London Visitors Hotel est. 1954


Our hotel consist of a pair of Victorian houses, built in 1870, on the Estate of Lord Holland. Typically these were single family houses, and we have retained many period features, lending the hotel much charm and character.

"In a posh residential area near upscale Kensington, the Visitors welcomes a largely European clientele. The Executive rooms are well equipped, with hair-dryers, ironing boards, and trouses presses. The lounge is in dramatic silver and blue - and there´s usually a working open fire. The lovely breakfast room is wood-paneled with comfortable chairs. Outiside in a little courtyard are primulas and palm trees. Holland Road is busy, but the surrounding neighborhood is beautiful; Holland Park is near, as are Kensington High Street, Notting Hill, and the museums of South Kensington."

Arthur Frommers´s
"The little wonder hotels of London"