Twenty Nevern Square
SET ON A LEAFY Earl's Court square, Twenty Nevern Square is done out in fetching Euro-Asian style. A private home converted into a smart but budget-conscious hotel in west London, it's designed to be easy on the eye.
Bedrooms with polished wood floors, Indonesian furniture and silk cushions have a definite touch of Raffles about them. While rooms are not large, bathrooms are marbled and there's clever use of space, with a wide-screen TV and CD player concealed in the armoire.
Twenty Nevern Square's bigger signature rooms make the perfect big-city escape. The Terrace room is a private sanctuary in teal and rust tones with mahogany sleigh beds and a private terrace for breakfast à deux. The Rococo room revels in excess, while the Pasha suite rustles in acres of silk and boasts its own intimate terrace overlooking the square. Four poster bedrooms blend luxe with a laid-back Orient feel.
Bowls of shiny apples
The hotel's Ottoman suite takes the biscuit if you're ready to splash out. Huge floor-to-ceiling windows looking over the garden square, a free-standing clawfoot bath, glass-fronted bathroom, yawning 42 inch plasma TV and sumptuous cream and blue decor mark it out as a place to simply pull down the shutters.
Generous breakfasts complete with fresh tropical fruits start the day here and bowls of shiny apples are everywhere should you get peckish later. Night owls can order the hotel’s famous picnic trays for celebrating in bed or on a private terrace.
You're just a sprint on the tube here from the shopaholic’s hunting grounds of Sloane Street and Harvey Nicks, and a 30-minute ride from the West End. The many late-night bars of Earl's Court are just a stroll away.
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Twenty Nevern Square was reviewed for Room for Romance by Mike North
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