This Secret Hotel is great value on Victoria’s doorstep. Recently refurbished, each room is fully equipped with every feature needed for a relaxing and comfortable stay, such as a safe, air-conditioning and complementary Internet access. The hotel also offers many great common facilities, available to all guests and all are newly renovated. The hotel’s restaurant serves delicious and quality meals and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the bar is the perfect place to unwind after a full day of sight seeing and activities, offering a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits in a stylish and atmospheric space.
Benefiting from being located in the heart of Victoria, there is much to see and do on the hotel’s doorstep. Victoria is best known for it’s large train, bus and underground station allowing you to travel with ease around the city or even take a day trip elsewhere as well as great links to all of London’s airports, including an express service to Gatwick airport every 15 minutes. Victoria is also home to some of London’s best cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants, such as family run Italian restaurant Il Posto, established in 1892, and serving up mamma’s favourites such as bruschetta, risotto primavera and lasagne. For those after a boogie, Club D’Jan plays a mixture of salsa, House, Garage and tunes from the 80’s and 90’s. Dress code is smart and there’s free entry for those that eat at the adjoined restaurant Le Palme D’Jan.
This vibrant area of London is also a major destination for London’s West End theatre scene. Some of the biggest titles in the West End’s world famous musical productions can be found in Victoria, such as Wicked and Billy Elliot. However if you prefer a more intimate theatre experience there are plenty smaller playhouses featuring original pieces on top of comedy and music clubs, there is something to suit any taste.
Discover London’s rich political history in Westminster, just minutes from the hotel. Visit the Houses of Parliament and the iconic Big Ben for tours of the parliamentary buildings and the Elizabeth Tower; you can even attend public debates and committee hearings to experience British politics first hand. See the sight of Royal Weddings and Coronations since 1066 at Westminster Abbey, where the eyes of the world were focused in recent years for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Enjoy the peaceful and serene atmosphere and stunning stain glass windows and amerce yourself in this living monument of Britain’s proud history.