London Pembridge Gardens Rooms places you within walking distance of the best spots of Notting Hill, Kensington and Bayswater, with several educational establishments also within easy reach.
Pembridge Gardens Budget Rooms London offers halls of residence style accommodation in a peaceful, leafy street, just steps away from Notting Hill Gate Station. Part of Imperial College London, you will find universities and language schools within easy reach of Pembridge Gardens Budget Rooms London. Nearby Notting Hill is home to several movie locations as well as some of Londons hippest hangouts, including Damien Hirsts The Pharmacy and Caf Rouge (both of which appeared in the book Bridget Joness Diary).
London Pembridge Gardens Budget Rooms offers you a range of rooms, all equipped with a desk to help you study in comfort during your stay in London. You can choose from a single or twin room and then decide whether you would like to share a bathroom, or have your own private shower, or even have full private facilities. All of the options available at London Pembridge Gardens Budget Rooms are very affordable, so you will be able to save most of your money for sightseeing!
Imperial College Londons South Kensington Campus is just a short stroll from Pembridge Gardens Rooms London. London School of English and Stanton School of English (Queensway site) are also within walking distance. Kings College London and London School of Economics are just a short journey away on the Circle Line (8 stops).
Situated on the borders of zones 1 and 2, the nearest underground station to London Pembridge Gardens Rooms is Notting Hill Gate. Take the Central Line to Oxford Circus (4 stops) and you can spend the day shopping in the department stores of Oxford Street and the boutiques of Bond Street.
The lively streets of Notting Hill are on your doorstep at Pembridge Gardens Rooms London, including Portobello Road Market, with its selection of clothes and antiques stalls. The museums of South Kensington are also within easy reach, including the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum, and so too is the Royal Albert Hall.
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