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London Town Hotel

Basic Data
City London
Location 15 Penywern Road, Earls
Court, London SW5 9TY
Rooms 31

A renovated Victorian Townhouse built around 1877 - London Town Hotel, London is located in the shady avenue of Penywern Road. The hotel is a family run, bed & breakfast establishment in central London that has earned acclaim as one of the well maintained Three Star Hotels in London. Strategically located in Earl’s Court, London Town Hotel is within easy reach from Heathrow Airport, the M4 motorway, Earls Court Underground station and West Brompton Train station. The hotel serves as an ideal place for business as well as leisure.

Accommodation at London Town Hotel
Seek accommodation at nay of the 31 comfortable appointed rooms at London Town Hotel in London, which are categorized as single, double, triple and family rooms. Designed to provide maximum warmth, comfort and a relaxing ambience, these rooms come appointed with facilities like:
  • En suite facilities
  • Color TV
  • Telephone
  • Central heating
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Hairdryer
  • Wake-up calls
  • Non-smoking Rooms
Dining at London Town Hotel
Enjoy healthy and delicious Continental Breakfast served at the London Town Hotel between 7.30 am and 9.00 am.

Business at London Town Hotel
Business facilities at London Town Hotel in London in United Kingdom comprises decent conferencing facilities, whereby Internet and WiFi access are available in the Guests Lounge while Fax & Photocopy facilities available at reception.

Recreation at London Town Hotel
  • Sightseeing Tours arranged with assistance from the reception
  • Guest’s Lounge
  • Patio
  • Garden
  • Tea/Coffee making arrangements at Lounge
Other facilities at London Town Hotel
  • Safe deposit box
  • Luggage Storage
  • Security Cameras in public areas
  • Lift

City Info
The present-day city of London was originally discovered by the Romans as the town of Londinium lying on the north banks of the Thames River. The town came into limelight in 1066, when William of Normandy - the last successful invader of Britain - became the England’s first king to be coroneted in Westminster Abbey.