Beit Hall’s spacious twin bedrooms are available in standard or en-suite options
En-suite single bedroom in Beit Hall
Beit Hall’s common room is available for the use of guests and offers games, a TV and wifi access
Beit Hall is ideally located next door to the Royal Albert Hall
"Beit Hall is in a great location; Not far from the underground stations, most of all, very close to the museums, Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park. Breakfast offers a full English and is big. Room is clean and quiet. Great value indeed." Mr Xiaolin W
From July to September each year, Beit Hall offers 4-star visitor accommodation in central London. Ideally located next to the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and museums, Beit Hall is a great value choice for those attending the BBC Proms or London's musems and cultural attractions.
Beit Hall offers a choice of single and twin bedrooms with either en-suite or shared bathroom facilities. Guests are also able to enjoy a full English or continental buffet style breakfast, and use of the on-site gym and swimming pool for a small additional charge.
Please note: The north side of Beit Hall's quadrangle is home to Imperial College's Students' Union which contains a bar. Therefore, guests staying at Beit Hall must be over the age of 18 to comply with licensing restrictions.
Beit Hall Overview
Facilities and features
Hall features and facilities:
* A note to guests, Due to refurbishment works taking place, Ethos Gym will be closed on Friday 7 September.
From Saturday 8 – Sunday 23 September guests will have access to the temporary gym on Ethos 5th Court (available during centre opening hours), and the Performance Room (for free weights) from 07.00–09.15 and 17.15–20.00. For more information about opening hours and access please visit the Sport Imperial website.
Prince Consort Road
London, SW7 2BB
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Check in: From 14.00
Check out: By 10.00
Reception is open 24 hours, 7 days a week
Contact number: 0207 594 8111
|Nearest underground station||
South Kensington Underground Station (Circle, District and Piccadilly lines)
|Directions||At South Kensington station, turn right into the subway sign-posted for the museums and continue until you reach the very end of the subway (Exit 3). At the exit, walk up all the steps and turn left up Exhibition Road and walk for approximately three minutes towards Hyde Park. Take the second street on the left - Prince Consort Road. Walk for two minutes until you have passed the Royal Albert Hall. Beit Hall is the large, red building directly next to the steps and the front entrance is located half way along the front of the building.|
We have a limited number of car parking spaces available for our summer accommodation guests which must be booked in advance. Overnight parking available from 18.00 until 10.00 for £20.00 per night (accommodation guests only). Please note: Outside of these times, the following car park charges apply.
To book a car parking space please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Unfortunately camper vans, mini busses and coaches are not able to park on site.
Please note that central London issues a Congestion Charge for driving a vehicle within the charging zone between 07:00 and 18:00, Monday to Friday. The Congestion Charge is an £11.50 daily charge. To find out more and how to pay please visit the TFL website.
You must pre-book your parking space before arrival on site to avoid being turned away.
Beit Hall is located in South Kensington, in an area also referred to as Albertopolis, so-called because of Prince Albert's (Queen Victoria's husband) involvement in supporting many of the cultural and educational institutions that surround Exhibition Road. Prince Albert is doubly honoured with the Albert Memorial statue in Hyde Park sitting directly opposite the Royal Albert Hall.
There are plenty of activities suitable for all ages in South Kensington - and even better many of them are free!
Three of London's largest museums can be found along Exhibition Road: the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, all of them offering free entry.
The Natural History Museum is one of London’s architectural treasures and is filled with wonders from the natural world.
Don't miss: being greeted by Dippy the Dinosaur located in the entrance to the museum. From the Summer of 2017 you will instead be welcomed by an 82ft Blue Whale skeleton.
The Science Museum has many intriguing interactive exhibits for fun and learning for the whole family.
Don't miss: visiting the Launchpad - hands-on science has never been more fun!
The Victoria and Albert Museum is a haven for fans of art and design and is home to 3,000 years’ worth of amazing artefacts from many cultures.
Don't miss: lunch in the courtyard. There's a fountain for the kids to paddle in while you can take in the stunning surrounding architecture.
Royal Albert Hall
Royal Albert Hall is one of the UK’s most loved and distinctive buildings, recognisable the world over. Each year it hosts more than 350 performances, including the BBC Proms.
Hyde Park is a vast Royal Park. Here you will find the Diana Memorial Fountain, the Serpentine Gallery and the Serpentine Lido, where on a hot day, keen swimmers bathe alongside the ducks.
For absolutely fabulous luxury shopping, head for Harvey Nichols and Harrods in Knightsbridge. Oxford Street is also just a short bus journey away.
"All very clean and nicely organized. Perfect location for the proms!" Mrs Beverly U
"The staff at Beit Hall were very friendly and helpful. They were polite and professional. The atmosphere in the Uni bar was brilliant and prices very reasonable. We would definitely stay again. Thanks." Mrs Christine H
"I have rated everything as excellent because our stay was. We could not have been more central in London for what we wanted to do and felt very safe walking around even in the evening. The room served us very well and it was really great to be able to use the student union bar too. We are hoping to visit again next year!" Mrs Christina B