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Excellent £89 room deal, including a bottle of bubbly, at London’s Hotel Indigo Kensington

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Travelzoo is offering a very good deal on IHG’s Hotel Indigo in Earls Court, London. It is one of the best London hotel offers I have seen recently.

The hotel now prefers to describe itself as Hotel Indigo Kensington, which is a little generous. Trust me, it is just opposite the main entrance to Earls Court underground station.

You can see the package here on Travelzoo.

Hotel Indigo Kensington deal

It is a very impressive package. For £89, which is fully refundable, you get:

  • One night in a standard room, for two people
  • Breakfast
  • A bottle of prosecco in your room
  • Guaranteed 1pm check-out

There are no black-out dates except for the New Year period.

Regular readers will know that these deals often exclude certain days of the week, but your Hotel Indigo Kensington voucher is valid seven days per week, until 28th February 2022.

You can add extra nights by buying additional vouchers. I assume that you do not receive extra bottles of prosecco with extra nights, although I suppose you could book one night in one name, take the 1pm check-out and then immediately check-in again to a room booked by your partner ….

You won’t receive any IHG Rewards points or status benefits because this is a third party booking, although flashing your status card at check-in won’t do any harm.

Find out more on this page of Travelzoo. Remember that your voucher is fully refundable if you end up not using it by February 2022.

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Comments (9)

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  • mr_jetlag says:

    Did this deal last year, to coincide with sons birthday and overnight stay in the Natural History museum. The rooms are tiny but well kept, only issue was that their main lift was out during our stay. I’ve always enjoyed indigo’s as better value than most ICs (US and UK)

  • Barry cutters says:

    In the days when we could go to sporting events we used to stay here for Wimbledon each year . It’s been called ‘Kensington’ for a while .

    Great location for tube and places to eat/drink .
    The rooms I’ve had have never been tiny – and are quirky like most indigos. I think I’ve probably always had an upgrade tho as SE. Breakfast is always worth it too .
    Bar is nice .

    Great place to stay in my opinion . And for £89 a bargain

  • Sarah says:

    Can a child be included and if so, how much extra?

    • Rob says:

      Have a look at the hotel on the IHG site. Would be very surprised if they could fit a kid into the standard rooms – you only get a queen bed for yourself.

  • Aston100 says:

    I think the Hilton ‘Kensington’ trumps this Indigo for ambitiousness of location name.

    • Rob says:

      Eh? The hotel is on Kensington High Street 🙂 It is 10 mins walk from High Street Kensington tube.

      • Sididdly says:

        Hilton Kensington isn’t on Kensington High Street. It’s about five minutes walk from Holland Park or Shepherd’s Bush tubes.

        • Rob says:

          Oh that one. Thought you meant Kensington Olympia. In that case, yes, agreed 🙂

          Should rename it Hilton Westfield.

          I have a history with that hotel. About 15 years ago I needed 1 Hilton night to trigger a big promo bonus so I checked in, even though it was blinkin’ miles from any tube (this was before Westfield was built). Dragged myself down there in torrential rain, checked in and left again. Turned out that this was the only hotel in the UK which had decided not to take part in that specific Hilton promotion so it was a total waste ….

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