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Albert MemorialAlbert Memorial The Albert Memorial was built by Queen Victoria to commemorate the death of her husband. 
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Abba Queen's Gate London Hotel in London Abba Queen's Gate London HotelSouth Kensington
A 4-star hotel in Queen's Gate, about ⅓ mile from Albert Memorial.
Astor Hostel Hyde Park in London Astor Hostel Hyde ParkSouth Kensington
A hostel at 191 Queen's Gate, approx ¼ mile away.
Chenestons Restaurant in London Chenestons RestaurantKensington
A 4-star hotel in Kensington Court, approximately ½ mile from Albert Memorial.
Clearlake Hotel in London Clearlake HotelKensington
A hotel at 18-19 Prince Of Wales Terrace, approximately half-a-mile away. It has TVs, laundry service, safe.
Earls Restaurant in London Earls RestaurantSouth Kensington
A 3-star hotel in Queen's Gate Gardens, approximately ½ mile from Albert Memorial. Earl's Restaurant is located with... more
Fifty Four Boutique Hotel in London Fifty Four Boutique HotelSouth Kensington
A 4-star hotel at 54 Queen's Gate, approximately half-a-mile away. It has air conditioning, bar, ensuite bathrooms, room... more
Gore Hotel in London Gore HotelSouth Kensington
A 4-star hotel in Queen's Gate, roughly ¼ mile from Albert Memorial, with air conditioning, business facilities, car... more
Grange Strathmore Hotel in London Grange Strathmore HotelSouth Kensington
A hotel at 41-42 Queen's Gate Gardens, approximately half-a-mile away. The Grange Strathmore Hotel is a 4 star hotel, ori... more
Kensington House Hotel in London Kensington House HotelKensington
A 4-star hotel in Prince Of Wales Terrace, approximately ½ mile from Albert Memorial. Kensington House Hotel provide... more
Milestone Hotel in London Milestone HotelKensington
A 4-star hotel in Kensington, approximately half-a-mile away. Renowned as one of the leading small hotels in the world, T... more
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