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Welcome to Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London

Located within the prestigious royalty precinct of High Street Kensington, Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London apartments sits among the Kensington Palace, Royal Parks and The Albert Hall, all of which are closely associated with the British Monarchy.

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Blending the charm of Victorian era with the contemporary, the property façade befitting its imperial neighbours spells of regal grandeur as it greets every guest that walks through the door. All the 18 fully luxury residences ranging from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms were recently refurbished and refreshed with a minimalist look and equipped with modern conveniences. Served by two underground stations within minutes of walking distance, our residents enjoy the privacy and tranquillity living in an exclusive cluster amidst the hustle and bustle of central London.

Be it for the interior furnishings, the facilities and amenities available or the convenient location, Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London apartments are is the ideal choice for the discerning traveller, whether business or leisure, for long or short term stay in Kensington.


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Where we are

Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design houses over 4.5 million objects of permanent collection.

Kensington Palace

Fit for a Duchess, the palace is home to the British Royal Family including Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain

Located in the southwest corner of Hyde Park and dedicated to the late Princess of Wales, the fountain is symbolical of the Lady’s spirit and love of children.

Natural History Museum

Famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons and ornate architecture, the museum houses about 70 million items of life and earth science specimens.

Science Museum

The most visited science and technology museum in Europe has more than 15,000 objects on display, including the world famous Apollo 10 command capsule.

Buckingham Palace

The official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 is also their principal workplace today.  Westminster Abbey: Featuring a mix of architectural styles, the Gothic monastery church is the traditional place of coronation and burial for English monarchs. 

Westminster Abbey

House of Parliament

Watch committee hearings or take a tour inside one of the world’s most iconic buildings. 

Trafalgar Square

A must-see for visitors, the largest square in London is home to Nelson’s Column, iconic stone lions and the famous Fourth Plinth. 

London Eye

Enjoy views of up to 40km on board Europe’s tallest observation wheel. 

Covent Garden

With 13 theatres, over 60 pubs and bars, the market has long been associated with entertainment and shopping and is well loved for the street performances. 

The National Gallery

The art museum on the Trafalgar Square houses over 2300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. 

Leicester Square

Sitting in the entertainment heart of London, the London square is the site of most British film premiers, surrounded by clubs and bars.

Boujis Nightclub

Be part of the hottest crowds in town in a night of glamorous debauchery.

Mahiki nightclub

One of London’s most popular clubs, the place is well-known for its celebrity clientele.

Annabel’s Club

One of the most elegant in its class, the club has more history than any other London nightclub and the food remains very much popular among the Londoners.

Sketch Nightclub

Experience the Mayfair mansion in any of its two bars and two restaurants, and savour great wines amidst a style crowd as you become bedazzled by the ambience.

Raffles Nightclub

Established in 1967, this is one of the most prestigious and best loved private clubs in town.

Kensington Roof Top

London’s only rooftop nightclub, the venue simply shines with glamour when night comes.

Kensington Gardens

Home to the popular Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, and the Royal Park is a garden planted with formal avenues of magnificent trees and ornamental flower beds. A key thing to do while in Kensington.

Hyde Park

Well-known for its Speakers’ Corner, the park is one of the London’s eight Royal Parks.

St James Park

Become part of nature or watch the world go by in this park that is surrounded by London’s most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace and Westminster.  

Regent’s Park

With more than 30,000 roses of 400 varieties, the Royal Park has excellent sports facilities making it the largest outdoor sports area in central London.

Green Park

The smallest of London’s eight Royal Parks, this is a popular spot for picnics and sunbathing in fine weather.

Richmond Park

The largest of London’s Royal Parks, the National Nature Reserve is home to 630 red and fallow deer.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

The Michelin-starred restaurant is the world’s 5th best restaurant.

Tom’s Kitchen

For those who desire classic European food offering fresh British produce, served in a boutique setting. 

Kitchen W8

The Michelin-starred restaurant serves good food and wine well-loved by local and travellers alike.

Kensington Place

  For great seafood served in the heart of London’s Notting Hill. 

Maggie Jones

Be it for the cosy, rustic and romantic ambience or the traditional and classics dishes, this place has been a favourite haunt among the locals for decades. 

CoCo Momo

Whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the café bar is set to tantalize your taste buds while keeping the prices reasonable. 


One of the world’s finest department stores in the world, Selfridges dominates the west end of Oxford Street catering to the needs of every shopper and is a place to be seen for the label-conscious.

Harvey Nichols

For designer fashion, beauty buys, food and wine.


An upmarket department store that is well-loved for its food hall.


For luxury goods, famous gifting, homeware brands and art fabrics.

Fortnum & Mason

A unique and beautiful department store well-known for high quality good, fine foods, hampers, teas and wine.

Along Bond Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Along Sloan Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Along Kensington Church Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Portobello and Bermondsey

If you are looking for something unique, this is the perfect place for antiques, special pieces and surprise finds!

Earls Court Exhibition Centre and Concert Hall

The London’s premier event venue has played host to a series of world’s notable events and concerts, including the 1948 and 2012 Olympic Games.

Royal Albert Hall

Classical music, rock, pop and jazz, sporting events, galas, banquets, world-famous proms and more have taken place within this concert hall that was built since 1941.   Check out http://www.royalalberthall.com/.

Royal Opera House

The arts venue in Covent Garden is the place to watch and learn about world-class opera, music, ballet and dance.

Royal National Theatre

Alongside the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Opera House, the theatre has seen numerous notable productions since 1963.

The South Bank Centre

The Europe’s largest centre for the arts offers 21 acres of creative space along River Thames.

Hammersmith Apollo

Many noteworthy performances and live concert productions have taken place at this entertainment venue.

London Theatreland

The London West End shows, musicals, plays, comedies, dances and concerts are all happening here at the Theatreland.

SEA Life London Aquarium

Home to one of Europe’s largest collections of global marine life, here you can stroll under a Tropical Ocean along a stunning glass tunnel walkway. 

Stanford Bridge

This football stadium is the home ground of Chelsea Football Club.

Emirates Stadium

The third-largest football stadium is the home of Arsenal Football Club.

Wembley Stadium

The world class stadium has been home to the England football teams since it was opened in 2007.


Home to the England rugby team, the stadium seats an impressive 82,000 spectators.

Hyde Park Stables

For horse riding and horse riding lessons right in central London

Boat and Pedalo Hire

Have fun boating on the Serpentine in Hyde Park during summer or take a ride on the UK’s first Solarshuttle that is powered by the sun.

Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace London

2-14 Prince of Wales Terrace, London W8 5PE,
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7376 0227 | Fax: +44 (0) 20 7938 3140
Email: powt@frasershospitality.com

2-14 Prince of Wales Terrace London W8 5PE United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7376 0227
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7938 3140
Email: powt@frasershospitality.com