Kensington: A Musical Celebration

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Carole Hamilton samples a Proms-inspired dusk during her new favourite London hotel, a super-chic Kensington 

The Kensington hotel, partial of a Doyle Collection has it all; a good location, a fanciful K bar, extraordinary beds and a stylish grill portion some rather good food.

From now until a 9 September, this desirable boutique hotel is celebrating a UK’s many iconic exemplary song festival during beside Royal Albert Hall (of that a hotel is an central partner), with a horde of musically desirous offerings.

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I desired a musically desirous floral installation by William Clarke that greets we during a doorway and raises a smile. Spanning a whole exterior, it’s an blast of greenery, entwined with low-pitched low-pitched notes, violins and even a piano lonesome in weed and flowers.

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Ask about one of a 5 specifically created musically desirous cocktails. These embody a likes of ‘Nicola Beneditti’:Dalmore, Ardmore, lemon juice, ginger and honey syrup and ‘Andre Previn’: 207 solitaire and Balzahar red. Visit on Friday or Saturday evening (between 6pm – 8pm) and we can suffer low-pitched duo, The City String Ensemble, who perform both exemplary and stream favourites.

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The four-course ‘Proms’ menu, with booze pairings, has been designed exclusively by Executive cook Steve Gibbs in honour a event. The menu is packaged with anniversary summer delights and includes: Heirloom tomato elderflower consommé with Dorset crab parcels and a lemon salsa verde, Burratina di Puglia with watermelon, beetroot and jasmine honey, ‘Josper grilled poussin’ with purple growing broccoli, Jersey Royals, and salsa verde and finally a wickedly good fruits of a timberland parfait with vanilla froth and orange sorbet.

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You can suffer this menu during a hotel’s Town House grill or on a private, heated outdoor patio that creates a many a late summer sunshine.

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Make it happen
The Proms menu is accessible until a 9 September, book online at or call 020 7589 6300.

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