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Hotels in Victoria London

A bustling tourist and transit district in the center of London, Victoria is convenient to most of the city’s greatest attractions, theatre and nightlife. You’ll find few quiet corners here, but it’s an ideal location for first-time London visitors on a budget.


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easyHotel Victoria
36-40 Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 1RG
A cheery but bare bones kind of place (additional towels cost £1 each, housekeeping/linen change is £10 day), each small room is ensuite and can accommodate two people. Room choices include more/less space and with/without a window, and there is no elevator. Though the neighborhood is full of amenities, he only on-site food is from a well-stocked vending machine.

Best Western Corona Hotel
85-89 Belgrave Road, Victoria, London, SW1V 2BQ
Attempts have been made to cheer up this small, cookie-cutter budget hotel, and a decent-sized breakfast included with your room rate helps to sweeten the pot.

Victoria Inn London
65-67 Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 2BG
This hotel is all about convenience and cleanliness, rather than decor; even updated, this hotel seems a bit faded. However, it does have an elevator to all of its 43 rooms, service can be warm and friendly, and continental breakfast is included.

Astors Hotel
100-112 Ebury Street, Victoria, London, SW1W 9QD
All small, cozy guest rooms (twin, single and double) are updated and ensuite, and continental breakfast is included. Views are generally of high-end Ebury Street, and the hotel is surrounded by wine bars, pubs, restaurants and cafés.

Central House Hotel
39 Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 2BB
The hotel’s three townhouses offer bright, updated ensuite rooms, and there’s a breakfast room in the central basement; the meal is included. Be sure to ask for a non-basement level room to avoid noise.

The Grosvenor
101 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0SJ
With 357 guest rooms (140 of which are executive level, plus two suites), there’s room for everyone. That said, standard rooms, though outfitted with comfortable beds, are especially small and simply furnished. There’s 24-hour room service here, as well as a cheery brasserie, a cozy lounge that serves afternoon tea, and an elegant Cantonese restaurant.

Holiday Inn Express London Victoria
106 – 110 Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 2BJ
A Georgian hotel with a fully renovated interior, featuring 52 simply furnished guest rooms; none have air conditioning. The elevator is only large enough to take two people at a time. so be prepared to walk a few flights of stairs now and again. Continental breakfast is complimentary in the bright, friendly breakfast room, and there’s a small bar in the lobby.

The Rubens at the Palace
39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PS
One block from Buckingham Palace, this updated but still traditional 1911 landmark features 143 rooms, 10 suites and 8 “royal rooms”; all have a different design, and the latter are lavishly inspired by different monarchs. Service is king here, and there’s even a dedicated pet concierge. British cuisine is found at two on-site restaurants (including a carvery buffet), the two bars feature whisky and champagne, respectively, and there’s a gilded lounge designed for afternoon tea.


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