Description:The hotel's website advertizes this hotel as London’s newest and most unique hotel. The hotel, located in the leafy Notting Hill, offers accommodation in single, twin, double and family rooms. It is not kosher hotel, but it is close to synagogue.... [more]
Hechsher from: London Beth Din Federation Kashrut level: N/A
Number of rooms / apartments: 30 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 1 (in the hotel)
Advertizes itself as the only licensed kosher hotel in London, supervised under the London Beth Din Federation. All rooms have a private bathroom and are fully equipped. Nearest tube: Golders Green (Northern line).
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