|"Very good value for London."||(in 50 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff helpful would stay again."||(in 271 reviews)|
|"The bed was very comfortable."||(in 57 reviews)|
|"The amount of guests using same you need all lifts working properly."||(in 15 reviews)|
Faded glory but a pleasant stay
Reception staff and concierges excellent - however not friendly when called from room. Good range of facilities and pleasant lounge area, iron on room, overall gives the impression of a good hotel though a little faded
Reception staff, while mainly excellent, not friendly when called from room. Bathroom was not very clean on the first day. Rooms are faded and old-fashioned, especially bathroom.
needs a lot of work to improve
cleanliness needs improving. Some of the staff at reception are rude and unprofessional. The lifts take ages. The AC in.some rooms not working. We had to change rooms.
Near tube, cafes, shop's etc. Nice buzz about.
unhospitable and uninformed staff
Quiet hotel in central London
Better than expected
Great value for money. Good sized room. Breakfast was really tasty. There have been negative reviews about this hotel, please ignore.
Great value in excellent location
Excellent location Comfortable Good breakfast
Doormen need to greet people
It was a very reasonably priced hotel especially for London. It is very self-contained, several restaurants and bars, that are open late. It also has a take it to go, snack and breakfast cafe. It is close to the tube.
The air conditioning is not up to the task, especially when the temperature spikes in the summer. The hotel is dated, old look, old furniture, etc.
Rooms were a bit tiredlooking
Great for theatre break and weekend away
Position, good value for money, friendly staff
Room was above train track ( London Underground) so was very busy
Location to underground. It is five minutes to the station and easy to use. Also, the breakfast is very good. The Chinese Bistro was good too.
We were pleased with everything. The hotel however, gets quite busy.
Good value for money
10th floor room
Noise for rooms overlooking the railway lines
Breakfast buffet was outstanding
The outward appearance of building--it's much nicer than it appears
The 833-room Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is a spacious, contemporary base in one of London's most convenient, fashionable neighborhoods, the upscale Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Family friendly & fine dining Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington goes the extra mile for guests' little ones, offering an "Ask Alfred" children's concierge package (for a minor surcharge) that includes ice cream, a backpack, and teddy bear. For adults, the hotel offers a range of practical amenities, including a fitness center, business center, and several restaurants. Bugis Street specializes in spicy Singaporean specialties, while The Brasserie offers continental cuisine, classic cocktails, and the game on television over the bar. Cafexpress is great for guests on the go. And those who stay in one of the hotel's Club Rooms can access the alluring Copthorne Club Lounge, which serves free breakfast and early evening cocktails, and offers newspapers and a place to put one's feet up all day. Shop 'til you drop on Kensington High Street The Copthorne Tara Hotel is around the corner from world-class shopping and dining on Kensington's High Street, where there's also a tube station for convenient transportation to all of London. A number of attractions are within a 15 minute stroll, including Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, and the Natural History Museum. Nearby neighborhoods not to miss are fancy Knightsbridge and pretty, charming Notting Hill.
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