The Olympia is an exhibition centre of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship, forging the way as a leading centre for events and conferences in the West Kensington. The venue is home to a range of international trade and consumer exhibits, where culture and heritage come together inspiring everyone who walks through the doors.
To get to the Olympia from our hotel, just walk two minutes to the Earls Court Tube Station (Stop C). Stay on a tube for a few minutes and hop off when you reach Holland Road Kensington Olympia Station (Stop M). The Olympia is just a four minute walk from there then.
Since opening in 1886, the Olympia’s stunning architecture and radiating ambience has drawn millions of visitors from around the world, creating unforgettable settings for events, exhibitions as well as memories.
Kensington Olympia Station:
Kensington (Olympia) is a mix of rail and tube stations between Kensington and West Kensington on the border of West and Central London. The station was first opened by West London Railway in May 1844 and appeared on the first ‘London Underground’ map in 1908. Brought to you by the London Overground, this facilities offers passengers the option of merging Overground and Underground transport.
To get to Kensington Olympia Station from our hotel, just walk two minutes to the Earls Court Tube Station (Stop C). Stay on a tube for a few minutes and hop off when you reach Holland Road Kensington Olympia Station (Stop M). Kensington Olympia Station is just a four minute walk from there, situated next door to the Olympia Exhibition Centre.
The station’s name is drawn from its location in Kensington, next to the Olympia Exhibition Centre. However, the stations appears in some Rail maps and National Timetables as “Kensington Olympia” while being “Kensington (Olympia)” on London Underground and Overground Maps and Station signage. Additionally to this, on automated announcements the station is referred to as “Olympia”, so be sure not to be startled by these variations.