Notting Hill. It will probably ring a bell for most of you. Most people know Notting Hill because of the movie named after this area in London. But Notting Hill is a must visit neighborhood in London. Lots of vintage stores, restaurants and bars, street art and beautiful buildings that you want to move into right away. While walking this around this area, we discovered a lot of cool hotspots in Notting Hill that I wanted to share with you.
But before visiting one of these hotspots in Notting Hill, you of course need to find out where you want to sleep during your trip. Thanks to Booking.com, Ilse and I stayed in Portobello House, a lovely hotel with a great location in this neighborhood. What I love about Booking.com is their diverse range of property types. They don’t just have hotels, but they have B&B’s, apartments, villas, etc. as well. So something for everyone! And don’t forget to download their app. It makes checking in way easier, and you can even make a booking from there too. No need to print your reservation, just take your phone with you!
Are you planning a trip yourself? If you book through my Booking.com link, you’ll get a €25 discount. Isn’t that wonderful? You can use this link whenever you want, but make sure to check the terms & conditions.
And now it’s time for my favorite hotspots in Notting Hill!
- Redemption // For vegan lunch, dinner and drinks
- Granger & Co // For breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks with an Australian vibe
- Brown Rice // Thai food, also perfect for take-away
- Portobello House // Lovely hotel with a location close to Portobello Road
- Jusu Brothers // For pan-Asian flavours, juices, organic bites and all-day food
- Happy Donuts // For a sweet snack on the go
- Portobello Road // A street filled with (vintage) stores, coffee places, bars etc.
- The Farm Girl // Hip cafe with fresh, healthy and yummy food
- Uli // For Asian lunch, dinner or for drinks with bites
- The Grain Shop // For vegetarian take out dishes and/or sweet bits
There is a lot more to see in Notting Hill of course, but these spots are a few of my favorites! Make sure to check out the market as well. They sell good food and vintage clothing. Can’t wait to go back again and explore other neighborhoods in the city. There’s still so much to discover!
Have you ever been to Notting Hill? If so, what were your favorite hotspots in Notting Hill?
And in case you’re planning your own trip, don’t forget to book through my Booking.com link, to get that €25 discount on your booking!
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