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The weather varies in Kensington throughout the year. Visit during the summer months for the chance to explore the area in warm, sunny weather. It can get chilly during the rest of the year, but Kensington’s many attractions mean that it is just as enchanting to visit during the winter as it is during the summer.If you’re in Kensington in August, don’t miss Notting Hill Carnival, which is held every year on the last weekend of the month. With energising music and dancing, this family friendly event is sure to put a smile on everyone’s faces. If opera is more your style, why not attend Holland Park’s open-air operatic performances, which take place in June, July and August? Between November and January, bring family and friends ice-skating at the Natural History Museum’s 300-square-metre rink.
Many of the hotels in Kensington are impressive, lavish affairs. Without walking too far, you’ll find historical buildings housing individually designed, spectacularly furnished rooms. If you’re willing to spend a little bit extra, Kensington can offer a beautiful and memorable hotel stay. That said, there are options to fit every budget, particularly around the popular Earl’s Court area.On Kensington High Street, the Royal Garden Hotel offers guests easy access to the area’s best shops. If you’re travelling with family, why not stay in the museum district? Accommodation such as the Grade II listed, Edwardian 54 Queen’s Gate Hotel sits almost on the doorstep of the Natural History Museum.Just because you’re in England’s capital city doesn’t mean you can’t seek out green spaces. Kensington Palace and the surrounding area is one of the most attractive parts of the district and is sure to keep adults and children occupied throughout the day. You can find accommodation that sits as close as 300 metres away from the palace, such as the fashionable Milestone Hotel, which boasts views across Kensington Park.If you’re on a budget, don’t fret. There is plenty of reasonably priced accommodation in Kensington, as well as expensive alternatives. For the best deals, head to the Earls Court Road area, where you’ll find a number of hostels all less than a five-minute walk from the nearest tube station. You’ll also find a range of popular shops and restaurants here such as Boots, M&S Simply Food, Nando’s and Zizzi .

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