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Top west end London Notting Hill apartments

Hotel DoorThese four star serviced apartments are a real find.  Enabling you to stay in London flexibly, this choice ensures that you are placed in the thick of things in prestigious Notting Hill.  In fact, you are not far off the place where the famous ‘garden scene’ was shot in the film of the same name.  A fine facade hides away the modern, contemporary and functional interior, complete with state of the art fixtures and fittings.  There is also a secure 24 hour reception, porter service and free WiFi in the public area.

The apartments benefit from a weekly cleaning service as well as having air conditioning, a flat screen LCD TV with cable, interconnecting rooms for a flexible family/large group layout, free internet access, a fully equipped kitchen area with a dishwasher, microwave and cooker, a comfy living space and dining area, washing machine, iron and ironing board, safe, hairdryer and an en suite bathroom.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The free entry into the wonderful Natural History Museum is a definite plus for exasperated mums and dads who want their kids to have a really great time.  This attraction is one of London’s busiest and most prolific so it can get very busy, but it is very worth the effort, rainy day or not.

For romance

The National Trust owned Carlyle’s House tells the story of Thomas and Jane Carlyle, one of the first ever celebrity couples. The house has been captured in time as it would have been when they lived there, while the walled gardens are a delight.

For culture

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation was founded in 1988 to support a greater understanding of the cultural links between the two countries.  The amazing art gallery and exhibition space showcases some staggeringly beautiful work.  It is free to the public.

For shopping

Dolly Diamond is a quirky vintage and second hand shop where you time travel through the ages in clothes and accessories. One moment its the 1960’s the next it’s the 1800’s.  Something for everyone, even just the plain curious.

For eating out

FREA has two frozen yoghurt outlets in the city, including one in Notting Hill.  The choice there is limited when it comes to flavours, but who needs choice when they taste this good.  Plus, they are all organic and have no added artificial colours, so you can happily indulge and feel guilt free about it.

For nightlife

The Gate may be filled with trendy ‘trustafarian’ types and beautiful socialites with cash to splash, but it still knows how to have a good time.  A stalwart on the Notting Hill party scene and one not to miss.

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