Although it was built in the Georgian style, the Kings Arms Hotel has its origins even earlier, dating back to 1709 when Queen Anne sat on the throne. Today it is a charming, fourteen-bedroom boutique hotel, overlooking Hampton Court Palace on one side, and Bushy Park, the second largest of London’s Royal Parks, on the other. Every room is different in shape, size and design, so you have plenty of choice to find one that suits you. Whichever room you choose, you’ll find your stay with us a memorable one. Read more 


The land where the Kings Arms Hotel stands today is of special interest. It is the only grant of land made by the Manor Court during the Commonwealth Period when England was ruled as a republic and Oliver, then Richard Cromwell were in power. The first building was originally named the Queen’s Head, perhaps in honour of Queen Anne the last of the Stuarts. However, by 1772, when mad King George the third sat on the throne, it had changed gender to the Kings Arms, and become a coaching Inn. Read more 


Step out of the door of the hotel and Hampton Court Palace is right there. Discover the intriguing history of King Henry VIII’s Palace, wander around the stunning gardens, get lost in the maze and let the kids run around the Magic Garden. It’s a wonderful place to visit for all of the family. We are fortunate enough to be neighbours!

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