Just a 10-minute walk from a number of popular attractions, The Bailey’s Hotel London is the perfect place to experience a traditional Victorian townhouse. Built in the 1870s, the establishment retains many of its original features.
An elegant Victorian front with the hotel name in gold lettering welcome you as you’re transported back in time. Period fireplaces, a spiral staircase, and oil paintings on the walls make this hotel instantly stand out from the rest and attract guests from around the globe.
The guest rooms combine style and elegance, adding a modern touch which is in harmony with the hotel’s period décor. The hotel has decorated its rooms with four unique themes which combine the hotel’s history with modern British design.
Just a short walk from Gloucester Road tube station, the hotel is easy to get to— it’s also superbly located for guests wishing to visit some of the city’s popular sights. The Natural History Museum, Kensington Gardens, and the Royal Albert Hall are all within a 10-minute walk making this an ideal base from which to explore London—you’ll be spoilt for choice on how to spend your time.
After exploring the city or taking in a show, head back to The Bailey’s Hotel London for a nightcap in the on-site Italian restaurant and bar, Olives. Or maybe try some fine Indian cuisine at Bombay Brasserie—you can even order their dishes on the room service menu.
The luxuriously decorated rooms, friendly staff, and on-site dining make this a popular choice for travelers visiting the city.
The hotel's “We Clean. We Care. We Welcome.” commitment ensures a higher standard of cleanliness and hygiene including more frequent sanitation of key touch points, easy access to sanitisers for guests in public areas, ensure safe distancing measures as a precaution and high food safety standards.