Kew is a fine example of London’s suburbia. Close to Richmond, Heathrow Airport and with transport links that get you to Central, West and South West London in no time, booking one of our Kew hotels is a smart move if you’re looking to stay somewhere that gives you breathing space.
Hotels in Kew
London Kew Bridge
London Hammersmith (Ravenscourt Park)
London Kensington (Olympia)
London Putney Bridge
London Kensington (Earl's Court)
London Hanger Lane
London Twickenham Stadium
London Twickenham East
London Hayes, Heathrow (North A4020)
London Heathrow Airport (M4/J4)
London Heathrow Airport (Bath Road)
What to do in Kew
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Otherwise known as Kew Gardens, here you can see a vast range of rare and beautiful plants and flowers in their glorious seasonal colours. There’s also a treetop walk, Victorian glasshouses, the Arboretum, royal buildings, woods and more.
Why not think about staying in one of our Kew hotels if you’re watching a match at Twickenham, the home of England rugby?
Spend some time in nature at Richmond Park. This huge park is an important conservation area and home to lots of free-roaming deer. Go to King Henry’s Mound for brilliant panoramic views of the city.