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Earls Court is best known for the Earls Court Exhibition Hall but is also a lively and cosmopolitan district in its own right. There are plenty of budget and discount hotels in the area and Earls Court is an excellent place to look for relatively cheap accommodation in London.

The Exhibition Hall was first opened in 1937 for the Chocolate and Confectionery Exhibition. Designed by Chicago architect C. Howard Crane, its construction took 18 months and cost £1.5m. At the time, it was the largest reinforced concrete structure ever built and large enough to hold two St Paul's Cathedrals or five Royal Albert Halls!
Earls Court 2 was built in 1991 at a cost of £100m. Designed by RMJM architects and built by P&Os' construction group Bovis it took just over two years to complete.



Comfort Inn Kensington. - A Victorian Town House hotel located in the heart of Kensington & Chelsea Borough Idealy located for business and leisure, close to Earls Court & Olympia

Exhibition Court Hotel. - Another charming hotel in the Exhibition Court Hotels' Group, with superb facilities that are ideal for families, tourists and business travellers.


Hotel Ibis. - Located in the West end of London, opposite Earls Court Exhibition Centre and just 2 minutes walk from West Brompton station. (Earls Court station is 5 minutes walk for District and Piccadilly Lines)


Hotel Oliver. - Thoughtfully designed in order to accomodate both business and holiday clients alike. All bedrooms include private bathroom, telephone, clock, radio and colour TV. SECURE CAR PARKING AVAILABLE WITH PRIOR ARRANGEMENT.

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Travel links:

  • Rail - West Brompton Mainline Station.
    West Brompton railway station is opposite Earls Court's West Brompton entrance. Silverlink Metro Trains run direct services from Gatwick Airport, Clapham Junction, Brighton, Watford Junction, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Rugby.
    For information about timetables, fares and to book tickets contact
    National Rail Enquiries 08457 48 49 50 www.nationalrail.co.uk

  • Tube - Earls Court
    Piccadilly/District Lines
    General Enquiries 0845 330 9880 Journey planner

  • Bus
    - Earls Court One forecourt 74, 328, C1, C3, N31
    - Earls Court Two forecourt 190
    London Transport Information - 020 7222 1234 London Transport

  • Taxi
    Cabs can be hailed in the street and are also located on designated taxi-ranks which are situated around the city and are often located near mainline rail, underground and bus stations.
    Within London there are a number of telephone booking services that provide the facility for pre-booking a taxi to arrive at a specified time and place.
    try:
    Computer Cab 020 7432 1432
    Dial-A-Cab 020 7253 5000
    Radio Taxis 020 7272 0272


Last Updated 17/01/2005
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