Our hotel offers style, convenience and character for all. Adjoining a quiet and charming Central London garden square, The Nadler Kensington is situated in an ideal location within only a few minutes walk from either Earls Court or Gloucester Road underground stations. When exiting Earls Court tube station, follow signs for Earls Court Road.
There are six local bus routes that take you to South Kensington, Chelsea, Fulham, Putney, Notting Hill, Shepherd's Bush, Richmond and Clapham. For Knightsbridge and central London, take the South Kensington buses.
Many of London's main tourist attractions such as the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, Earl's Court, Olympia, Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum, Kensington Palace, and Kensington Palace Gardens with the famous Peter Pan statue, are all within walking distance or a short bus or tube ride away from our Kensington hotel.
The hotel is also a 5 minute walk from the The Medical Chambers Kensington at 10 Knaresborough Place - a private medical out-patient facility offering consultations & treatments with a wide range of specialists.
This month we celebrate Halloween on the night of Thursday 31st.
Where better to spend Halloween than in London, with its gloomy dungeons, haunted tower and bloodthirsty history? Why not head to one of London's scary attractions such as The London Dungeons, or take a chilling Jack the Ripper tour on the streets of the capital.
Bonfire Night Fireworks: 5th November
Remember, remember the fifth of November… make sure you celebrate Bonfire Night in style at one of the many spectacular firework displays held across London.
The Lord Mayor's Show: 8th November
From vibrant samba dancing to military marching bands, the legendary Lord Mayor's Show offers a host of entertainment as it winds its way through the heart of London.
The Lord Mayor's Show dates back to 1215, when King John granted a charter allowing the citizens of London to elect their own mayor. Every year since, the newly elected Lord Mayor of London has travelled from the City of London to Westminster to pledge allegiance to the Crown.
These days, the parade is more of a celebration than a show of loyalty. Join in the fun as around half a million people turn out to watch as the colourful procession travels across London.
After the procession, a fantastic fireworks display lights up the sky over the river Thames.
The iconic golden Lord Mayor's coach can be seen at the Museum of London during the rest of the year.
Remembrance in London: 9th - 11th November
Each year in November, the United Kingdom remembers the men and women who gave their lives in the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts.
11th November is known as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day or Poppy Day.
During the First World War, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of continuous warfare. In many parts of the world, people observe a two-minute silence at 11h00 on 11th November.
Remembrance Sunday is the second Sunday in November (the Sunday nearest to 11th November), and sees special events and services relating to remembrance.
This year it is on 9th November, and there'll be a Cenotaph Parade in Whitehall in London. The Cenotaph ceremony is organised annually by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, with The Royal British Legion coordinating the March Past.
There will also be various concerts, church services and events in London on and around this date to mark Remembrance Day.
Winter Wonderland: 21st November - 4th January 2015
Festive family favorite Winter Wonderland returns to London's Hyde Park with big top shows, the observation wheel and a huge Christmas market.
Follow the magical pathways and admire the beauty of the exquisite sculptures and crystal-like characters throughout the themed rooms. Meet the woodland ice creatures as you roam through the stalagmite forest – the ice bears, wolves, stags, owls, foxes and rabbits. Try a seat in the fairytale unicorn-pulled carriage, and take the slide in the magnificent ice castle. Specially created by Winter Wonderland and unique to the UK, this arctic experience will take your breath away!
Children and adults alike will be enchanted by the unmissable addition to Santa Land this year.
Introducing: “Santa’s Factory”, a fun-house where Santa and his industrious elves are making gifts ready for the big day! Walk through his magical sleigh, meet the elves and pay a visit to Santa’s Lapland grotto.
If you’re good with heights and want to see Winter Wonderland from above…try the fabulous new Star Flyer. For a truly exhilarating experience, soar over 60 metres into the air as it spins 360 degrees and feel the wind through your hair. It’s the closest thing to flying!
St Andrew's Day in London: 30th November
Celebrate St Andrew's Day in London.
St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland and St Andrew's Day is Scotland's official national day. It's a bank holiday in Scotland, although not in London, but on St Andrew's Day many people in London devote themselves to a celebration of all things Scottish.
Expect bagpipes, tartan, golf, whisky and, of course, haggis!