The Gore

The hotel The Gore in London, dated back to 1892, is a symbol of the characteristic and British hospitality. With its perfect location in South Kensington, you are close to the many attractions that London has to offer its guests.

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The hotel is housed in a historic Victorian building with antique furniture and chandeliers, wood paneling, tapestries and original 18th and 20th century paintings. Living at The Gore is a historical experience in itself – you may get the royal feel in these fabulous surroundings and you really sense the wings of history and taken back in time.

Stay at The Gore in London

All suites are named after some of the hotel’s most distinguished guests, who once visited the hotel, including Dame Nellie, Judy Garland and Lady Blessington. The rooms are all uniquely designed. In 1968, The Gores Bar 190 featured the release of the world-famous rock band Rolling Stones and their album, Beggar Banquet.

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