Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Cromwell Suite
4-18 Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH -
Ideally located in the beautiful neighbourhood of South Kensington, and just minutes away from Gloucester Road station, Millennium Gloucester Hotel is the perfect place from which to explore London.
With 610 newly refurbished (2020) bedrooms, many of them family friendly, Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington offers a seamless blend of personalised service with unrivalled comfort. Enjoy award-winning Singaporean and Chinese dining at Millennium's signature restaurant, Bugis Street brasserie or grab a bite to eat throughout the day at Humphrey's Bar.
Take a stroll to nearby Kensington Palace Gardens and Hyde Park or explore London's iconic museums from The Natural History Museum and The Victoria and Albert Museum all within walking distance from the hotel. London Heathrow Airport is only 45 minutes away and is easily accessible via the London underground.
The contrast with traditional atmosphere and well equipped AV make this room both ideal for conferences and catering. Chandeliers, mirrors, easy AV loading access and large private foyer area complete this lovely room located on the ground floor of the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. The Cromwell Suite has air conditioning, full disabled access and the flexibility to divide the room into 4 separate sections. The total square meter of the Cromwell suite is 312m2.
Capacity & layout
up to 400
up to 372
up to 350
up to 50
up to 190
up to 200
Catering & drinks
Table / chairs included
Wedding ceremony licence
Licensed for alcohol
75% refundable 84 days before the event
Loved my three day stay here!! EVERYONE from the front desk manager to the housekeepers were just lovely and accommodating! Special shout out to the concierge. They were kind, upbeat, very accommodating to my every need. I am disabled and need a mobility scooter that was rented from another company. They did not bat an eyelash when they held it for me prior to arrival, and when I left, they made sure it was safe until the rental company picked it back up. I can not say enough about this hotel.. Thank you all for being such a special part of my vacation.
Appealing hotel for a family stay, being in a great location a short walk from Gloucester Road tube, local shops and restaurants - and big London attractions. Friendly staff, spacious and clean family room with two double beds which is rare, great breakfast included in the price, with a wide selection of food options. Even had a free drink coupon thrown in on our booking! Room decor was perhaps a little on the tired side but, that said, everything was clean, comfortable and worked great and, overall, it was reasonably priced.
Lovely hotel. We were greeted by Yasmin. She upgraded our room. Room is spacious and clean. Building seems old. The wallpaper looks tacky. Location is great. 30mins train ride to St Pancras International.
I booked a double room and was given a room with 2 singles. This was presented as an upgrade but I can’t see my room being better than what others could have been. It was accessible via stairs only. The view is of a blank wall. And the temperature in the room is impossible to adjust. Given the price I had expectations of something nicer.
I stayed here for six nights in September. They bill this as a 4-star hotel. I agree that the entrance, lobby, sculptures, chandeliers, and YOUR bill will be 4-star caliber, but the food, your room, and the service overall will be more in line with a two-star hotel. My room (#625) was outdated and nothing special. The bed was too firm, the AC in my room was noisy and leaked, the bathroom had stains all over the floor and around the sink, paint chipping off the walls. There was a mini fridge but no microwave. There was no English plug adapter for the outlet, so make sure you bring one with you if you're coming from overseas. Luckily I had bought one before my trip and left it in the hotel room after I checked out for the next person to use. Bottled water was provided, but I didn't drink any out of fear I'd get charged an arm and a leg. *Getting into the tub to shower was like climbing Mount Everest. There's no grab bar on the outside, only the inside. So exercise caution! Housekeeping made the bed, emptied the trash (but didn't provide liners), and left me a "clean" stained towel in the bathroom one day. Breakfast at this hotel's restaurant was bland, 20 pounds for a continental breakfast of bacon, eggs, ham, rolls, coffee, and Cumberland sausage (the best-tasting item on the menu, in my opinion). My room's view could have been more spectacular. Instead, it faced another hotel. One positive about the hotel is the location. It's a stone's throw from the Gloucester Road Tube station. I had no issues with the front desk staff. Check-in and check-out were relatively seamless. Overall, the hotel was very overpriced for what you get. For six nights I paid the equivalent of what most people have for their monthly mortgage! Then again, London was very overpriced, so I'm unsure if this hotel is a "bargain" by London standards.