Overlooking iconic Notting Hill mansions at the front and the beautiful Stanley Gardens at the back, The Portobello Hotel is famed for it's eccentric charm. With interiors that celebrate the bohemian spirit of Notting Hill & the Portobello Road market, here you'll walk in famous footsteps to find unique rooms showcasing regency style but with a bold twist.
- One of the most famous hotels in London
- Set in the heart of West London's upmarket Notting Hill
- Around the corner from bohemian Portobello Market
- Uniquely stylish design
- A short walk to Kensington Palace
The hotel does not have a restaurant but serves breakfast and light bites in the sitting room. There are so many dining options on your doorstep you won't be missing out.
Four Poster Bed
Internet Connection in Rooms
Dogs May Be Accepted by Prior Arrangement
Tubes at Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Holland Park
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 4:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
The hotel doesn't have a restaurant but serves breakfast from 7am to 11am in the sitting room. There is also a light bites menu that is available throughout the day and into the night - served in the sitting room or as room service.
Being central London, there's no onsite parking and nearby paid parking is expensive. The hotel is within easy reach of busses and the tube.
The hotel has a lift to all floors but no adapted bedrooms
The hotel isn't strictly adults only but does not really cater for children. Cots are available for under-4's.
Legend has it that Johnny Depp and Kate Moss once bathed in Champagne in the decadent Room 16. Other musicians and celebrities to walk through the doors include Alice Cooper and Robbie Williams (who tried to buy the famed circular bed from Room 16).
History of the hotel
The Portobello Hotel oozes with music, fashion, and film history and was the capital's first boutique hotel. The Portobello Hotel has played host to many famous faces over the years. From the rock stars of the swinging 60s to Brit Pop legends Blur in the 90s.
Small dogs are welcome in one of the hotel's lower ground floor Exceptional Rooms for £25 a night, which includes beds, bowls and treats.
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