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Boutique style Hotel Indigo juxtaposes its Victorian period features with a modern quirky decor. Each of the 100 en-suite bedrooms are individually decorated with pops of bold colours and London wallpaper murals. Room facilities include iPod docking station, TV, free Wi-Fi, spa-inspired rain fall shower and hairdryer. One room is suitable for guests with reduced mobility. The Mansion Bar with its fun bowler hat lightshades specialises in cocktails. A small fitness centre features cardiovascular and free weights equipment. No private parking is available.
- High Speed Internet
- 24 Hour Front Desk
- Concierge Desk
- Room Service
- Safe Deposit Box
Indigo’s Mansion Bar and Parlour serves breakfast, British bar food and afternoon tea. The trompe l’oeil wallpaper mimics that of a Victorian parlour room.
Cancellation and guarantee policies may vary by rate and room type and full details can be found once you proceed to the next step. Fees and any applicable deposits may not include tax and are subject to change, please inspect the price breakdown once you have selected a room. Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Any special requests are subject to availability upon check-in, cannot be guranteed and may incur additional charges.
Out and About Gay Travel Guides are available at each and every World Rainbow Hotel. They are prepared by the concierge and staff at the hotel and aim to provide you with up to date information about the local gay and lesbian scene.
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About the Location
Ideally located in a quiet part of Earls Court, West London, Hotel Indigo is only a short walk from local restaurants, shops, bars and the famous Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre. Also within walking distance are some of London’s top attractions including Royal Albert Hall, Natural History museum, V&A museum and Kensington Palace. Kensington Gardens offers a haven away from the hustle and bustle. For retail therapy, popular shopping area of Kensington High Street is nearby. Here you will also find a wide range of bars and restaurants including the famous Kensington Roof Gardens. Harrods and Harvey Nichols of Knightsbridge are only three stops on the underground’s Piccadilly Line. London’s main gay scene is Soho and only seven tube stops away. Soho offers gay shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs including cabaret club Madame JoJos and Candy Bar, one of London’s best know lesbian bars. For the gay late nightclub scene, Vauxhall in South London is a popular area with many clubs including Fire and Bar Code.