Twenty Nevern Square is a lovely boutique hotel in Earls Court that is a step up from most other hotels in the immediate neighbourhood.
It is a small hotel in a converted Victorian-era townhouse with 20 guest rooms with interior decor inspired by Asia and the Middle East. All rooms are air-conditioned with comfortable beds, a flatscreen television, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms with bathrobes.
Rooms range from 7.5m² (81 sq ft) to 22m² (215 sq ft) and the suites, which have separate living and sleeping areas, range from 24m² (258 sq ft) to 45m² (480 sq ft). Some of the smaller rooms don’t have work desks, although the Terrace Double room makes up for this with its own private outdoor terrace.
Continental breakfast is included in your room rate, although you’ll need to pay extra for a full-English breakfast.
The hotel also has its own on-site bar and it also has its own courtyard garden.
Free Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
The hotel is in a nice part of Earls Court and overlooks a lovely private park (access is only available to people living on Nevern Square). Earls Court is a popular area for hotels and there is a good choice of places to eat and drink along Earls Court Road and it is within easy walking distance to most of the main points of interest in Kensington.
Nearby attractions include the Design Museum, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the V&A and the Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge stadium, which are all within a 25-minute walk from the hotel.
The hotel’s proximity to Earls Court Tube station (on the District and Piccadilly lines) means that you can quickly get to other areas of London. 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.
Private parking is available but it comes at an additional cost.