London Victoria Station was opened in the 1860s to link the West End of London with areas in the South and East of England, such as Brighton and Chatham. It remains a vital transport hub for the South East to this day, and serves millions of passengers annually with its links to the London Underground and Victoria Coach Station, as well as the regularly-running Gatwick Express.
Not only is it the point of arrival for many travellers to London, but the station is also located ten minutes from iconic British attractions, such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, and it sits a stone’s throw from London’s West End theatre district. If you’re catching an award-winning show like Wicked or Hamilton, check into a hotel near London Victoria to top off the experience.
Less than 10 minutes from London Victoria on the District and Circle Lines, the Novotel London Blackfriars’ position between Southbank and City of London is perfect for both business and pleasure.
Choose from Superior or Executive rooms with 32” TV screens, mini bars and media hubs. Rain showers are separated from the rooms with high-tech screens that transform from clear to opaque at the touch of a button. For extra space, book a Suite room which includes a modern and separate, spacious living area.
In between sight-seeing, return to the hotel to enjoy the indoor, heated swimming pool, fitness centre and relaxing sauna. There’s also the fun and funky on-site Jamboree Foodfest and Bar, which serves international cuisine with craft beers and cocktails for you to explore and enjoy.
With the option of a late check-out up to 5PM, you can relax and experience everything London and the Novotel London Blackfriars have to offer.
Catch the circle line from London Victoria to London Paddington and check into the Mercure Hyde Park for a truly extravagant stay in the city.
The boutique style townhouse is located in a peaceful garden square and, with its high ceilings and Victorian style windows, it has a wonderfully whimsical feel. There are king, twin and family rooms available that each overlook the garden square, providing the full London experience for any kind of traveller.
The building might be classically-styled, but the hotel fittings are completely up to date. Enjoy aircon, spa showers, luxurious bedding and interactive TVs in every room. There’s also a fully equipped fitness centre and gym on site, as well as a welcoming bar and restaurant that serves drinks and a range of dishes from breakfast through to late night snacks.
With the stunning and expansive Hype Park just minutes away, a stay at the Mercure Hyde Park is an intrinsically London experience.
The chic and contemporary Ibis Styles London Kensington is just minutes from Earl’s Court Tube Station, making it an easy 10-minute journey from London Victoria on the District Line.
The newly refurbished rooms are bright and minimalist with full air-conditioning, high-speed WIFI and comfortable beds. With double, twin, family and even solo rooms available, every traveller will be able to find a space to suit their needs.
Start the day with an all-inclusive, continental-style breakfast before you head out to nearby attractions, including the Royal Albert Hall, the National History Museum and Kensington Gardens. Pop back in to make use of the mini-gym or to grab a cocktail at the cosy and chic Lobby Bar.
If you’re looking for a luxury hotel near Victoria Station, book your stay at MGallery Victory House. At just 3km from the station, guests can travel to the hotel by car in 17 minutes, or just ten using public transport.
The hotel itself is set inside a heritage site overlooking iconic Leicester Square, amongst many of the city’s iconic theatres, boutiques and fine dining spots – perfect for guests who are looking to indulge.