The ibis London Earls Court hotel is a large three-star hotel within easy walking distance to Earls Court and Fulham.
It is a large hotel with 504 guest rooms arranged over 12 storeys and it feels a little dated in comparison to many newer ibis hotels. However, the rooms are clean and they’re a little larger than rooms in ibis’s newer hotels with most rooms ranging from 17m² (182 sq ft) to 22m² (236 sq ft) and unlike most ibis hotels, there are even some 38m² (409 sq ft) suites.
All rooms have comfortable beds, a work desk, a flat-screen television, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms.
The hotel’s two dining options include La Table and the George and Dragon Pub. La Table is a good value traditional buffet and the George and Dragon is a traditional pub, although there are better pubs nearby including the Lillie Langtry and The Prince, both near the hub by Premier Inn hotel, a two-minute walk towards Earls Court.
Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
The ibis London Earls Court is located near the Empress State Building on the dodgy side of Earls Court not far from North End Road, which runs from West Kensington to Fulham. From here you can walk to most parts of Chelsea, Earls Court, Fulham and Kensington within 25 minutes.
Although it is only 620m from the Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge stadium, the layout of the local road network means that it is a 20-minute walk from the hotel.
It is a four-minute walk from West Brompton station, which is served by the Overground and the Wimbledon branch of the District line, and a six-minute walk to the Warwick Road entrance to Earls Court tube station.
From West Brompton, there are Overground trains every 15 minutes to Clapham Junction or Willesden Junction and tube trains running every five minutes to Wimbledon (17 minutes away) with half the northbound trains going to either Edgware Road (13 minutes away) or Tower Hill (25 minutes away).
Earls Court Tube station (on the District and Piccadilly lines) is only an extra five-minute walk away and from here you can get to South Kensington in four minutes, Kings Cross St Pancras in 20 minutes, Piccadilly Circus in 12 minutes and Westminster in 13 minutes. The Piccadilly line also serves as a direct link to Heathrow Airport with a journey time of around 35 minutes.