An imposing Georgian mansion in fashionable South Kensington, the four star Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt stays faithful to its past but espouses modern comfort in a classic London cityscape of porticos and leafy squares.
Moments from London’s world-class museums, step into the frescoed lobby and take in a characterful ambience of open fireplaces, deep sofas for laid-back lounging and quietly stylish rooms.
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On Your Doorstep
Imperial College London, Chelsea, Kings Road, Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum, Knightsbridge and Harrods, Hyde Park, Kensington Palace and Gardens, Royal Albert Hall and Memorial, Sloane Street haute couture.
Morning: Harrods is best experienced shortly after it opens. Of all the attractions, the greatest is probably the food hall - the finest food in the world, begging to be eaten - a great place for gifts that people actually want too.
Noon: The V&A is the quietest of the great museums. Enjoy a stroll around the latest exhibits before heading back to the hotel for a traditional afternoon tea.
Night: With a wealth of world class restaurants on your doorstep, you're spoilt for choice. Head to South Kensington for smart brasseries or walk to nearby Earls Court for Chinese at Mr Wing on Old Brompton Road - alleged to be one of Princess Diana's favourites.
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