Distance from hotel to London Gatwick Airport (LGW), 30 miles (48 kms). Distance from hotel to London Heathrow Airport (LHR), 20 miles (32 kms).
Stay in splendour in the heart of central London. Built by the Victorian railway pioneers in 1862, The Grosvenor Hotel Victoria ushered in a Golden Age of travel. Restored to its former glory, this Grade II listed building combines modern luxury, including free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, with unique period features. Enjoy the best of London from the Grosvenor Hotel, located within walking distance of Buckingham Palace.
Grandeur defines every detail at The Grosvenor Hotel, London. This classic London heritage hotel has been transformed following a multi- million pound refurbishment. Expect the finest Victorian architecture coupled with modern detail, right down to music docking stations in the Deluxe Suites.
- Accommodations for Physically Challenged Guests
- Air Conditioning (public areas)
- Banquet Room ($)
- Bars (3)
- Breakfast Rooms (2)
- Business Center
- Coffee Shop
- Conference Rooms (9) ($)
- Dry Cleaning Services ($)
- Facilities for Physically Challenged Guests
- Floors (7)
- Front Desk (24-hour)
- Internet Access (wireless) ($)
- Laundry Services ($)
- Multilingual Staff
- Parking (nearby) ($)
- Restaurants (2)
- Rooms (347)
- Safe Deposit Boxes (front desk)
- Security (24-hour)
• Check-in-time: 4:00 pm Check-out-time: 11:00 am
Early check-in and late checkout on request, and subject to availability.
• Children's age break varies and is subject to change.
Maximum occupancy varies by accommodation and is subject to change.
Standard, Rooms promise something a little special. Modern and luxurious, it's everything you would expect from a top London hotel.
Standard rooms offer a spacious and quiet retreat with luxury comforts, including sumptuous Hypnos bed and Bose iPod docking station.
• Unwind and experience the finest side of London with welcome features as standard, including fast, complimentary BT Wi-fi, mineral water and 32- inch LCD TV with laptop connection.
Deluxe(*), Stunning in every detail, the Deluxe bedrooms are beautifully designed, spacious elegant and quite simply exceptional. Exclusive features you won't find in Standard Twin rooms include complimentary mineral water, a safe large enough to hold a laptop and the extra advantage of a nightly turn down service.
Unwind and experience the finest side of London with welcome features as standard, including fast, complimentary BT Wi-fi and a 32-inch LCD TV.
Executive(*), Expect luxury that goes above and beyond in one of the Executive bedrooms. Exclusive features you won't find in Deluxe Double rooms include extra space to work and relax with a lounge area and sofa.
• You also benefit from the added advantage of a nightly turndown service, fresh flowers and fruit on arrival.
Revive in stunning en-suite bathrooms, which feature under-floor heating, rainfall showers, and, of course, luxurious bathrobes and slippers. You'll also benefit from full access to the Club Lounge, where you can enjoy a freshly cooked breakfast, evening snack and a complimentary bar.
• Modern essentials include a Bose iPod docking station and spacious lounge area.
• Unwind and experience the finest side of London with welcome additions as standard, including fast, free, unlimited BT Wi-Fi and a 32-inch LCD TV.
• Bedding: 1 king bed.
(*) Denotes on request basis only, no allotment given.
All accommodations include: radio, non-smoking accommodations, room service (24-hour), safe (in accommodation), shower/bathtub combination, air conditioning, smoke detector, alarm clock, telephone (with voicemail), coffee/tea maker, television (remote controlled), desk, turndown service, hairdryer, wake-up calls, housekeeping, internet access (wireless): ($), iron, ironing board, mini-bar and room service.
($) Denotes a fee may be charged.
Specific bedding and/or special requests are fulfilled based on availability and cannot always be guaranteed.
Reunion Bar At The Grosvenor Hotel, A bright, welcoming yet intimate space, with views over the bustling station concourse, Reunion offers a wide choice of cocktails and Champagnes. Occupying what was once the first-class lounge, the chic Reunion Bar at The Grosvenor Hotel recalls Victoria Stations historic continental connections. As the name suggests, this is a place to meet up and spend time together, or wind down after a long day in meetings or even to grab a bite to eat. A bright, welcoming yet intimate space, with views over the bustling station concourse, Reunion offers a wide choice of drinks, including the signature cocktails, Champagnes, martinis and non-alcoholic specialities - discover the menu here. An exciting take on traditional bar snacks, they now serve a delicious selection of authentic Dim Sum prepared by the skilled, attentive team from the Cantonese restaurant, Grand Imperial.
The Grosvenor Arms, The Grosvenor Arms, Welcoming and informal, The Grosvenor Arms is open for food, drinks and casual dining, the new menu features classic pub favourites plus a few surprises. Watch live sports and enjoy a pint and a burger or perhaps a glass of pinot and a pizza. The Grosvenor Arms offers break-fast, lunch and dinner, with a special pre theatre menu available between noon and 6:00pm.
The Lounge, Just off the lobby, The Lounge is light, airy and relaxed. The home of the famous Afternoon Tea, the Lounge serves hot and cold drinks and light meals throughout the day. The key position adjacent to Victoria Station, home of Gatwick Express, mainline railway lines, Victoria bus terminals and underground connections, makes The Grosvenor Lounge an unrivalled location to hold meetings and its beautiful Victorian architecture will not fail to impress.
Victorian Afternoon Tea, Afternoon Tea is served in the Lounge from 2:00pm to 6:00pm daily. Whilst living in Woburn Abbey during the nineteenth century, Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, is credited as the first person to have transformed afternoon tea in England into a late-afternoon meal rather than simple refreshment. Here at the Grosvenor Hotel the final jewel in the crown after the multi million pound refurbishment is the classic Victorian tea room which commemorates powerful females from the Victorian era. Portraits adorning the wall are of famous women including the first ever female MP, Nancy Astor, actress Lillie Langtree, political campaigner The Duchess of Devonshire, and the Hotels most famous former guest, the Parisian Courtesan Cora Pearl, who has an opulent Courtesans' Boudoir Suite dedicated to her at the hotel.
Grand Imperial Restaurant, Discover the fine dining restaurant near Buckingham Palace Everything about the new Grand Imperial fine dining restaurant is absolutely authentic, from the artwork and calligraphy to the exquisite Cantonese cuisine prepared by renowned chef and restaurateur Rand Cheung. If you're entertaining clients, or marking a special occasion, Grand Imperial also has a sumptuous private dining room for 20 guests. Open from lunchtime until late every day, Grand Imperial also has its own entrance from Buckingham Palace road.
• Daily English breakfast included.
Tourist Attractions Nearby:
• Houses of Parliament
• Big Ben
• London Eye
• Buckingham Palace
• Westminster Abbey
• Parliament Square