Tried and Tested – The Nadler Kensington, London, UK

by Traveleads | January 23, 2019 | Reviews

About Nadler Hotels

Nadler hotels opened their first hotel over ten years ago and are an originator of the affordable luxury hotel concept. Their priority is to provide guests with stylish, contemporary design rooms and a level of service associated with the world’s finest hotels.

First Impressions

As soon as you arrive at the hotel, you instantly feel the sense of sophistication and understated elegance of the hotel. Upon arrival you are greeted by friendly and very welcoming staff in which are accommodating to your needs and have the ability to communicate in various languages. My room was located on the lower level of the hotel in which there is a lift or stairs to choose from. The room had a warm and inviting appeal in which was equipped with modern amenities and a comfortable bed and pillows.


The hotel is situated in the peaceful neighbourhood of South Kensington with easy access to popular attractions such as Hyde Park, Holland Park, Kensington Palace and Royal Albert Hall. The Nadler Kensington is also rated highly in my opinion and presumably many others, for its location due to its 5 minute walking distance of Earl’s Court tube station. In addition, there are many good restaurants and coffee shops as well as supermarkets in the surrounding area so everything you would possibly need is within walking distance.


The 65 room property, offers a variety of 8 room types ranging from single rooms to deluxe rooms for up to 4 people. The fine décor is consistent throughout all the rooms in which all offer free Wi-Fi, free UK phone calls, interactive TV with the ability to stream content direct from your mobile or tablet.

My room type was a single, in which was cosy, and although one of the smaller room types, still felt spacious and elegant and was fully equipped with all the amenities of the larger rooms. I found the kitchenette a lovely addition as they offered fair-trade teas, Kettle, fridge, BRITA filter water tap, and Nespresso coffee machine. Everything I would need for a refreshing start to my day in the morning.

Food and Drink

The Nadler Kensington is situated in a neighbourhood with plenty of perfectly old taverns and lots of eateries. They partner with many of their local restaurants, bars and businesses so that they are able to offer exclusive offers and discounts as part of your stay.

In terms of breakfast, as they are a boutique hotel, they offer a service in which you can order freshly prepared items from their local partner and have it delivered to your room in which you can then take-away or enjoy in the comfort of your room.

As part of room service, they also encourage you to order in using any of the popular online delivery services, at no extra cost. By this means, you are far beyond restricted to a limited food and drinks menu and can choose from hundreds of featured restauraunts. In addition, they offer a “Fridge Fill” service in which they will custom stock  with anything you would like either before you arrive or during your stay.


My stay in the Nadler Kensington was simply a pleasure. All of the employees were incredibly friendly and always smiling and sincere in their efforts to make the most of your stay. My short break was on a leisure basis however I would highly recommend this for business trips too as the location was extremely convenient for everything and the hotel was well equipped with anything I would ever need for a short stay which essentially meant I could pack lighter and relax.


25 Courtfield Gardens, London, SW5 0PG

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