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Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, London, SE1 7UT, United Kingdom
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20 Lavington Street, Southwark, London, SE1 0NZ, United Kingdom
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30 Leinster Gardens, Bayswater, Westminster, London, W2 3AN, United Kingdom
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24 Queensgate, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW7 5JE, United Kingdom
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49 Shooters Hill , Greenwich, London, SE18 3RL, United Kingdom
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Renowned for its fashion, art and theatre scenes, the majestic city of London needs little introduction. A visit here offers museums of every kind, shopping in ramshackle markets, cutting-edge boutiques and luxury department stores, along with an endless range of international cuisine to enjoy.
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Make sure you visit fashionable Notting Hill and its colourful Portobello Market, pay a visit to the elegant West End entertainment district and shop till you drop on the famous Oxford Street. The city’s museums and galleries are among the best in the world and so are its restaurants and clubs! The famous London tube connects the city’s many sights and travelling on the Underground is an experience in itself.
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“Everything (Location, Rooms, Service ) was such great !”
“A great Location for freelance consultants, with overall service, affordable price range.”
“just 2mins from the underground and the shopping center. really clean room, helpful staff.”
“The double room was lovely and had all the facilities needed. Found the stay to be so relaxing and the staff were so helpful and accommodating. Stayed 28th January 2015”
“Nice hotel with great location”
“Everything was great. The location and rooms were very nice.”
“the hotel is very modern huge rooms and very comfortable. access to the public transportation is quick and convenience good value to price”
“Everything, except the coffee!”
“You're made to feel special from the moment you enter The Savoy... if that iconic courtyard entrance doesn't put a smile on your face then something must be amiss within you! We encountered wonderful staff at every turn, from the amazing waiters in The Savoy Grill (Gordon Ramsey should be proud of his staff here... such delicious & excellent food... scallops to die for & a divine pistachio soufflé for me! This was a birthday meal & it was made very special with extra little touches that really meant a lot to us... impeccable presentation, great choice on the menu & a smile on every face... quite simply, perfection!); The Savoy lobby, as expected, is pure luxury with even a coal fire burning in one corner !!! plush armchairs & comfortable sofas, marble columns & luxury as far as the eye can see; the Lobby leads onto the beautiful Thames Foyer (a kind of garden room where afternoon tea & breakfasts are served)... with the famous Savoy Tea (and chocolate) shop to one side... simply beautiful! Savoy staff were on hand to assist with our every need from check-in to room service, to a simple chat or hailing a taxi from the oh-so-smart & handsome doormen! Our room was upgraded to a Deluxe due to my birthday celebrations & was absolutely stunning with gorgeous drapes, massive kingsize bed, marble bathroom with fabulous toiletries (amazing shower, the size of any other ordinary hotel's entire bathroom!)... A stay here is more an experience than just a bed for the night! Simply can't praise it highly enough! Will definitely be back soon!”
“I loved the furniture & privacy Rules of afternoon tea ( still very traditional)”
“The utmost comfort in every aspects of my stay. A special "thank you" to Vanessa at the Front Desk for her commitment and help.”
“Excellent location, great staff, nice rooms. Please bare in mind that the rooms are tiny and this is not the place you choose if you want to be able to just stay in.However they are comfortable and have all you need.”
“The couldn't rate this hotel any higher. The decor gave it a real modern hipster feel and as soon as you enter the building you feel the hustle and bustle of Shoreditch, with a elegant feel too it. Staff are very friendly, the whole system of fee breakfast (although only muesli and juice) is brilliant and just shows the efficiency of the hotel and it's staff. Our room was what I loved the most, the bed was practically the same size as the room and the set out and style was simply incomparable. If you are staying in the area or even if you have to go out of your way I would recommend visiting, you won't regret it. Excellent value for money and overall unbeatable customer service. Tip - Red dog saloon is a 4 minute walk away from the Hoxton hotel, a must!!!”
“I was visiting an exhibition at Excel London and the hotel is two seconds from it. The staff were extra nice, the room was clean and comfortable. 20 min from the city centre by dlr and underground. Perfect for my stay”
“The interior, the views of St. Paul and Canary Wharf, the cleanliness and the staff's friendliness.”
“Comfortable, quiet and well located for The City and central london, plus good access to London Fields/Victoria Park, it's not a destination hotel by any means, but was all perfectly acceptable, especially for the price.”
“The location was very good, close to Victoria station. Our room was cleaned every day and the staff was helpful. Taking into consideration the average price of London central accommodation, Vegas hotel has very good value for the money.”
“The place has a good location - 5 minutes from the train station (with frequent trains to Victoria and London Bridge), also plenty of supermarkets and fast food restaurants nearby. Our room had a TV, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and an iron. So basically everything you could need. We liked that we could cook our own breakfast whenever we wanted using all the stuff that was provided by the hotel. The staff was also supernice.”
“This is my first time in Park Plaza brand hotel.The Park Plaza Victoria London is higher than my expectation. It locates near the Victoria Station, which you can take London underground and national railway service. With the Victoria line, you can commute to the central London and many other famous attractions in London.”
“Staff was very kind and helpful, room and bathroom were clean, kitchen has everthing you need, free wifi and just 5 min. walk to Walthamstaw Central tube station(zone 3, Victoria line). Bus stop is also in front of the hotel but we didn't need since it was just 20 min. to London by using tube.Highly recommended. Would definitely come back again!”
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