Belgravia Rooms London provides affordable accommodation close to Victoria Station and Buckingham Palace.
Belgravia Rooms London provides budget accommodation in Victoria. You have a choice of staying in a private room with private bathroom facilities, or staying in a dormitory with shared bathroom facilities to save a little extra money. Belgravia Rooms London has several facilities, including luggage storage, security lockers and a laundry service. You will also find tea and coffee making facilities in your room and the hotel also offers a breakfast to prepare you for a long day exploring London.
London Belgravia Rooms is an old style hotel located close to Victoria Underground Station, providing excellent transport routes around London. Several of London's top attractions are within walking distance, including Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. London Belgravia Rooms is located on Ebury Street, where the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his first symphony in 1764 - a Blue Plaque can be seen number 180 commemorating this musical landmark.
There are a number of language schools just a short walk from Belgravia Rooms London London, such as Frances King Victoria Centre and Victoria School of English. Universities are also easily accessible from the hotel, with London School of Economics and King's College London both within a ten minute journey (4 stops on Circle Line).
Victoria is the nearest station to Belgravia Rooms London, situated in Zone 1. A short trip on either the Circle or District lines will take you to some of London's finest museums in South Kensington, such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Science Museum and National History Museum (2 stops).
The central location of Belgravia Rooms London enables you to take easy trips to some of London's most famous landmarks, including Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, both of which are within walking distance of the hotel.
Wireless Internet Access
Tea & Coffee
Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
24 Hour Reception
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