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Jun 13 – 15, 2016
Imperial College London
Europe/London timezone

Suggested Accommodation


There a number of hotels in the area surrounding Imperial but they will fill up fast at this time of year. I would encourage you to book as soon as you are able to confirm your travel arrangements.

My suggestion would be :

The Grange Strathmore (4*) 41 Queens Gate Gardens, London, SW7 5NB  - just a few minutes walk from Imperial and off the main roads   link

At the time of writing, a single room is £120 / night directly from them, including breakfast and wifi.


Once that is full, there are plenty of alternatives - try one of the generic sites, looking at the south kensington area if you want to be within walking distance  e.g.  booking.com

Here are some options picked out from that - there are currently rooms available that are of a similar price to those above but you can certainly find something cheaper if required (if using booking.com look at the prices buttons on the left-hand side of the page) : 

Citadines South Kensington (4*) 35A Gloucester Rd, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW7 4PL - again, very close to college, a busier road - this is an apartment hotel  link

Fifty four boutique hotel (4) 54 Queens Gate London, SW7 5NB - very close to college  link

Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel (4*) 68-86 Cromwell Road, Kensington, London, SW7 5BT - again, very close to college, a busier road    link

The Queen's Gate Hotel (4*)  31-34 Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5JA, United Kingdom - a little further but eminently walkable and very nice (and commensurately a bit more expensive)   link

Hotel Mercure London Kensington (4*)  1a Lexham Gardens, Kensington, London W8 5JJ - again a little further but still walkable in my book (circa 15mins, I would guess)   link 


Should you require more luxurious surroundings then I would suggest :  link