Earls Court is a true independent suburb, west of the Central London.
Earls Court once formed part of Kensington Manor and was mainly a farm until the building of a railway station in 1865, allowing the area to develop and thrive to turn into an urban clique of Great London. Earls Court was once the centre for Gay Lifestyle in London, with businesses and entertainment to suit. The building of the famous Earls Court Exhibition Centre in 1937 led the area to become internationally famous for hosting events such as the Boat Show and being a venue for the 2012 Olympics; checking the upcoming events at the Exhibition Centre will surely add to the experience in Earls Court.
Today, Earls Court is a convenient hub to stay and enjoy the London Lifestyle with its mix of Victorian Buildings and modern entertainment venues. Dining at Zizzi’s with Italian flair can be mixed with a traditional English meal at one of Earls Courts oldest pubs, The Pembroke Arms.
Accommodation is available for all tastes in Earls Court. For a more exclusive stay why not stay at The K+K Hotel. For the B&B experience you could try the Garden View Hotel.
Earls Court is located 4 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster, only 14 miles from Heathrow International Airport.
By Car: It is easily accessible from the M4 or A4 with plenty of off and on street parking.
By Rail: Earls Court Tube station has access to 3 tube lines giving excellent travel throughout Greater London.