything you could possibly need, lot's and lot's of stalls from fruit and veg, to antiques and food stalls which gets the mouth watering.