The family-run Chester Hotel London is a compact little hotel a few minutes' walk from Victoria railway station. The rooms have all been cheerfully decorated in a contemporary style with nice fabrics and furnishings and all of the amenities one would expect to find in a hotel.
Not only does the hotel have great transport links, but it is situated in the very centre of London, making it ideal for a sightseeing holiday or even business trips. Buckingham Palace and the City of Westminster with the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey are all within walking distance and Hyde Park, Kensington Palace and Gardens, Covent Garden and the West End are all in the general area, just short tube rides away. The nearest tube station, Victoria, takes about 5 minutes to walk to and is serviced by the Victoria, District and Circle Lines, providing easy access to the rest of the city. Victoria is also a National Rail station, giving guests immediate access to the rest of the country. The area is also a hotspot for restaurants, where visitors can try a different style of cuisine every night of the week.
Victoria, central London. Nearest tube station is Victoria (on the Victoria, District and Circle Lines), which is also the closest train station, providing National Rail services.
ensuite - tea and coffee making facilities - television - room service
Guests arriving through either of the city's main airports will find the journey into the city centre fairly simple. The Heathrow Express takes just 15 minutes and arrives at Paddington station, whilst the Gatwick Express takes 30 and arrives at Victoria. Guests arriving at Paddington need only to take the Circle Line through to Victoria. From here the hotel is a short walk south along Vauxhall Bridge Road. Guests should turn right on to Upper Tachbrook Street and then right again on to Longmoore Street where they will find the hotel. Alternatively taxis are available at any of the city's airports and railway stations.
Guests arriving by vehicle should follow directions for Hyde Park, central London. On arriving at Hyde Park, guests should head for the south-east exit on the Knightsbridge Road, turning on to Grosvenor Place, followed by Lower Grossvenor Place and subsequently Bressenden Place. Guests should then find themselves outside of Victoria station and can make their way to the hotel as above.