A 2-bedroom apartment is available to rent on Cromwell Road in Kensington. With contemporary decor and lots of light, this would be an ideal home for anyone, from students to professionals to families. There's a very large living room with 3 big leather couches, 2 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin), a sizable bathroom with a bathtub, and a compact but well-equipped kitchen.
When it comes to location, you're really spoilt—some of London's most famous museums, such as the Natural History Museum, are within a 15-minute walk, as is Imperial College London. In terms of amenities, there's a Sainsbury's supermarket just down the road, and plenty of shops, cafés and pubs on nearby Earls Court Road.
Payment method: cash; credit card
Utilities: £20 per person per month (average cost)
Cleaning fee upon exit: £85.
Check out fee: £195
Maximum 5-week advance booking policy:
Bedding: to make your stay more comfortable, the landlord offers an optional 'Basic Bed Package' for £79.95:
Please note that if you book this property for longer than 1 month you might be asked to provide proof of solvency. This will happen after your booking is confirmed. If you cannot provide your solvency, your booking might be canceled and you may lose your Spotahome fee.
If you need to cancel a confirmed booking, there’s no way to reclaim any of your money.
Your 1st payment will go to the landlord as planned, and you will also be unable to reclaim your one-time reservation fee. Sorry.
Kensington and Chelsea is London’s smallest borough, but as we all know, big things can come in small and exclusive packages. This district holds an impressive number of world-famous sites and events, including the prestigious Harrods store and the popular Notting Hill Carnival. Many universities are housed in this district, including Royal College of Art, Royal College of Music, Imperial College London and The American International University in London. The neighborhood of Chelsea has grown from a fishing village to an exclusive and posh area with prestigious and luxury housing, hosting plenty of celebrity residents through the years, including Oscar Wilde, Freddie Mercury as well as JK Rowling, Sir Elton John, Robbie Williams and many more. This borough is definitely a place to be for celebrity sightings and observing the Londonese version of New York’s Upper East Side. Wish to see what is it like to live in this borough? Catch up with Britain's award winning TV show Made In Chelsea and find out!