London is a glamorous city, with many gorgeous, affluent areas. For this reason, it’s hardly surprising that this city is home to 80% of the world’s richest people. Among this wealthy bunch, are some very familiar faces. In Kensington alone, you can find some of the most-loved celebrities in the UK. Read on to discover six of the famous residence of Kensington.
By basing your stay at the Park Grand Kensington London, you will be treating yourself to a luxurious London experience, fit for any of the London celebs. As well as this, you will be just around the corner from the world-renowned author, JK Rowling. Her Harry Potter books captured the hearts of the whole world, and you may catch a glimpse of her during your stay, as she owns a home in South Kensington.
There are many wonderful things in London. From mind-broadening museums to delicious Indian Afternoon Tea experiences, visitors are fortunate to have a plethora of things to choose from. However, by taking a stroll through Kensington, you may spot the world’s most familiar face, Rowan Atkinson. Yes, the actor that brought us Mr Bean, Blackadder and Johnny English lives in this stunning area. Even if you don’t manage to spot him, we recommend that you make the most of your visit by exploring the stunning Kensington Gardens and Palace.
By booking one of the romantic hotel packages that are available in Kensington, you will be in one of the most gorgeous areas of the city, in excellent accommodation. If you don’t believe us, ask the Beckhams. This celebrity couple has lived in Holland Park, Kensington for many happy years, and if you’re fortunate, you may even spot them doing the school run!
Robbie Williams, heartthrob and notorious bad boy of the world-famous band, Take That has taken a new title of loving father and husband in a stunning Kensington Mansion. After dining in the sophisticated Park Grand Restaurant, we recommend that you stroll along the streets, to see if you can spot this gorgeous couple and maybe even a couple of other members of the band coming to visit.
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge
Now, we couldn’t write about the famous residence of London without including one of the most well-known couples in the world. William and Kate. These royal loved birds now take residence in their own private part of Kensington Palace. Although this, of course, closed off to visitors, the Palace and Gardens themselves make for a lovely day out. Why not treat yourself, by dining like royalty and enjoying a stunning Indian Afternoon Tea after your visit?
When staying in the brilliant Park Grand Kensington, London, hoovers and electrical appliances are likely to be very far from your mind. However, the world-renowned inventor of these products, Richard Dyson, will be just around the corner! Keep an eye out; we imagine his home is the most pristine in the area.