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The Kings Arms Hotel, Hampton Court, London
The Kings Arms Hotel and Six Restaurant is an ideal place to stay for discovering the Hampton Court area. This small boutique hotel has 14 recently renovated rooms, a lounge, cocktail bar and al fresco terrace and an enviable location, nestled by the Lion Gate of Hampton Court Palace, overlooking its maze. It is opposite Bushy Park, which has deer, numerous bird species and plenty of inviting walks.
It has been in existence as a pub, a hotel or an inn for longer than any other business in the area - since at least 1709, and probably longer. It has innovative and tasty food options, and as an added bonus, room rates include entry to Hampton Court.
A great way to arrive is by boat on the Thames, going from Westminster to Hampton Court.
This South West London hotel overlooks Hampton Court Palace. Kew Gardens isn't too far away and good transport links get you back into the city.
By car: the hotel is 4 hours from Manchester and 2 hours from Bristol. Free parking available.
By train: Hampton Court station is ten minutes' walk away. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
It's a great choice for someone wanting to explore the history, nightlife and open spaces of this attractive part of the outskirts of London. The public areas have an elegance on the whole, such as original mosaic tiling in the reception area and stained glass features.
Service & Facilities
The swish décor of most areas makes this a very pleasant place to stay.
- Coffee house
- Sun terrace
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
The bigger rooms have a lounge area with seating and a couple also feature a sofabed. The recently refurbished shower rooms have a great choice of tiling and décor.
Superior Room, Luxury Room, Deluxe Room, Hampton Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, flat-screen TV, mini fridge, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The dishes are strong on delicious flavours - whether it's the steaks, which come with the richest sauces, or the very moreish banana creme brûlée with toasted pecans. The rabbit and langoustine was a stand-out dish.
The Six: elegant Art Deco restaurant and terrace. Seasonal British cuisine. All-day menu, open daily. Mains from £18.