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Welcome to Regency Court Hotel

Address: 14 Penywern Road, Earls Court, London South West, SW5 9ST

Telephone: 020 7244 6615 020 7244 6615

Hotel Description

The Hotel is situated within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, a short one minute walk from Earls Court underground station. To reach the Regency Court Hotel, simply come out of the Earls Court Road exit from the underground station and turn right. Penywern Road is the first road on the right. Locally, both the Olympia and Earls Court Exhibition Halls are within easy reach. The area is well served by a variety of shops and restaurants as well as being in easy reach of the heart of London, where the many theatres, art galleries and other tourist attractions are a short taxi or bus ride away. We trust you will have a pleasant stay.

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  • Family Rooms
  • City Centre Location
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • City Breaks

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Good Journey In London
The room was a little room, but it was clean and sufficient just for sleeping. It si well centered. If we come back to London, we will think at you.

The only problem was with the booking, but after discussion, we have solved it

Mr. Gabriel Roch - 20th May, 2012
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My Experience
fabulous location, staff and breakfast...rooms a little small but shower had plenty of hot water

Mrs. Carmel Collins - 6th Dec, 2011
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Attractions - Regency Court Hotel

The London Electronics College - University

The London Electronics College - University

Distance 0.04 miles (0.07 km)
The London Electronics College is a center of adult education that provides technical training to its students. It was established in 1892 and is located in West Central London in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The College offers courses in electronics engineering, information technology, computing, mathematics, English, modern languages and technology management.

Earls Court Exhibition Centre - Exhibition

Earls Court Exhibition Centre - Exhibition

Distance 0.06 miles (0.09 km)
Earls Court is one of Londons premiere exhibition and conference centres. The venue is located in the heart of London enjoying great transport links. The venue has two large exhibition halls one is split level and is big enough to accommodate and exhibition size. Conferencing facilities are also available at the venue: Earls Court Conference Centre provides flexible facilities on a single floor - ideal for a range of events including conferences, training, award ceremonies, press conferences and product launches. Earls Court Conference Centre is a modern, purpose-built venue for between 100 and 250 delegates.

The Heythrop College - University

The Heythrop College - University

Distance 0.59 miles (0.94 km)
The Heythrop College, established in 1614, is a constituent college of the University of London and is located at Kensington, London. The College offers several undergraduate and postgraduate programs along with research opportunities. These courses include pastoral liturgy, pastoral theology, philosophy, philosophy and psychology, religion and ethics, philosophy and theology, psychology and theology, psychology of religion, Abrahamic religions, divinity, theology, biblical studies, Canon law, Christian ethics, Christian theology, Christian spirituality and Christianity, and inter-religious relations.

Chelsea Football Club - Football Club

Chelsea Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.81 miles (1.3 km)
Chelsea have always done things differently. Their beginnings were certainly unusual; the club had a ground before they were formed, and were elected to the Football League without even playing a match. Success, though, wasn't so easy to obtain and 1955's league title was the club's first major honour. 1970 witnessed more silverware in the form of the FA Cup and the European Cup-Winners Cup followed a year later. But the 'golden era' was short-lived and by 1975 the 'twilight years' had begun with the club struggling both on and off the pitch. Fact: Stamford Bridge was originally offered to Fulham to play there but they declined the chance and so Chelsea took the chance instead.