Address61-63 Petersham Road Richmond upon ThamesSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Just upriver from Richmond Bridge, this lovely riverside Georgian town house is an enticing boutique escape from central London, with 15 very stylish and well-presented, art-deco-inspired rooms. Each room takes its name from a poem (the house holds a literary history). Riverside rooms are naturally pricier, but worth it, as roadside rooms – although deliciously devised and double-glazed – look out over busy Petersham Rd.
Further treasures are the excellent restaurant and the lounge bar where some irresistible cocktail mixing takes place.
Our independent authors have visited The Bingham and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Richmond, Kew & Hampton Court.
Description provided by property
A 15-minute walk from Richmond Tube Station and 25 minutes from Kew Gardens, the Bingham features luxurious rooms, some overlooking the River Thames.
Each room at the Bingham Hotel is individually decorated and features a luxurious bathroom, some with whirlpool baths. The elegant rooms have Art Deco inspired furnishings, DVD players and a built-in sound system.
The award-winning Bingham Restaurant serves British cuisine featuring seasonal ingredients. The wine list focuses on exclusive labels. The cocktail bar offers both classic and modern drinks. Light meals and afternoon tea are also available.
Just 25 minutes’ drive from Heathrow Airport and Buckingham Palace, the Bingham Hotel provides easy access to central London and the Richmond area. Richmond Park is a 10-minute drive away and there are 6 golf courses within 15 minutes’ drive.
Please note that this hotel has a strictly non-smoking policy.
Groups: When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
Richmond Bridge Boathouses
Rents out a variety of rowing boats for journeys along the Thames. Half price after the first hour.
This five-span bridge, built in 1777, is London’s oldest surviving crossing and was only widened for traffic in 1937.
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