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Although the area may be relatively small, there’s plenty of choice for accommodation in Notting Hill – especially if you include some of the nearby areas of Bayswater and Kensington. See below for various accommodation choices for your stay in the area.

You can also use the below search/box map to search for different types of accommodation (hotels, hostels, apartments) in Notting Hill.

A selection of some of the best hotels in Notting Hill.


  • Ben
    Posted February 27, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    Living in Notting Hill isn’t cheap if you’re planning on renting or buying your own place. But one way to make a move to Notting Hill without it costing an arm and a leg, is to flatshare. Renting a room is much cheaper than renting a whole flat to yourself (and means you can save up towards buying your own if that’s your plan). Find out about renting rooms in Notting Hill by coming along to our free Speed Flatmating events, every two weeks. For more details visit:

  • Tony
    Posted July 5, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    I lived and worked in the Notting hill Gate area for most of the 1980s. I am now trying to return for a holiday to the area in early August.2013.
    I’m looking for accommodation for my family [couple + 2 boys] for 2 weeks from Sunday Aug 4th very reasonably priced in the Notting Hill Gate/Bayswater/Holland Park area preferably.
    Many thanks for offers to my email in advance.

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