The St Mark hotel is located less than a mile from Olympia London Exhibition centre. Many exhibitors and visitors of both venues come back and stay at the The St Mark hotel year after year.

See what’s on and then contact us to book a room.

The St Mark Hotel is ideally located if you are visiting Olympia London for an exhibition, conference, for live music or a special event. And remember, we have our own private parking for twenty cars located outside the congestion charge zone area.

Enjoy the many cafés, restaurants and bars of Earl’s Court; the nearby museums of South Kensington (Natural History Museum); shop in Knightsbridge (Harrods, Harvey Nichols); a West End Show or visit a famous landmark (Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Downing Street, London Eye) all accessible in minutes by tube, bus or taxi from the St Mark Hotel.

Leighton House Museum

The lavishly decorated home of Frederic, Lord Leighton, artist of the late Victorian Aesthetic Movement, full of his collection of paintings and sculpture.

Linley-Sambourne House

A Victorian house, home of the cartoonist Edward Linley–Sambourne and his family, preserved since 1890 with the original internal decoration and furnishing.

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is one of three large museums on Exhibition Road near London Earls Court. It opened in 1881.This museum is famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons, and ornate architecture.
It takes about 20 minutes by foot from the St Mark Hotel to the Natural History Museum
Address: Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD
Phone: 020 7942 5000

Victoria and Albert Museum

A world class museum of art and design.

Brompton Oratory

Roman Catholic church founded by Cardinal Newman, built in Renaissance and Roman Baroque style, consecrated in 1884.

Royal Albert Hall

Concert hall from 1871. Home to the Promenade Concerts.

Albert Memorial

Erected by Queen Victoria in 1872 in memory of her beloved consort.

Stamford Bridge Stadium

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium, which is used as the Chelsea football club' home. It is located in the London west near London Earl’s Court. Stamford Bridge officially opened in 1877 and Chelsea Football Club moved into the new Stamford Bridge stadium in 1905. The capacity was originally planned to be around 100,000 and was the second largest in country behind Crystal Palace venue.
Stamford Bridge is only 2 stops from the St Mark Hotel. You can take the District Line from Earls Court Station to Fulham Broadway staion. Head east on Fulham Rd toward Waterford Rd from Fulham Broadway station, and turn left at Britannia Rd, and then Turn right, the stadium of Chelsea Football Club will be on the left.
Address: Fulham Rd, London SW6 1HS

Brompton Cemetery

Opened in 1840, with over 35,000 monuments, many of famous persons, a long avenue and a chapel based on the design of St. Peter’s in Rome.

Westfield Shopping Centre

It is said to be London’s largest shopping centre and the largest urban area indoor shopping centre in the European Union. The centre opened to the public on 30 October 2008. This centre contains around 255 stores, including the VUE cinema, Dorothy Perkins, Dwell, French Connection, Apple, House of Fraser, and NatWest banks.
It takes about 15 minutes by tube from the Earls Court station to Westfield Shopping Centre
Address: 4006, Ariel Way, London W12 7GF
Phone:020 3371 2300

Portobello Road Market

Antiques and everything else!