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2020 TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Award

2019 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellance

The London Town Hotel provides a comfortable space to relax, work and sleep, making our hotel the perfect base for your visit to London.

We offer Single, Double, Triple and Family rooms. All our rooms have en suite facilities (shower & toilet), free Wi-Fi, freeview digital Television, direct dial telephones, room safes, hair dryers. All our rooms are non-smoking.

Our spacious guest's lounge has complimentary tea & coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. The lounge leads on to the hotel's private terrace which overlooks the hotel's garden.

We serve morning continental breakfast in our breakfast room, Monday to Friday from 8.00am till 9.30am, and Saturday to Sunday from 8.00am till 10.00am.

Our friendly, helpful staff look forward to welcoming you at the London Town Hotel. Traveller Award 2021 Traveller Award 2020


Penywern Road
The London Town Hotel was originally built in 1877. In 1881 the building was the home of William Delferier a dancing master, who lived with his siblings Caroline Delferier and Arthur Delferier. The building was converted into a hotel in the 1950's.

The picture to the right shows Penywern Road from the early 1900's.

For more history on Earl's Court:
   Wikipedia - Earl's Court
   Farrells - An Illustrated Guide to the History of Earl's Court - London
   Video from The Underground Map - Earl's Court - A Two Minute Histrory

The Local Area

Earl's Court is located on the the west side of central London, which is connected by District and Piccadilly Underground lines. Earl's Court is vibrant residential area and around the hotel there is a wide variety of restaurants, pubs, bars and shops.
Earl's Court was home to the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, which was originally opened in 1887 and was rebuilt in 1937 in its current art deco style exterior. With a capacity for 20,000 people and a total floor area of 47,000 square meters, it has been the home and hosted many famous shows, exhibitions, concerts, and sporting events over the years.
Earls Court Road