Olympia London is delighted to host Mind Body Spirit London Wellbeing Festival, one of the quirkiest events in the London entertainment calendar. Home of inspirational events since 1886, we are the top choice of over 1.5 million people each year when looking for stimulating things to do in London.Read More
The Mercure London Kensington Hotel is within walking distance to cultural treasures such as the Natural History Museum, the V&A and the Royal Albert Hall, as well as Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
Fashioned from Nature opens at the V&A in South Kensington
Get in line this weekend for Fashioned from Nature at the V&A, a new exhibition that explores the relationship between fashion and nature.
Book a night stay now and enjoy the weekend in London
Visit London in June, enjoy the Trooping the colour at Buckingham Palace and the Mall.
London celebrates the Queen's official birthday in June with Trooping the Colour, a spectacular military parade in the centre of the city.
Book a night stay now and enjoy London in June.
Complimentary overnight stays to couples who share the same names as the soon-to-be-wed couple – Meghan and Harry
The 4-star Mercure London Kensington and Mercure London Hyde Park are offering complimentary overnight stays to couples who share the same names as the soon-to-be-wed couple – Meghan and Harry.Read More
The Natural History Museum’s magical ice rink is back and better than ever. Experience a truly wintery feeling at this beautiful open air ice rink, fun you and the entire family.
This exciting attraction is a mere thirteen minute walk from the Mercure Kensington Hotel, so stay with us and be sure to visit the Natural History Museum Ice Rink.Read More
from the 17th of November till the 23rd of December, you have plenty of time to take your little ones to visit Santa.
This is the opportunity to give your children a lifetime memory they will never forget, an exciting day out visiting Father Christmas.Read More
This Christmas season, take a stroll through Kensington Gardens to learn all about the many Christmas traditions introduced by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. You’ll be told why the robin features on so many Christmas cards, and where geese were once fattened up for the traditional Christmas dinner.Read More