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Yes, this is a little weird, I have to admit. I also have to admit that, for £111, London’s pop-up Kentucky Fried Chicken hotel seems excellent value for money.

Read the press release below and see what you think ….

You can book here at 11am.

London's KFC popup hotel


“KFC is offering fans the opportunity to book an exclusive one-night stay in the House of Harland.

Located in London, your room is filled with delicious details, from a private cinema room, to a Finger Lickin’ ‘Press For Chicken’ button and Hot Winger Arcade Machine.

It’s no secret that 11 herbs and spices make things all the more tasty, so in celebration of the lucky number, House of Harland will be open for 11 nights between the 18th – 29th August.

And because we love a theme, rooms are available to book exclusively on from 11am on 11th August for just £111 per room per night (see what we did there!?), with 100% of proceeds going towards the KFC Foundation. Book here.

Unable to get abroad this year? Fear not, as KFC are taking things to the next level after the success of their annual Superfan Search and launching the ultimate staycation, House of Harland. 

KFC’s recent ad campaign celebrates the Colonel’s legions of hardcore fans across the nation, so it’s no surprise that they’re now offering fried chicken fans a bit of much-needed escapism. 

From getting personally picked up in a slick Black Cadillac (we’re calling it the Colonelmobile), to being greeted by your very own ‘Chick-In’ Clerk whose sole purpose is to make your stay a pleasure, you can expect to feel like fried chicken royalty from start to finish. 

Once escorted to number 11, indulge in the complimentary botanical infused self-care essentials, or catch one of the chick-flicks playing in the cinema room. Expect to see drumsticks in the detail, from bedding to wallpaper to an Arcade Machine and towel – fried chicken will never be far from your thoughts. 

Worried you’ll get peckish? Us too. A chicken concierge service will be at your fingertips (literally) with a press for chicken button, meaning a succulent treat will always be within reach.

Don’t miss out on booking one of the 11 nights available in the House of Harland, bookable exclusively on for just £111 per room per night with 100% of proceeds going to The KFC Foundation, supporting grassroots organisations across the country who are empowering young people to unleash their potential and build a positive future. 

Book here from 11th August at 11am BST. The hotel will be hosted at 9a Club Row, London E1 6JX.”

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Comments (79)

  • Dubious says:

    Yes this is quite odd…

    ‘indulge in the complimentary botanical infused self-care essentials’
    I wonder if there botanical essentials include the secret 11 herbs and spices?

  • Jameel Malik says:

    I had to check today’s date to see if it was 1 April.

  • Simon says:

    That’ll have people clucking.

  • Ace Woking says:

    This is at one of the Shoreditch Crashpads which normally go for £160 a night, so in some ways could be called a bargain. If you want to stay in a studio apartment on a grotty Shoreditch side street.

  • Simon says:

    No doubt some people will be cock-a-hoop with this offer. It does look like an eggscellent deal if there’s no fowl play afoot.

  • Jonathan says:

    Again a total lack of inclusivity. Offensive to vegetarians, vegans and a cast of faiths.

    • Mud Island Mlungu says:

      Offence is taken, not given.

    • Jake says:

      I presume by extension therefore so is a local butchers, alcohol retailer, bar, pub, zoo or casino?

      Also I do wearily have to add some further logic to this point by pointing out that KFC do offer a vegan range…

    • Mark says:

      Oh please, clutch your peals somewhere else.

    • Brian W says:

      Exactly why all these new vegan only restaurants that are popping up left right and centre should be ban eh Jonathan. What a disgrace they are for discriminating against us meat lovers 🤦🏼‍♂️

      Some of us have got better things to do than spend our day searching for things to be offended by.

    • Clucking mad says:

      You can’t be serious?!? It’s literally a chicken shop…

    • mradey says:


    • Jonathan says:

      I’d just like to point out there is more than one Jonathan who regularly posts on here….

      Having said that, this must be a windup!

    • vol says:

      As a carnivore I have felt continually offended there have been no specifically meat focussed options. Cheers HfP for posting this!!!!

      • Bagoly says:

        In Central Europe, menus have Poultry and then separately Meat (often entirely pork!)

    • the_real_a says:

      Its quite scary that comments of that ilk are so normal today that many people forgot it was Sarcasm.

      • Paul Pogba says:

        Its depressing that the culture wars regularly invade a travel site, and I know, I’ve bitten and am no better.

        • J says:

          There really is no ‘culture war’ – it’s a media invention stoked by a few low grade politicians. For example, the original comment is clearly sarcasm, and even if it weren’t 95%+ of readers would think it absurd. Same goes for most of the examples trotted out in the papers of proof of this war. It’s just cheap click bait.

  • Kevin says:

    The KFC Foundation? Oh is that the thing which celebrates battery chicken farms the size of Hertfordshire? I’ll get my coat…

  • mr_jetlag says:

    let’s hope they offer oily check-in.

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