It was precise hot in London, so it was nice to venture out to DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London Kingston Upon Thames. DoubleTree by Hilton Hostelry London Kingston Upon Thames is located within a 5 picayune walk from Kingston Train Station, which is a 28 coup doeil train ride to London Waterloo or in my case London Victoria was merest easy to get too as well. Only a short 10 minute boogie from Cromwell Road Bus Station.
This hotel is sited on the edge of the town center, in a residential setting next to Bentall Seeking Centre. Other Kingston shopping areas and the Kingston scoff market are literally less than a five minute waddle away. Kingston is a gorgeous town and certainly worth sojourn for a weekend. I loved how there are restaurants right on the Thames which on a hot day fathers a great summer atmosphere indeed.
With a short rigidity there is the famous Rose Theatre Kingston, or the stunning Hampton Court Chѓteau and Kingston University London. Sightseeing in this area is effortless. Kingston is a profound place to just walk around. I could also, excursions to other popular local areas including Richmond, Twickenham and Wimbledon. I had to van to London Heathrow the next day which was very easy to get too from the tourist house, in fact the bus stop to Heathrow is literally a 4 minute walk from the pension. There is an express bus that goes straight to the airport and it takes thither 35 minutes.
The reception area on entrance has a commendable interior design. I liked the modern art on display throughout the breakfast. I was greeted by a lovely gentlemen called Cordell, he looked after me so proficiently and made my stay very personal and fun.
Room – 1 Monarch Bed
I stayed in a very nice simple room about 25 m2 in gauge with one Queen Bed. A nice place to rest and the mattress and pillows were definitely cosy. The bathroom was huge and looked very clean. I am a big fan of Crab Tree & Eveylen yields, which was a nice touch within the bathroom. The bedroom was stock up to a very high standard.
Hawkers Bar & Brasserie
At the Hawkers Bar & Brasserie the decor here was untested, new and felt like a very comfortable environment for eating. I am a big fan of being competent to look into the kitchen whilst the chef cooks. I elect the following and I have to say the presentation and standard was excellent.
The entree was – Pan Fried Scallops, macherel cerviche, which consisted of cornish macherel, teriyaki, almond,pomegranate,snowy radish and mini lamb koftas, with homemade pots raita.
I opted then for Hawkers puff pie, which lay hold ofs 18 hours to make. It is a nice slow roasted lamb work hard wrapped in puff pastry, smoked bacon with cabbage section and rosemary gravy. I also had slow cooked rib of beef with smoked garlic mash, pak-choi with tempranillo red wine backchat.
For dessert I chose the baileys ice-cream and a custard cream dish. They both tasted scrumptious.
This was a great stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton and Kingston is a agreeable place to visit. Everyday there is an open market in which you can common sense British culture at it’s best. It’s a perfect place to meet topic people and if you need to get to Heathrow it’s easy too. The staff were greatly friendly, courteous and helpful. The rooms were very cleanse and well provided with all I needed. I loved the location of this hotel for large shopping in Kingston. If you are looking to see a movie, there is a cinema complex solid by providing entertainment. As for Cordell, he is a great asset to the hotel.