February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Gore Hotel in London, England
At this circa-1892 hotel, rich woods and luxurious fabrics ensconce the guest with an unparalleled sense of indulgence from the lobby to meeting rooms to each individual guest room. The Royal Albert Hall location makes The Gore Hotel a hideout for artists and power brokers, a long-time standby for fine fare and genteel conversation. A Preferred Boutique property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group, The Gore Hotel is an authentic journey in and of itself.
Wake up in an ornate Tudor four-post bed and enjoy a traditional English breakfast with black pudding at the hotel’s distinguished Bistro One Ninety. Meander through Kensington Gardens, a stone’s throw away, and have your pint of ale and fish and chips at the elegant Victoria pub. Tour the Royal Academy of Art. Take a cab to Soho to dine on a classic béarnaise rib-eye at Dean Street Townhouse amongst writers, socialites and those who play as hard as they work.
Location of The Gore Hotel
Nearest Airport: LON
Amenities for The Gore Hotel
- General Information
- 54 Guest Rooms
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Complimentary WiFi
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Complimentary WiFi
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
Reviews for The Gore Hotel
My wife and I stayed at this Hotel on our honeymoon, on our way to Morocco a few years back. I picked it because of location, value and style. Love it's Victorian charm. It was a great experience then and so we stayed again this time thru London. Excellent location, near Hyde Park and Prince Albert Hall. A nice easy walk to The V&A and Harrod's. They have an awesome breakfast, helpful, friendly international staff and the bar is a great hangout! Hell the Stones partied here. It's best feature is it's homey rooms and personal service! Our "go to" Hotel in London!
We have stayed here a few times, and have always thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff have always been polite and helpful. The rooms don't have all the amenities of modern hotels, but they do ooze with charm (including creaky floorboards!), and the beds are very comfortable. The plumbing can be a little temperamental (and sometimes noisy in the night!), but this is to be expected in a building this old. We haven't had dinner in the restaurant, as we usually have lunch elsewhere (they don't do lunch), and then have a bar snack in the Bar 190. However, breakfast is excellent, with plenty of choice, both continental and cooked. We always leave well satisfied.
Eddie G - East Sussex, United Kingdom
The staff are welcoming, comfortable beds, well located for V&A, Natural history, Albert Hall and Kensington shopping to name a few. This small hotel has a boutique feel, cosy bar and good restaurant. Iâ€™ve now stayed twice and have booked in for a 3rd stay this month. Not the largest rooms and some only have showers over bath, and a bit disappointed the water in the fridge is in plastic bottles instead of glass for recycling but otherwise attention to detail is good. Rooms a bit hot but can open windows and get fresh air which is a nice option in town. Happy to recommend.
We stayed at the Gore last February. It was very handy for the Royal Albert Hall and the Natural History Museum amongst others. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was lovely with a four poster bed. While it was clean and a decent size we had no tea and coffee making facilities. We enjoyed our stay but decided to leave the bar early on our first night when a trio of non guests started to put on a rather X-rated show of public affection. The bar prices were pretty steep and breakfast was poor value for money given the cost. I would stay here again but Iâ€™d find another bar and somewhere else for breakfast.
PurpleWraf - Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
My husband booked the Gore as part of my 30th Birthday celebrations. There was a great selection of suites online and although I'd hoped to stay in the Judy Garland suite, it was unavailable so we went with the Dame Nellie suite instead. The Hotel definitely has its charm and it did have some lovely features however the room was slightly different to the photos we saw online and felt a bit disheveled. There were marks on the carpet, one of the bedside lamps was not working (there was a fuse next to it which I assume was to be replaced), the table was a nest of mirrors which were all scuffed and did not really go with the other furniture in the room, there was no sofa at the foot of the bed, part of the toilet was broken, paint was quite tatty in places etc. It did not take away from the novelty of the room but it was less than we had expected. The bathroom was impressive but the water from the shower went everywhere, I tried my best to mop up the majority - I feel its more for show than for being practical which isnt great if you dont have the time for a bath. The bed was lovely and soft and we had a great night sleep but it is quite an old building so expect the odd squeak and bang. The staff were excellent, in particular the porter who showed us to our room and brought up two complimentary glasses of wine for us upon hearing it was my birthday. We had tickets for Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall and were so pleased at how close it was to the Hotel. We also chose to eat at a pub round the corner called the queens arms which I would not recommend - The hotels food looked much nicer and I wish we had tried the restaurant. I'm not sure if we would return to The Gore but it was an overall pleasant experience.
Konnichiwaaa - Sunderland, United Kingdom