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Gainsborough Hotel

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7-11 Queensberry Place, South Kensington SW7 2DL London United Kingdom

Area: Kensington & Hyde park

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Book online or call +39 041 8620400


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  • 3.2/5

    Quite good

    "Free intenet access should be a matter of cou..."

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ExteriorReceptionHallBreakfast roomBreakfast roomDouble deluxe roomSingle room

The Gainsborough gives the true feeling of a welcoming English country home. It was named after a well known English artist, Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788). The surroundings are a combination of relaxed, casual décor and traditional English style. The Gainsborough is an enjoyable destination for those coming to the area of London and want to experience the trendy South Kensington, Knightsbridge, and all the lively restaurants and shops. For those who love art, there are plenty of museums, galleries, antique dealers and bookshops in the close surroundings.

 

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Hotel Services

  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Elevator
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • Bar
  • Fax service
  • Luggages store
  • Wake-up Service Available
  • Concierge
  • Internet facilities
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Wireless Internet Access in public areas

Room Features

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  • ADSL Internet Connection
  • FM radio in-room
  • Iron
  • Satellite or Cable TV
  • WiFi Wireless Internet Access
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryer
  • Pay TV
  • Tea & Coffee maker
  • Direct Phone
  • Internet Access
  • Safe
  • TV

Guest reviews

Quite good
3.2/5
 

Recommended by
4 guests out of 5

Latest Reviews

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  • Posted by: Carl Arthur So…
    On: 10 May 20123.3

    Free intenet access should be a matter of course in 2012. there is no correlation between the quality of the room (tiny room, and i really mean tiny - nowhere to sit and relax, bulb in bathroom lanmp should be replaced, tea pot connection to the socket - you have to go on your knees to find the socket under the desk, snacks - crackers, short bread etc to go with the tea).

  • Posted by: Middle-aged Co…
    On: 20 July 20093.5

    The gainsborough hotel needs to sort out your water heating system, so hot water is guaranteed. we were badly affected one evening when rain had flooded the basement without staff having noticed the flood nor the subsequent short circuit created in the hot water system. night staff were inadequate in their response to our enquiry as to the reason of the absence of hot water. it was only our insistence that made staff look into the problem. also, in the room, there were not enough sockets in places where they were needed. a guest should not have to grapple with multi-blocks hidden behind the fridge, nor should anyone have to move the kettle to the bedside table in order to reach a socket.