Notting Hill is not so much an address, more a way of life. A meeting point and melting pot of cultures. Where street life meets café society and bohemia meet business. A playground and a marketplace. An artists’ colony and a celebrities’ retreat.
A shopping mecca and tourist destination. Home to the famous Portobello Road Antiques Market and the exuberant Notting Hill Carnival. It’s London at its most colourful, characterful and cosmopolitan best.
Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea
It’s also part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, which embraces the superb amenities of Hyde and Holland Park, the landmark attractions of Kensington Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and the Museum Quarter, and the top end retailers of Knightsbridge, Street Kensington and Westbourne Grove.
And with Notting Hill’s superb communications, the bright lights of London’s West End and Theatreland are equally accessible. London Underground’s Central, District and Circle Lines all converge at Notting Hill Gate, and the opening of London’s new Crossrail service in 2018 will make it even more accessible.
A lifestyle of stunning modernity At the heart of London’s most Vibrant Village.
Notting Hill is a vibrant and cosmopolitan hub of West London renowned for its colourful buildings, quaint cafes and alternative markets.
Sitting at the heart of the community The Electric Cinema is famous for its refined and decadent atmosphere.
The world-famous Portobello Market is a haven for treasure-seekers hunting for unique trinkets and cherished items.