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An old standby with a great location
The Grosvenor is expensive and a nice splurge in London. It's located right in Victoria Station, so it is perfect if you're seeing shows, going to the Kew, or any tube connection. The Gatwick Express is direct from Victoria to Gatwick and back. The lobby is a throwback to the grand old days of luxury hotels. The high tea is expensive and wonderful -- a real treat. Even if you don't have the high tea, the pots of tea are delicious and the tearoom is very elegant.
Staff service is hit or miss. Some were very friendly and helpful, others less so. We were quite jet lagged when we arrived. The attendant said something about having to notify them the day before in order to get a discount on breakfast, which made no sense to me and in our state of exhaustion just went right over our heads. The next morning when we went to breakfast, of course we didn't get the discount because we hadn'tt "notified" them. Why is this necessary? They were very helpful with directions, printing boarding passes for us, and other services.
Excellent location especially if you know nothing about London. My 7th floor room was quiet and great for sleeping in. You can walk to many tourist locations. We had a great time.
The breakfast was the exact same food every day
Love the location of this hotel Staff are friendly and welcoming Breakfast lovely Rooms are of a high standard
The Grosvenor Hotel is located in the heart of London on Buckingham Palace Road. This luxury hotel is rated four stars for fantastic comfort and a beautiful setting. The building is from 1862 and is a mix of Victorian style with modern lavishness. There are baroque period features, extravagant rooms, and it is the perfect place to stay in London. It is just a small walk to world-famous landmarks and the capital.
The rooms and suites come in all shapes and sizes. There are many amenities available which include: Hypnos beds covered in Egyptian cotton bed linens, which allows guests to fall asleep easily and wake up feeling refreshed. There are plasma screen TVs, international plug sockets and fast, free WiFi. The hotel offers fantastic views of the Buckingham Palace Road and the Palace gardens.
The standard room comes with air conditioning, 32” flat-screen TVs, single bed, free WiFi, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, sparkling mineral water, room safe, tea and coffee making facilities, and use of hotel gym. Accessible Double rooms are spacious, lovely, fitted with pull cord alarms, fully accessible wet room, and more.
Come to the Grosvenor Hotel in London England. It is by far the best place in the world for beautiful settings and serenity. These are landmarks that guests will never forget. Guests are very close to the Queen herself, and there is a tour available as well. Visit St. James’s Park and enjoy some quiet time.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
By bus, it will take you about 1h to get from the Heathrow Airport to the hotel. You can catch the bus from the airport terminal T2 or T3 to the London Victoria Coach Station. The Grosvenor Hotel is only a 5m walk from the bus/train station and is connected to the hotel via an enclosed walkway.
Promoting local tourism, the Grosvenor Hotel offers a package called the London Pass. Guests booking this offer will receive a pass to many of London’s most popular attractions such as Churchill War Rooms, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, Wellington Arch, and the Tower of London. If you’re interested in experiencing European cuisine, you will benefit from the hotel’s food and drink package. In addition to your overnight lodging, you’ll get free breakfast each morning and a dining credit if you’re staying a few nights or more.
Keeping with English customs, afternoon tea is served in the Tea Lounge of the hotel just outside of the grand lobby. Its menu includes a variety of scones, teacakes and finger sandwiches served with cheeses and fruit preserves. Add a cup of classic or sparkling tea to your midday snack. Stop by to enjoy a quiet, relaxing and tranquil ambience.
Staying on the executive floor provides you with access to the executive lounge. The lounge is furnished with leather chairs and tables, as well as a work desk. An assortment of beverages and food is served in the lounge throughout the day. Additionally, there is a gourmet breakfast served with menu items like fresh fruit, muffins, juice, coffee, tea and canapes. Only guests lodging in the executive rooms are allowed in this room.
The hotel is able to accommodate any size group. If you are having a small sales meeting, you can meet in one of its intimate board rooms, which have a capacity of between 6 and 40 guests. For larger conferences or seminars, the hotel has an event space that can seat up to 120 individuals. The hotel will move the furniture around for theater or classroom seating. Additionally, it will supply audio-visual equipment, including projectors, podiums, and a sound system. Catering services are also possible.
The Grosvenor Hotel was built in the late 1800s and has kept much of its old-world charm. Its lobby and stairs feature marble floors and somewhat of a winding staircase. High ceilings, gold foil columns and arched hallways add to its architectural appeal. It is further enhanced with dramatic chandelier lighting and stained-glass windows. Massive, colorful centerpieces are also placed throughout the lobby and hallways of the hotel.
The Clermont London, Victoria is located at 101 Buckingham Palace Road in City of Westminster, 0.9 miles from the center of London. Buckingham Palace is the closest landmark to The Clermont London, Victoria.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Clermont London, Victoria.
No, The Clermont London, Victoria does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Clermont London, Victoria does not offer free parking.
No, The Clermont London, Victoria does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Clermont London, Victoria is 8.4 miles from London City.
No, The Clermont London, Victoria does not have a pool onsite.