100 Queen’s Gate Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton is a five-star boutique hotel situated in the heart of Kensington, where curiosity meets luxury.
The former home of Victorian aristocrat and explorer, William Alexander, the property is steeped in an eclectic and fascinating history. A stay at the hotel situates guests in the heart of West London, offering immediate access to discover the best museums and galleries in the capital, as well as boasting its own extensive art collection.
Part of the Curio Collection by Hilton, the hotel offers a unique stay for independent and curious individuals looking for quality service, beautiful interiors and standout dining and drinking options.
Whimsical and spectacular design promotes discovery and sparks interaction, inspiring guests to think differently, building on the incredible history of the South Kensington locale. Guests are encouraged to seek out the English Heritage Blue Plaques that tell a story of the historical figures that lived in the area of 100 Queen’s Gate – London.
The Lobby is home to the hotel’s library and several curiosity cases, each filled with quirky artefacts collected from around the world. Historical books line the library shelves and it’s the ideal place to relax, get some work done or read through the news of the day.
The hotel is home to 228 uniquely designed and spacious rooms situated over six floors, including 11 suites. Each room has been lovingly refurbished and takes inspiration from the rich history of this former Victorian period mansion.
The hotel also provides independent British brand, Molton Brown toiletries and fragrances in all guest rooms and suites.
Complete with fluffy robe for Papa’s and Minipreneurs alike.
Even teddy gets his own robe.
The hotel’s Superior Rooms are beautifully decorated in elegant and contemporary tones. Deluxe rooms offer style and modern elegance whether travelling for business or leisure. The Luxury King rooms include plush beds, a feature fireplace and even in-room umbrellas to help with the unpredictable nature of British weather!
Whether travelling for business or leisure, guests can revel in spacious surroundings while relaxing in front of the 49” flat screen smart TV with Chromecast and access to the hotel’s 24 hour in-room dining menu. Guests can make use of complimentary WiFi, all while enjoying a freshly brewed cup of Mozzo Coffee and staying up to date with the hotel’s catalogue of more than 120 international newspapers, magazines, and games. Just call down to reception to order what you need.
Each of the hotel’s suites displays its own Blue Plaque outside the room, building on the rich history of South Kensington and historical figures that lived close by.
Named after some of the borough’s most famous past residents, including Dame Agatha Christie, Alfred Hitchcock and Lord Robert Baden Powell, the suites are lavish, stylish and generously sized, blending contemporary with classic for a truly unique stay.
Those wanting a truly elegant West London local experience can choose to stay in the lavish Queen’s Gate Suite. With an idyllic location overlooking Queen’s Gate and Old Brompton Road, the Queen’s Gate Suite boasts its own exclusive entrance, with a video entry phone and direct street access for convenience and privacy.
It is a home away from home, just like having a chic and splendid South Ken apartment in the heart of the city. Guests will be captivated when they enter the stylish and generously sized Suite.
The Queen’s Gate Suite comprises of a king-size master bedroom boasting well-appointed amenities to complement the stay.
The separate living area offers the ultimate in relaxation.
At 100 Queen’s Gate – London, parents in search of a luxury hotel to spend quality time with the family are well catered for. From baby toiletries courtesy of Childs Farm to the kiddo-sized fluffy bathrobes, the hotel will take your family-friendly hotel stay in London to the next level. Your little one even gets a complimentary teddy bear dressed in their own 100 Queen’s Gate mini bathrobe to take home with them.
The hotel features a range of unique bars, restaurants and diverse event spaces for corporate and social events, from sophisticated birthday parties to engagement and anniversary dinners.
W/A Kensington Restaurant & Bar takes its name from the historic owner of 100 Queen’s Gate – London, William Alexander, and offers a modern touch to classic Belgian dishes.
Breakfast and all-day brasserie style dining can be enjoyed here, while brunch is served at the weekend, perfect for those looking to meander to Museum Mile or wander to Harrods for afternoon shopping.
Highlights of the W/A Restaurant & Bar’s menus include house-made, light and fluffy Belgian waffles, either as dessert or as part of an innovative Waffle Burger for a savoury option.
The inspired menu was the brainchild of Executive Chef, Sofiane Kaced. He has drawn on his 20 years of culinary experience and fond love of travelling to create a refined and delicious menu that will appeal to curious foodies. Famous for their waffle burgers and moules
Don’t forget the frites – so good you have to take at least 2 sets according to Minipreneur.
Here are some highlights from the dinner at the W/A restaurant. The oysters were beautifully fresh.
Healthy salad options are available
However, I couldn’t resist the waffle burger. I chose mine plain but you can have all the glorious toppings to bring out more complexity in this inspired dish.
If waffles aren’t your thing, then you can’t go wrong with their steak – succulent, flavourful, and perfectly seasoned.
For those preferring a lighter meal, we loved the salmon which is perfect for lunch
However Minipreneur jumped straight in with dessert, which was so good
he had to order more. A dessert platter is a great choice but only if the mini taster decides to share.
Not long before it was demolished, no cutlery in sight – just deep dive to the delectable goodness.
The hotel is a short stroll from South Kensington tube station, and just seven minutes’ walk to Gloucester Road station. This provides guests with easy access to the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines. South Kensington is only two stops from Victoria.
South Kensington and Chelsea is known for its culture, with the Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and The Science Museum making up ‘museum mile’. The Royal Albert Hall is just a short jaunt from the hotel.
Metered on-street parking is available outside of the hotel until 6.30pm. Alternatively, the Kensington Car Park, located a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, is available at a preferred rate for hotel guests.
Guest Rooms are available for check-in from 3pm and check-out by 12pm. Prices at 100 Queen’s Gate – London start at £175 for one night in a Superior Room.
100 Queen’s Gate Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
South Kensington, London SW7 5AG
+44 (0)20 7373 7878