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Weaker Pound Makes London More Affordable


By Jill Innamorati-Varley

It may be one of the world’s most expensive cities but in the wake of the world-wide economic downturn, the weakened UK £ is seeing hotels and shops slashing their prices in a bid to loosen people’s purse strings.

So, if there’s a conference, symposium or incentive you have considered but are bogged down by costs, now is the time to act. Top locations like Kensington with some of the priciest hotels and real estate on the planet has hotels such as 51 Kensington Court, a boutique apartment hotel, offering discounted rates of up to 40 percent.

 

Boutique apartment hotel 51 Kensington Court.

Once owned by the Aga Khan, 51 Kensington Court’s stylish apartments in an early-Victorian townhouse, are quietly located in a leafy and prestigious Kensington square, just steps away are Kensington High Street shops, Kensington Palace and Gardens and the tube station.

These apartments which come recommend from first-hand experience, have spacious fully fitted kitchens and daily housekeeping allow the added flexibility of eating in or dining out saving £££s on expensive restaurants.

A Special Offer available until 15th February this year is for a two bedroom apartment based on six sharing and priced from £231 per person for 7 nights, a saving of £679 or a one bedroom based on four sharing at £308 per person for 7nights, a saving of £378.

Click here for details of these and other offers.