The Grange Strathmore is situated on a quiet street just one minute’s walk from Gloucester Road Underground station on the Circle and District Lines. This beautifully converted 4-star deluxe townhouse hotel radiates quintessentially English character. The hotel was the former London residence of the Earl of Strathmore, the late Queen Mother's father.
From its grand-looking yet comfortably intimate bar/lounge area with its original fireplace to its high-ceilinged rooms, this relaxing, traditionally-appointed hotel has abundant charm to accompany its excellent service.
The rooms are a good size for such a prestigious location and have space-efficient en suites with a bath and overhead shower. Room facilities restate the hotel's 4-star deluxe status, comprising a range of creature comforts including tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press and hairdryer.
The hotel was refurbished in 2013 but retains the Grange brand’s signature classy look and feel, right through to the traditional-yet-modern décor of the lovely restaurant, the walls of which are covered with large paintings of notable British scholars.
Top tip: Travelling with friends? The Grange Strathmore has 3-bed ‘family’ rooms as well as great single rooms which are ideal for short stays.