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Getting from Heathrow to Olympia Hilton Kensington

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Is this the best way?
You can make the journey step-free from LHR. Take any Piccadilly line train from any of the three stations at Heathrow and alight at Hammersmith, where there is a lift up from the train platform to the ticket hall.
Make your way to the bus station (again via lift or escalator) and from stop F take any of the numbers 9 towards Aldwych, 10 towards King's Cross or 27 towards Chalk Farm. Alight at Kensington Olympia for the hotel. tfl.gov.uk/tfl/…hammersmith-2109.pdf

District line trains run from Olympia to Earl's Court but they're infrequent. Buses along Kensington High Street towards Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner are a good adjunct to the Underground. The C1 runs to Earl's Court if you want a quick connection to the District or Piccadilly lines. tfl.gov.uk/tfl/…kensingtonolympia-2145.pdf

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