Price From $143
'Hood Earls Court, a residential district with charming public squares. The hotel is about a 10-minute walk southwest of the sprawling public park Kensington Gardens and the Victoria & Albert Museum, and it's around the corner from a subway stop on the Piccadilly line, which stops at Heathrow Airport.
The Gist Each of the 22 rooms at this hotel in a Georgian town house has its own decorative theme. Owner Shireen Salooga mixes stenciling and trompe l'oeil touches for a whimsical Italian motif. One room with a subtle ocean motif, for instance, features blue bedspreads and paintings of seascapes. Online reviews tend to salute the Rushmore's cleanliness, its breakfast (included in the price), and its location by a key subway stop. Rooms have recently renovated private bathrooms. Single, double, triple, and quad rooms are available. A minimum two nights' stay is required if your stay includes a Saturday night.
Free Wi-Fi? Yes, in all rooms.
Credit Cards Accepted AmEx, Mastercard, Visa.
Thanks for Sharing Reader Becky Brock wrote that this hotel is "economical and wonderful, though it lacks an elevator." She especially liked the "great breakfast in a sunny room, with a very helpful British staff."