Accommodation in Victoria, London
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A Hotel in Victoria, London
101 Buckingham Palace Road
Accommodation Description:From: £49.50
The Grosvenor (formerly Thistle Victoria) is adjacent to Victoria mainline railway station, within walking distance of many of London's famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament and close to the nightlife and shopping areas of the city. This elegant and spacious Victorian hotel has 357 bedrooms, all of which have high-speed internet access. The hotel also features a restaurant, lounge and bar which serve a variety of drinks, light refreshments and meals
Accommodation Rating: 4 (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Buckingham Palace and the Queens Gallery - 0.2 miles (Historic House)
Westminster Cathedral - 0.3 miles (Cathedral)
Guards Museum - 0.4 miles (Museum)
Blewcoat School - 0.4 miles (Historic Building)
Wellington Arch - 0.5 miles (Historic Building)
Holy Trinity, Sloane Street - 0.6 miles (Historic Church)
Apsley House - 0.6 miles (Historic House)
Clarence House - 0.6 miles (Historic Building)
Saatchi Gallery - 0.7 miles (Museum)
St James Palace - 0.7 miles (Historic Building)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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