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London's High Style/Low Price Hotels

Two recent openings in London's southwestern enclaves prove that high style doesn't have to come at a high price. The intimate Rockwell comprises 40 rooms tricked out with oak furniture and Neisha Crosland wallpaper, housed in an elegant Georgian manse that retains such period details as wrought-iron banisters and mosaic-tile floors. Nearby, upstart company base2stay puts an affordable spin on serviced apartments in a white-stucco town house near Earl's Court. Read the article

Destinations: Chelsea/Kensington · Kings Cross

Inspired by: T+L Reports: London for Less — by Peter Jon Lindberg, Published Sep. 2006

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    At base2stay, a deceptively normal white stucco and wrought iron exterior belies a stylish interior representing one of the most innovative hotel c

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    Rockwell

    The epitome of understated chic, the Rockwell welcomes guests in a cozy reception lounge outfitted with an elegant library, vibrant flowers and eve

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