A Royal Review Of The Beautiful 100 Queens Gate Hotel London

When choosing a hotel in London what do you want from your stay? Comfy bed obviously, great breakfast definitely, friendly staff yes, and good location is a must.

Did our writer Rachel McAlley feel like royalty when she visited 100 Queens Gate Recently?


I walked up the marble stairs and into the front doors of 100 Queens Gate to be greeted by lots of festive cheer. Stunning Christmas decorations were to be found all around the hotel, and it made me feel very festive indeed.

100 QG

Inside, the reception team was busy checking guests in for the night and there was a lovely atmosphere whilst people waited to get their room key. Once check in I was taken to the lift and shown how to use the keycard in the lift before heading to the sixth floor. My luggage followed shortly after I entered my room.

What a stunning room, I had been given a duplex suite for the night and it was opulent, luxurious, and absolutely stunning. The floor that I entered on was the living space with huge sofa, smart TV, mini bar area, fridge, open fireplace, coupled with Bose sound system. The staircase then lead up to the landing, bathroom, bedroom, and dressing room.

The Room & Beyond



Upstairs, the bathroom was large, well lit, and had a great shower and bath. All the cosmetic products were super high-end by Floris London and smelled divine. Additionally the bedroom had a dedicated office desk, where I worked for a while with the TV in the background.

Honestly, it was such a stunning room I didn’t want to leave to go into the city for a meeting, I could have easily spent the entire day and night in the room itself. The mini bar offered complimentary soft drinks, beer, wine and snacks, the bed was exceptionally comfy and the robes and slippers added to the homely feel – why would I ever want to leave?

I had dinner in the hotel’s W/A Kensington Restaurant & Bar, which was relatively quiet. But, the food was very good, very good indeed! Opting for a simple Caesar salad starter with grilled prawns and for my main a minute-steak ciabatta with fries. It was all very tasty and I must admit that the starter was my favourite because the prawns were char grilled perfectly! However, I do need to give a shout out to the chef who made the chimchurri for the steak sandwich because it was delicious.

In the room I tucked into cheese and biscuits whilst watching trashy TV, a great way to end the day. I was in the land of nod before midnight and slept like a baby.

The Food



Breakfast was served in my room, which was such a luxury. I started the day with avocado toast and poached eggs, a basket of pastries, and deliciously rich yoghurt with fresh berry compote. Feeling like royalty in my duplex suite, watching the morning news, and eating a croissant in my robe, I enjoyed every second.

If you’re looking to stay in a beautiful area of London then I would suggest you book 100 Queens Gate. Moreover, it’s minutes from the nearest tube station, taxis can be found outside the hotel, and the shops are a stone’s throw away. You’d be hard pressed to find a better base for your night or two in London.

To find out more about 100 Queens Gate Hotel visit the website and book a room today. Room rates vary from £149 per night to around £1,500 per night. I stayed in a King Duplex Suite, which is priced from £617. The hotel is a CURIO COLLECTION by Hilton Hotel.

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