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.
Winter Wonderland: until 4th January 2015
Festive family favourite 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!
Midnight Mass at St Paul's Cathedral: 24th December
St Paul's is a magnificent cathedral, viewed by many as the spiritual home of Great Britain, and a fantastic place to be on the night before Christmas when the choir of St Paul’s Cathedral is joined by Barbican Brass to mark the first Eucharist of Christmas. This is one of many celebrations held in the Cathedral through the month of December.
Christmas 2014 in London: 25th December
London acquires a special sparkle around Christmas time. The weather is frosty, the Christmas lights are twinkling, and shoppers line the streets.
The centrepiece of London's festive spectacle is the giant Christmas tree – a gift to London from the people of Norway – which is beautifully adorned and set up in Trafalgar Square each year.
There's a wealth of family entertainment on offer over the festive season, from temporary ice skating rinks to Santa's grottos and pantomimes. On Christmas Day, London's hundreds of Christian churches, chapels and cathedrals hold Christmas services, which everyone is welcome to attend.
The Peter Pan Cup in Hyde Park: 25th December
While children across London are eagerly waiting to unwrap their presents on Christmas morning, members of the Serpentine Swimming Club will be preparing to swim their traditional 100 yard (91m) Christmas Day race.
Swimmers have been meeting in London's Hyde Park on Christmas morning since 1864 to compete in the famous Christmas Day swim, the first of which was won by H. Coulter. He won a gold medal, which became the customary prize for the winner.
New Year's Eve in London: 31st December
Celebrate New Year's Eve in London - it's one of the capital’s biggest party nights, with a host of festivities, fireworks and fun!
Be dazzled by the spectacular firework display along the River Thames, launched from the foot of the London Eye and rafts on the Thames, visible from most of Central London. Once you have enjoyed the magnificent view, head into Central London to see in the New Year in one of the city’s many restaurants, bars and clubs.
The fun doesn’t stop there, as there are a number of events taking place on New Year’s Day too! This year marks the 27th anniversary of New Year’s Day Parade, a tradition that has brought the weird and the wonderful to the streets of London.
Mayor of London's New Year's Eve Fireworks Display: 31st December
London's spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks display at the EDF Energy London Eye is famous around the world.
At midnight, Big Ben's famous "bongs" will ring out, followed by the UK's largest annual fireworks display. Celebrations will continue until the early hours, and staying until the end will make it easier to leave the viewing areas and go home!
Expect bagpipes, tartan, golf, whisky and, of course, haggis!