Focus On: Free Night Hotel

There’s nothing quite like a little something for nothing. Especially when that something for nothing is a fabulous extra night at a stunning luxury London hotel. That’s right, if you know where to look, you can snag yourself an extra night free (free!) at a top London hotel, all included in the price of your stay. Too good to be true? Of course not! Check out one of our favourite luxury London hotels offering just that…

Kensington Apartment Hotel

Kensington Apartment HotelThe gorgeous Kensington Apartment Hotel is located on Knaresborough Place, Earls Court, in the leafy Kensington and West London area,  and is fantastically located to access all areas of London, with Earls Court and Gloucester Road Metro stops just a stone’s throw away

The Kensington Apartment Hotel is luxury London hotel experience not to be ignored. Offering laid back apartment style accommodation just minutes away from a whole host of interesting cafes and eateries, independent boutiques and a multitude of shops and amenities – the Kensington Apartment Hotel is the perfect pick for those who want a London luxury hotel, but want to retain a bit of their independence.

All rooms are equipped with their own comfortable and contemporary living and dining areas – so if the local restaurants don’t take your fancy, you can whip up a little something yourself. Featuring every convenience your heart could desire; tea/coffee making facilities, microwave, flat screen television and complementary Wi-Fi (always a bonus) and more. The apartments even offer a housekeeping service to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.

What’s more, if you search for mid-week availability, you might just find an extra room night for free as part of the package!

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