GREAT CHOICE OF HOTEL. THE BURNS IS IN A TOP LOCATION AND IS SURROUNDED BY RESTAURANTS AND BARS. EXCELLENT TRAVEL LINKS. RECOMMENDED.
Burns Hotel is a 104 room, 3 star hotel in Earls Court, South West London. The nearest tube station to the Burns Hotel is Earls Court tube in zone 1 of the Underground and is served by the following line(s): District - Piccadilly. Earls Court station is 0.16 miles from the Burns Hotel. The nearest rail station to the hotel is West Brompton Station which is 0.70 miles away.
The Burns Hotel London has a lot going for it. The rooms are comfortable and clean and the prices are sensible. The area is good and also quite safe at night. The location enables easy access to all central London attractions. Importantly, the hotel is in a quiet situation, a rarity in central London.
The Best Western Burns Hotel London is a well established tourist class hotel. Located on the border of Earls Court and South Kensington in central London, this hotel offers good value affordable accommodation in a pretty and quiet garden square yet only two minutes walk from the tube station on Earls Court Road.
FACILITIES AT A GLANCE
24 Hour Reception
Free Wi-Fi throughout
Safety Deposit Box
Tea/Coffee making facilities
24 Hour Room Service
Wake Up Call Available
Ground floor bedrooms
Lift to all floors
The Ellen Terry Bar & Patio Garden
The Ellen Terry Bar is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a busy day. The wood panelled bar offers a cosy environment is named after Dame Ellen Terry, one of the leading ladies of the Victorian stage, who lived in the building from 1847 - 1928.
On sunny days the walled patio garden you can enjoy your drinks and food "al fresco" Refreshements and snacks are available throughout the day.
The Burns hotel has the added benefit of being very close to the many shops, bars and restaurants on Earls Court Road whilst an easy ten minute walk will get you to Gloucester Road and Brompton Road with another wide variety of retail facilities. The public areas above standard and include a patio garden and a bar. Street parking is free of charge after 6.30pm & before 8.30am Monday to Saturday, free all day Sunday & Bank Holidays and there is an NCP secure car park within 5 minutes walk.
The Burns Hotel is just 400m walk from the Earls Court Exhibition Centre which stages some of the largest functions in London including many music concerts. The tube at Earls Court (150m) facilitates easy direct travel to and from Heathrow Airport as well as into the very centre of London via the Circle and District lines and the Piccadilly Line. This means that you can travel direct to Leicester Square, Theatreland and Covent Garden in a very few minutes. Should you be arriving on the Heathrow Express, the tube travels directly to Earls Court. Wimbledon is also on a direct connection.
Accommodation at the Burns Hotel is in single, twin, double and triple rooms. All bedrooms have a private bathroom. Room facilities include a television with satellite channels, telephone with internet dial-up, high speed internet access (wifi), Hair dryer, work desk, trouser press, tea & coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries. All bedrooms are non-smoking.
With all the local restaurants and bars available, the Burns Hotel does not offer sit down evening meals, however the comfortable bar has a range of refreshments and snacks available daily from 5pm to 9.30pm. On sunny days breakfast can be taken in the patio garden to the rear of the hotel. Snacks and drinks are also available via room service 24 hours a day.
IN THE AREA
In the immediate area of the Burns Hotel there are many restaurants, bars and pubs. Two short stops on the tube or a 20 minute walk will take you to the heart South Kensington with several well known restaurants including Bibendum. Similarly, High Street Kensington, 1km long shopping street offers all variety of eatery and retails outlet including an 80,000 square feet whole foods supermarket.
A 25 minute walk or 10 minutes on the tube will take you to Knightsbridge with its two famous stores, Harrods and Harvey Nicols. The London Eye and Buckingham Palace can both be accessed within a few minutes travle whilst the Tower of London is a direct trip on the tube.
This is also an area of museums which include the Science, Victoria and Albert and the Natural History, all are walkable.
South Kensington - 2 stops (4 mins)
Knightsbridge - 3 stops (6 mins)
Victoria - 4 stops (10 mins)
Piccadilly Circus - 6 stops (15 mins)
Covent Garden - 8 stops (17 mins)
Heathrow Airport - 12 stops (40 mins)
Olympic Park - 39 minutes
Albert Memorial, Chelsea Physic Garden, Holland House, Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensington Palace, Natural History Museum, Olympia, Royal Albert Hall, Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Chelsea Theatre, Finborough Theatre, Gate Theatre, Royal Court, Brompton Cemetery, Kensington Gardens, Portobello Road Market