Boka Hotel

Boka HotelThe Boka hotel, an inexpensive bed and breakfast hotel ideal for the budget conscious traveller or business person. It is centrally located and convenient for all the places of interest. The hotel itself is located in a residential street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Please note that the Boka Hotel caters for the budget traveller and provides basic bed and breakfast facilities. It has 52 rooms. A complimentary cooked breakfast is provided. All rooms have individually controlled heating. The hotel is compliant with current safety standards and holds a current Fire Certificate issued by the lfepa. The hotel is currently trialling Def Guard a device for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing which works in conjunction with the Fire Alarm and also acts as an Alarm Clock, these are in limited supply during trial , please mention on booking if you would require one if available. Please note , as with all of Central London, CAR PARKING IS VERY DIFFICULT . Unfortunately the hotel DOES NOT have PRIVATE PARKING but there are meters nearby and three Pay Car Parks all within five minutes walk of the hotel. If using Pay and Display Parking please read the accompanying notes on the meter! They do vary in areas of London. The Boka is currently undergoing refurbishment to upgrade all the facilities and rooms; this is being carried out section by section so as not to disrupt the guests. Visitors to London may find this webpage useful; it allows you to buy in advance Travel Cards for London Transport. This can be much cheaper than paying for each individual journey. Remember though to save money it may be advisable to purchase a travel card that covers Zones 1 and 2 for travel whilst you are in London and a separate ticket for your journey to and from Heathrow or Gatwick etc as these are on outer zones and you will only need them for your journey to and from the airport. The web address for this is called


Hotel details

General information

Rating : 1 stars
Size : 52 rooms
Currency : GBP


  • Pets Allowed
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Luggage Storage


A credit/debit card is required as a guarantee , no charges are made to this card it is for guarantee purposes only however we will check the card to make sure it is a valid credit/debit card, payment should be made on check in at the Hotel. If the booking is not cancelled outside of the cancellation notice period or you fail to arrive without cancelling, your credit card will be charged for one nights no show charge.

Location & area


33-37 Eardley Crescent, Earls Court, Kensington & Chelsea
SW5 9JT London


Travel information

The Boka Hotel is situated in the central Zone 1, very close to Earls Court Underground Station, served by the District and Piccadilly lines. On leaving the station take the exit marked Warwick Road / Exhibition Exit, turn left out of the exit and then the first road on the right into Eardley Crescent. If travelling from Heathrow Airport to Earls Court Take the Piccadilly Line on the underground from the airport terminals to Earls Court, or if you prefer you can take one of the Hotel Link shuttles, which will drop you at the Hotel for a cost of about 14.00, you can book these at the airport From Gatwick Airport to Earls Court Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria this is approx 11.00 one-way. Then take the District Line (the green colour line on the map) on the underground to Earls Court. From Stansted Airport to Earls Court Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street station this is approx 13.00 one way, then take the Circle line (the yellow colour on the map) on the underground to South Kensington and then get off the train, wait on the same platform for a District Line train (the green colour on the map) and take this to Earls Court. From Luton Airport to Earls Court Take the train from Luton to Kings Cross, this costs approx 11.00 one-way. At Kings Cross transfer to the underground and take the Piccadilly Line (the dark blue colour on the map) to Earls Court. From Waterloo Station to Earls Court At the station get on to the underground, you can take the Jubilee Line (the grey coloured line) to Westminster and then change to the District Line (the green coloured line) and take the District Line to Earls Court.