This gorgeous five star hotel boarding the luxurious neighbourhood of Belgravia combines elegant design with the latest in technology. Guest Rooms benefit from 3D television and DVD library, iPad, free local phone calls, Nespresso coffee and free high speed internet access- perfect for gadget geeks or those working away on business. Enjoy the comfy beds with sumptuous duvets, under-floor heating and climate control to ensure your optimum environment. Staff are friendly and attentive, offering room service, daily housekeeping and a 24 hour reception. We hope you enjoy your stay at ‘Elegant & high-tech hotel near Victoria – 5 star – London’.
Victoria is a bustling area with a main train station, and any guests travelling to and from this hotel by rail will certainly benefit from it’s proximity. Both the musical smash hits Billy Elliot and Wicked are shown here and make for a wonderful treat for a special occasion. They are both family friendly, and with matinee performances available you won’t need to worry about a late finish. With catchy songs and mind blowing set design, a trip to any of the West End shows is truly magical and an absolute must when visiting the capital. There’s plenty of great restaurants in the area, from your favourite chains such as Pizza Express and Wasabi to the Michelin-starred Quilon which serves up innovative Indian cuisine specialising in seafood and fish.
London is a haven for shopaholics and whichever corner of the city you find youreself in, great shopping is sure to follow. Victoria benefits from two major shopping centres, Victoria Place and Cardinal Place, the latter includes Marks and Spencers and Topshop. For a larger variety, simply hop on the Victoria line to Oxford Circus. This short ten minute journey will see you in the thick of London’s best shopping including Hamley’s toy store, the Nike flagship store and a wealth of department stores including House of Fraser, Liberty’s and Selfridges.
Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament are a short walk from Victoria, where you can take a tour or simply gaze at these historic buildings from the outside. The tour is a must for history boffs, where you can stand where Guy Fawkes and King Charles I were tried in the Westminster Hall. Children will love the impressive chimes of Big Ben whilst romantics will adore the views of London’s South Bank. If the weather permits, walking the stretch of the river makes for a lovely afternoon, where you can take in the sights of the Shard, the London Eye, St.Paul’s Cathedral and Tower Bridge.