Possibly most famous for throwing the annual Notting Hill Carnival (and a Richard Curtis film perhaps?), this neighbourhood offers visitors delights all year round, not just on one weekend. Notting Hill had something of a revival in the late 1980s and is now an affluent, trendy area. From its independent eateries to its eclectic mix of specialised shops, it’s always had close ties with the arts. Stay one of our hotels near Notting Hill and explore the markets and squares of this unique alternative enclave. 

 

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Book a hotel near Notting Hill and soak up the artsy atmosphere. From its coloured houses to painted murals, there’s an Insta-op around every corner. Make sure you visit the 150-year-old Portobello Road Market. On Saturdays, it stretches for over a mile and it’s the largest antiques market in the UK. It gets busy, so if you don’t mind missing out on a few stalls, consider going on a weekday. From here, our London Central Marylebone Hotel is 2.2 miles away. For something different, why not try a cocktail masterclass at The Ginstitute. You’ll learn about the gin-making process as well as trying different cocktails. Our Central Marylebone Hotel is two miles away, and there are plenty of other bars and restaurants to try on your walk home.

Things to do in Notting Hill

For some fresh air, take a stroll around Regents Park. Admire the beautifully maintained flowers or have a go on the boating lake? Make a day of it and bring a picnic. Our London Central Marylebone Hotel is a ten-minute walk away. If the weather is bleak, go to the Natural History Museum. Time travel to the Jurassic era and your kids will love the famous dinosaur skeleton guarding the lobby. Back to modern day, so you can learn about the biggest mammal on the planet, the blue whale. Education has never been this fun, and after a big day, our London Fulham Hotel is a ten-minute taxi ride away.