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Cheap hotels in Earls Court, London

Young by London standards, the area known as Earls Court wasn’t much more than a farm until the city decided to build Earls Court station in the 1860s. Located south of Hyde Park and west of pricier Kensington and Chelsea, Earls Court was popular with newcomers to the city, attracted by lower rents throughout the 20th century.

Today the area is a mix of working class and gentrified developments, combining beautiful Georgian townhouses, quiet squares, cheap fast food restaurants, gay nightlife, and a youthful buzz on the streets. The neighborhood offers innumerable anonymous budget hotels.

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YHA London Earl's Court, London

Address 38 Bolton Gardens (Earls Court)

Hands down one of London’s nicest hostels, YHA Earl’s Court is a bright and shiny YHA outpost fully renovated in 2007.

7.5 Guest Rating



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Rushmore Hotel, London

Address 11 Trebovir Road (Earls Court)

With 22 comfortable and uniquely decorated rooms, the simple yet cozy Rushmore Hotel stands out from the business-class crowd.

7.3 Guest Rating



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Amsterdam Hotel, London

Address 7 Trebovir Road (Earls Court)

With three-star hotels and a convenient location near Earl's Court station, the Amsterdam could work, if the price is right.

7.2 Guest Rating



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Lord Kensington Hotel, London

Address 38 Trebovir Road (Earls Court)

When it's offering a deal, the three-star Lord Kensington Hotel is an acceptable option with a quiet atmosphere, and spotless, matching furniture.

7.2 Guest Rating



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City Continental London Kensington, London

Address 11-13 Penywern Rd, Earl's Court (Earls Court)

The City Continental Kensington London, a two-minute walk from the Exhibition Centre, is a typical chain hotel.

6.4 Guest Rating



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