SINGLE ROOMS ● BREAKFAST ● DINNER ● WIFI
PRICES FROM £309 PER WEEK
Located in one of London’s historic garden squares, Vincent House was built in 1939 and is typical of the art modern style of the period. Our rooms and facilities have been refurbished and updated to reflect changing tastes & times, but it retains a traditional feel and emphasises comfort and simplicity.
Vincent House is a secure residential building offering serviced accommodation and a range of facilities similar to those you might expect when staying at a hotel. These include our popular dining room, where we serve breakfast and evening meals, and our relaxing lounge which also has a bar open in the evening, a snooker table and a piano. And of course, a well-hidden gem – our private garden.
Additional facilities include a brand-new launderette with top of the range Miele machines, baggage and cycle storage areas.
Our 24-hour reception, and a key card controlled main entry, offer additional security to all our residents and guests.
24 hour reception
Dinner served daily
This is London best kept secret in fact as I told the staff I want to keep this to myself! Vincent House is little gem, hidden away from the noise and hustle yet 2 minute walk to the nearest tube.
Standard Single room from £309 per week
Our Standard Single rooms are the most popular choice with a small lobby and an en-suite bathroom facility. Decorated with light colours rooms offer plenty of space and storage.
The average size of the bedroom area is around 4m by 2.5m (10 sq m). Small lobby (approx. 1 sq m) offers an additional space with the built-in storage.
Located in one of London’s historic garden squares, Vincent House was built in 1939 in the art moderne style of the period. It is within easy reach of public transport links to all parts of London, including the West End, Heathrow Airport and the mainline train stations. It is also a few minutes’ walk from Notting Hill Gate underground station where you will find a wide range of shops, banks, cafes, bars & restaurants. The renowned market at Portobello Road is nearby and other attractions in the area include Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace, Holland Park, Hyde Park and the Westfield shopping centre at Shepherd’s Bush.
Notting Hill Gate underground station (Zone 1 -2) is on the Central, Circle and District lines. There are several bus routes from Notting Hill Gate serving the West End, including Oxford Street, Piccadilly and Westminster, as well as Knightsbridge and Victoria and many other destinations. There are also good local transport links to Heathrow and the other London airports. To find out various ways of getting to Vincent House see our travel information guide guide or get detailed directions over here.
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