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Presidential Serviced Apartments Kensington

With 3 decades of experience, we pride ourselves in offering the best available service and standards in the London hospitality industry. You are sure to make the most of your stay with Presidential Serviced Apartments Kensington, Londres, be it a corporate, leisure or family holiday.

Booking with us directly will always offer you the best available rates. It gives an opportunity to avail website exclusive offers, and it makes it easier to deal with any requests you may have to tailor your stay to your particular needs.

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Presidential Apartments Kensington, a 4 star London aparthotel, offers luxury self-catering rental apartments in South Kensington, one of the best Central London suburbs to explore in and around the city
Elegantly furnished en-suite apartments Fully equipped kitchen with utensils
Washing machine, iron & iron board High-speed fibre optic internet
Flat-screen LED TV Multilingual staff
Affordable for short stays and long stays Self-catering

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With top quality beds, sofa beds, and air conditioning in every apartment you are guaranteed a good night sleep. A fully equipped kitchen, Free Wi-Fi, separate dining area and Flat screen TV will give you a feeling of not being away from home.

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Leicester Square

It is the beating heart of British cinema with all the major European premieres happening there. With Trafalgar Square to the south, Piccadilly Circus to the west, China Town to the north and Covent Garden to the east...

Leicester Square was laid out in 1670, and it was originally a residential area. However, it soon became a popular entertainment district, and it was home to a number of theatres and pleasure gardens. In the 19th century, Leicester Square became the center of London's film industry, and it has hosted many of the world's most famous film premieres.Whether you are interested in seeing a film, going to a theatre, or just people-watching, Leicester Square is a great place to spend an afternoon.

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London Tower Bridge

Considered an engineering marvel. Tower Bridge was built 120 years ago to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy Pool of London docks.

"Tower Bridge was built between 1886 and 1894. It is 800 feet (240 m) long and 213 feet (65 m) high. The bridge has two towers, which are connected by two walkways. The walkways are open to the public, and they offer stunning views of the River Thames and the surrounding area. Tower Bridge is a bascule bridge, which means that the central section of the bridge can be raised to allow ships to pass through. The bascules are raised by hydraulic power, and they can be raised in just a few minutes."

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London Theatre

London offers some of the world's best theatre, from world-famous musicals to West End shows and cutting-edge plays.

The West End is the heart of London's theatre scene, and it is home to some of the most famous theatres in the world, such as the Royal Albert Hall, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and the London Palladium. The West End is also home to many of the biggest and most popular musicals, such as The Lion King, Wicked, and Les Misérables.

Outside of the West End, there are many other great theatres in London, such as the National Theatre, the Shakespeare's Globe, and the Almeida Theatre. These theatres offer a wider range of productions, from classical plays to new writing.

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London Cinema

London has lots of unique, powerful and independent cinemas. The Electric Cinema, BFI Southbank, Gate Picturehouse, The Lexi Cinema are few of the best places to enjoy London Cinema.

Some of the most famous cinemas in London include the Odeon Leicester Square, the Empire Cinema, and the Curzon Mayfair. These cinemas are all located in the heart of the West End, and they are known for their luxurious interiors and their wide selection of films.

London is also home to a number of independent cinemas, which offer a more diverse range of films than the big chains. Some of the most popular independent cinemas in London include the Rio Cinema, the Regent Street Cinema, and the Electric Cinema.

Our Location

Take a quick Look of where we are

Nearest London Underground - Earls Court (District and Piccadilly Lines)

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Victoria and Albert Museum

0.9 mile

Kensington Palace and Gardens

1.1 mile

Natural History Museum

0.7 mile

Little Venice

2.5 mile

Kensington High Street

0.8 mile

Albert Memorial

1.2 mile

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