Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington
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Located in the trendy district of South Kensington, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington oozes plenty of style and elegance for a truly magnificent city break. With an enviable location close to Gloucester Road Underground Station, this modern and majestic hotel is perfectly placed to enjoy many of London’s greatest attractions including Hyde Park, Kensington Palace, the V&A Museum and the Natural History Museum.
Guests staying at the London Kensington Millennium Gloucester Hotel can enjoy stylish and spacious rooms complete with satellite TV, pay per view movies, direct dial telephone, broadband internet (chargeable), tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and mini bar. On top of all this, guests will receive access to the hotel’s modern leisure facilities at the fitness centre.
You’ll never be short of dining options whilst staying at the Millennium Gloucester London Kensington Hotel. From Indian cuisine at the Bombay Brasserie and Oriental delights at the Bugis Street Brasserie to hearty breakfasts from South West 7 and relaxing treats at Humphrey’s Bar, this 4* London hotel will offer a memorable meal anytime of the day.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 8
- Total Rooms Number: 610
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Smoking rooms
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Children Only: 15
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £35.00 Per 24 Hours
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: GLOUCESTER ROAD
- Distance: 200 metres
- Name: VICTORIA
- Distance: 1.5 miles
- Name: HEATHROW
- Distance: 14 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Gloucester Road Distance: 200 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Victoria Distance: 1.5 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Heathrow Distance: 14 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 4239 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Lovely hotel and staff - shame about it's location
Stay Date: 02/2017, Bigjohn277 wrote this review.
I was booked into the Millennium Gloucester Hotel last minute because storm Doris caused my train to be cancelled. The reception area is beautiful and the reception staff are very professional. They offered me a free room upgrade which I accepted. Th… See more
I was booked into the Millennium Gloucester Hotel last minute because storm Doris caused my train to be cancelled. The reception area is beautiful and the reception staff are very professional. They offered me a free room upgrade which I accepted. The room was big, with an excellent shower and the hotel breakfast was decent. My only issue with the hotel is its location. Sadly I was in a room that overlooked the delivery point for Waitrose, and while my room's windows were shut, I could hear from 5AM, delivery trucks reversing. It is a real shame because I can't fault the hotel, but to be woken up and kept up while trying to sleep spoiled my experience. Collapse
Ok but not great
Stay Date: 02/2017, 477sarip wrote this review.
We stayed in a suite and had loads of space. View was grey walls, one remote control missing, one phone not working, room dark and far from luxurious. Club lounge had separate breakfast but was crowded. Very friendly staff and metro station nearby.
We stayed in a suite and had loads of space. View was grey walls, one remote control missing, one phone not working, room dark and far from luxurious. Club lounge had separate breakfast but was crowded. Very friendly staff and metro station nearby. Collapse
It's gone downhill in the past few years!
Stay Date: 02/2017, sophieottaway wrote this review.
In 2014, I stayed at this hotel quite regularly and had fond memories of the place so I decided to book in again in February 2017 when I was working in the city. While I remembered it to be a tired hotel with a posh lobby, I'd always felt safe there … See more
In 2014, I stayed at this hotel quite regularly and had fond memories of the place so I decided to book in again in February 2017 when I was working in the city. While I remembered it to be a tired hotel with a posh lobby, I'd always felt safe there and the rooms were good sizes. However, my visit to this hotel last week was one of the worst hotel visits I've ever experienced. I'll start with the positives: - Receptionists very friendly and polite and nice people - Lobby is impressive - Rooms, while tired, are a good size for London - Free paper every morning My first night of 3 was fairly reasonable - it was quiet and I slept well. The rooms have become much more tired than when I'd visited last but they are good in size and they have a decent HD television. However, it all went downhill on the second night. Upon arriving back to hotel on the evening of 21/02/17, I was just getting out of the shower and the fire alarm went off. I threw on some clothes and went down the fire exit from the 5th floor to wait outside with many other guests. There was no communication from any of the staff and we had no idea what was going on, nor were we told when we could go back in or whether the alarm was real or false. Eventually people started wandering back in and I just followed them... quite strange really. Reading TripAdvisor, this seems to be a common occurence here. It turned out the fire alarm was the least of my worries as what was in store for me next was much more disturbing. About 11pm door started slamming on the corridor outside my room and there was loud shouting by male foreign travellers. The shouting went on for a long time and there was crashing, banging and at one point the sound of smashing glass. I heard a woman crying and running down the corridor. This went on for ages and on-and-off until 4am. It came to a heated climax around 3:30am when I genuinely thought there was some kind of terrorist seige going on outside my room. It obviously wasn't a terrorist seige but it was definitely something untoward - perhaps a fight or something. I'm not easily scared as I stay in hotels 4 nights a week most weeks with my business but I was absolutely petrified. Something was definitely not right, but I cannot blame this guest's behaviour on the hotel - it was the fault of the guest. Whatever happened that night, I think security came up at some point and tried to resolve it but it continued on. The next night they were gone, but I slept badly as every last piece of noise in the corridor resonated through the room waking me up every hour. Other weird things to note... I was excited to see there were some chocolate custard creams in the room - a pack of three. However, on closer inspection - it was a pack of three but the previous guest had opened it, eaten one and put the packet back. They'd not been replaced between guests. Needless to say, I left the biscuits well alone. It's sad to write a negative review as I usually write really nice ones - it's just this experience was one of the worst I've had in London. At £110 a night, I felt quite robbed to be honest. Such a shame as this used to be a little gem. Maybe time for a refurbishment, a new fire alarm system and more aggressive security to keep the dodgier guests at bay! Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, Meetz61 wrote this review.
The pictures of this hotel on websites are shown to be renovated however both standard and club rooms are still old and tired. I paid £170 for a club room and it looked like a nursing home. My tap leaked all night the bathroom is small and mould is g… See more
The pictures of this hotel on websites are shown to be renovated however both standard and club rooms are still old and tired. I paid £170 for a club room and it looked like a nursing home. My tap leaked all night the bathroom is small and mould is growing in the tiles. There is a towel radiator with a sign saying it is not a towel radiator! Horrible hotel. Never again will i stay here. I complained and manager decides not to address the leaking tap issue. Collapse
Ok, but some electrical issues
Stay Date: 02/2017, C2777EUandrewj wrote this review.
I was really impressed with the look and feel of the hotel. However, the TV didn't work neither did the sockets near the bed which was a bit of a pain. It also looked like it hadn't been cleaned properly as there were dirty flannel and towel that had… See more
I was really impressed with the look and feel of the hotel. However, the TV didn't work neither did the sockets near the bed which was a bit of a pain. It also looked like it hadn't been cleaned properly as there were dirty flannel and towel that hadn't been changed over. Also the previous guests questionnaire hadn't been taken which made for some similar reading. I was only there one night Collapse
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