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Travellers to Notting Hill will find the district encapsulates the very best of London; here, charming streets, boutique stores, diverse population, and famous events are bountiful. Whether you're visiting for a weekend or looking for a hotel near the Notting Hill Carnival, has a range of hotels in Notting Hill, London to ensure you find the perfect place. Use the filters to sort your results by rating, budget, and accommodation type. You can also use the handy map feature to see exactly where your hotel will be. Before completing the straightforward booking process, read the reviews of previous guests to make sure it's definitely right for you. Once done, you can look forward to experience the charming, quintessentially London district that is Notting Hill.

About Notting Hill

Notting Hill rise to prominence throughout the 1980's was cemented with the 1999 Hugh Grant film, Notting Hill. The movie showcased the West London district to the world. Today, it is one of the trendiest, most fashionable areas of London, home to many celebrities, bars, stores and green spaces. The district covers many notable areas in London, including North Kensington; where the world famous Notting Hill Carnival started, and Portobello Road, one of London's most iconic street markets. As an inner London district, Notting Hill is well connected to all the other attractions in Central London, with 4 tube stations and plenty of bus routes operating in the area. While in Notting Hill, visitors can get around by walking - the streets are too picturesque to be travelling on the underground.

What to do in Notting Hill

Whether you're staying in accommodation near Portobello Market or Kensington Palace, you won't be far from the best that Notting Hill has to offer. The first stop in the morning should be the Portobello Road Market, either for breakfast or for a spot of shopping; the Saturday antiques market is the best in the UK. The market has been a Portobello Road staple since the 19th century and is an international tourist draw. After that, continue your shopping at the Travel Bookstore, which is famous for being the inspiration for the store in the Notting Hill film. If you want to continue the film theme, take the 'Film Walk', which takes you around the Notting Hill locations that have been used in films. There are many excellent restaurants in Notting Hill, so take your pick for your evening meal, you can choose from Michelin Star restaurants or just good, old fashioned fish and chips. Fall in love with Notting Hill using

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