With a stay at Belgrave House Hotel in London (Victoria), you'll be minutes from Apollo Victoria Theatre and Victoria Palace Theatre. This hotel is close to Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.
Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Continental breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
the location so close to the train and bus stations was fantastic, especially for the price.
it was very noisy, and the rooms & shared bathroom were unclean, with mould on the shower and what appeared to be blood on the walls.
its location was good for transport links, was friendly staff and easy to get to
Low price and good location
Radiator heat on full blast and no way to adjust it. Had to open window .. not eco and giving hotel higher costs and me uncomfortable nights.
The price and close proximity to the theatre
Radiator was full on in the room for 24 hours - far too hot. Room was on second floor and no lift. Had to go down a flight of stairs to the toilet. shower was in the corner of the room with laminate floor and no bath mat. No tea/coffee making facilities in room. Terrible old pillows, no support. single ceiling light with switch by the door.
it was unsecure, filthy and cold. Also the check out time was 1030
Spacious room, light and airy. Helpful reception staff. Very convenient location, right near Victoria Coach and Train stations.
No kettle or tea making facility in room. Bathroom tiny and in desperate need of refurbishment (though in fairness, there was always plenty of hot water).
Reception area and staff and location
Room furnishing no tea and coffee. Tv no real reception and was a bit dirty in the room.
Value for money, convenient location
Too many stairs, no lift, bathroom too small, bed made back hurt, no a/c
it is unfit to be listed as a hotel
Hotle was close to underground and easy to find.
Mattress on bed was possibly the worst i have ever lay on, you could feel every spring coming through. Breakfast was only one cereal and no choice of bread for toast. Cornflakes and white bread was it!