Accommodation in Victoria, London
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A Hotel in Victoria, London
Buckingham Palace Road
Accommodation Description:From: £88.08
A historic, yet elegant Victorian hotel adjacent to Victoria mainline railway station with its national rail and Gatwick Airport links. Londons famous landmarks, such as Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and Knightsbridge are within easy walking distance. The Grosvenor boasts a recently refurbished bar and lounge area with restaurant service provided by the nationally renowned Chez Gerard
With 357 well appointed bedrooms, the hotel offers a traditional atmosphere with friendly attentive service.
Accommodation Rating: 4* Self assessed
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
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 - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Blewcoat School - 0.4 miles (Historic Building)
Wellington Arch - 0.4 miles (Historic Building)
Clarence House - 0.5 miles (Historic Building)
Apsley House - 0.5 miles (Historic House)
St James Palace - 0.5 miles (Historic Building)
Spencer House - 0.7 miles (Historic Building)
Holy Trinity, Sloane Street - 0.7 miles (Historic Church)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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