Serviced Apartments in Kensington
Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London sits in the exclusive neighbourhood of High Street Kensington, with close proximity to upmarket stores, fine restaurants, chic cafés and bars, Royal Parks, museums, West End theatres and more. Within 10- to 15-minute walk are a variety of supermarkets, eating places, facilities and amenities. And with the High Street Kensington and Gloucester Road tube stations just around the corner, getting to attractions near Kensington and beyond is easy for our guests on board the London’s extensive public transport network.
Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace
2-14 Prince of Wales Terrace
London W8 5PE
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Kensington Gardens and Palace (2-minute walk)
- Kensington High Street (2-minute walk)
- Array of restaurant, cafes and bars (2- to 5-minute walk)
- Wholefoods Supermarket (8-minute walk)
- Marks & Spencer, for food and retail (10 minute walk)
- Royal Albert Hall (10-minute walk)
- Harrods & Harvey Nichols (20-minute walk)
- Victoria & Albert Museum (15-minute walk)
- The Science Museum (15-minute walk)
- High Street Kensington Tube Station (5-minute walk)
- Gloucester Road Tube Station (15-minute walk)
- Post Office (15-minute walk)
- Banks: NatWest, Barclays and Lloyds (5- to 15-minute walk)
- Pharmacies: Boots and Superdrug (5- to 10-minute walk)
- Patisserie Valerie (8-minute walk)
- Paul’s bakery (15-minute walk)
Nearest tube Station: High Street Kensington
- Within 5-minute walk from Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London
- Serviced by the Circle and District lines
Nearest Underground: Gloucester Road
- Within 10-minute walk from Fraser Residence Prince of Wales Terrace, London
- Serviced by the Piccadilly, Circle and District lines
- Connects to Heathrow Airport, mainline stations, London’s West End and Theatre Land
Nearest Mainline Stations:
- London Victoria (10 minutes by tube) with express service to Gatwick Airport every 15 minutes
- London Paddington (10 minutes by tube) with express service to London Heathrow every 15 minutes
- A wide selection of London Transport bus routes are within the vicinity.
- Chauffeur service or taxi reservations may be arranged upon request.
Getting to Kensington
- From Heathrow Airport, approximately 45 minutes’ drive time.
- From Gatwick Airport, approximately 60 minutes’ drive time.
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