Adria Boutique Hotel

Rated 8.9 in 509 reviews. 24 rooms.

★★★★★

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Boasting sumptuously decorated rooms, butler service, and gourmet cuisine across 5 stylish lounges, this boutique Victorian townhouse nestles in elegant Kensington.

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A guide to great places nearby Adria Boutique Hotel

  1. Dozo Sushi

    Tiger, spider and volcano maki are all amazing! The salmon sashimi is also good! Great service and portions a little bit over priced, but still one of the best places in the area!!!

    182 m from hotel
    68 Old Brompton Rd

  2. Oddono's

    Best gelato in London. Fact.

    193 m from hotel
    14 Bute St.

  3. Bumpkin

    Traditional Roasted Sunday - must try!!! It's perfect.

    198 m from hotel
    102 Old Brompton Rd.

  4. The Hummingbird Bakery

    Their Red Velvet cupcake is a MUST try ❤

    245 m from hotel
    47 Old Brompton Rd.

  5. Byron

    Incredible milkshakes!

    285 m from hotel
    75 Gloucester Rd

  6. Muriel's Kitchen

    Their lasagna is really good! Definitely worth trying.

    313 m from hotel
    1-3 Pelham St

  7. Natural History Museum

    Opened in 1881, the museum facade uses terracotta tiles which were resistant to the soot of Victorian London. The largest of the famous dinosaur skeletons in the central hall is a diplodocus.

    338 m from hotel
    Cromwell Rd

  8. Science Museum

    Much of the collection was inherited from the Museum of Patents (est 1858) and includes early locomotives such as Stephenson’s Rocket and Puffing Billy, and the first jet engine.

    0.5 km from hotel
    Exhibition Rd

  9. Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

    The V&A is the world’s largest museum of decorative art and design and holds 4.5 million objects. Henry Cole, the museum’s first director, printed the world’s first Christmas card in 1843.

    0.6 km from hotel
    Cromwell Rd

  10. Royal Albert Hall

    The acoustics here were once so bad, it was said this was the only venue where a composer could be sure of hearing his work twice. It was corrected in 1969 by putting diffusing discs on the ceiling.

    0.8 km from hotel
    Kensington Gore

  11. Hyde Park

    Hyde Park was a favourite venue for duellists in the 18th and 19th century, including the brutal 1712 duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun in which they hacked each other to death.

    1.8 km from hotel
    Serpentine Rd

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