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Kew Palace, Kew Gardens, Richmond, Richmond upon Thames, London TW9 3AB
 
Chiswick Moran Hotel London London
Chiswick Moran Hotel London
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £63 38% off
626 Chiswick High Road, W4 5RY | 14 minutes walk from Kew Palace
Located in leafy West London the Chiswick Moran Hotel is a modern, bright, and funky hotel, ideally positioned for Heathrow Airport, Chiswick, Kew Gardens and Twickenham More
 
 
 
Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock London
Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £54 39% off
Commerce Road, TW8 8GA | 19 minutes walk from Kew Palace
If you want a place to stay that combines the sleepy, leafy charm of West London with access to the town centre, then you could hardly More
 
 
 
Hilton London Syon Park London
Hilton London Syon Park
London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £71 31% off
Syon Park, TW8 8JF | 21 minutes walk from Kew Palace
Seven miles from the city centre, London Syon Park brings a touch of contemporary luxury to London's urban countryside with 137 elegant rooms and suites, all More
 
 
 

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Kew Palace

 
Kew Palace hotels title=Built in 1631 for merchant Samuel Fortrey, and later acquired by George II as an annexe to Kew House, Kew Palace served as a family country retreat for George III and his extensive family. Nestled among the greenery of the (now) Kew Gardens and perched on the river, the King loved the palace so much he was given the nickname "Farmer George" as he spent so much time away from the centre of London, out "in the country" at Kew. The palace itself was comparatively small with only four storeys but was favoured by a string of royals. First used by the royals in 1729, George III officially bought the property in 1781. It later became a more permanent home for the Royal Family - King George IV was born here, while Queen Charlotte died here in 1818. It is the last survivor of several important royal residences at Kew and after a long closure for restoration, the palace opened up once more to visitors be it of a less regal variety - in summer 2006.Book Tickets for Kew Gardens with entry to Kew Palace
 

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