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Victoria Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is a small hotel, with small rooms, but efficiently run. The location is good, near Victoria Station. A bit noisy at night. I kept hitting my knee on the corner of the bed when walking, because of the room size, but the bed was of good size for a couple. We chose the bigger room option, which was small anyway. The breakfast room is small, and the breakfast options very limited. It was not a pleasant breakfast area, located in the underground, stuffy and noisy.

Stayed at many hotel in this area and in this price range this is by far the best one highly recommend room clean nice and friendly staff they just seemed to want to help when I need a room again in this area I will check price and availability

This hotel is ok, not terrible and not great, it’s in a good location, about a five min walk to the nearest tube station (Pimlico). We stayed on the top floor and The room was tiny but in a cute way, small ceiling height and very compact but everything you need from a room, we stayed as a couple but were put in a triple room and I can’t imagine that being an enjoyable experience with three people in that room. Would complain we only had one pillow each with no spares anywhere. The shower was difficult at best it was either scolding hot with good pressure or Luke warm with hardly any pressure, I couldn’t find a happy medium. Breakfast isn’t great few croissants and buns and the coffee machine literally puts a mouth full of coffee into the cups, doesn’t even fill the mug half way- very strange. If you’re here for a holiday I’d go off and find a cafe to have breakfast in instead. The staff were polite. However upon checking out we came across the lady cleaning the rooms and she was dragging huge bags of linen and cleaning products in and out of the lift and up and down stairs, surely management could provide this poor lady with a trolley to put these on? She had about 10 bags. As we were on the top floor we found some steps going up to the roof of the hotel, not sure you’re allowed up here but we had a nosey anyway and would recommend the views were great- you could see the London eye etc; take care though as it isn’t very safe up there. Wouldn’t stay here again- we paid £189 for the night and could definitely have got better else where for the price, especially a cooked breakfast. But overall it is ok.

Room 34 & 3 Both triple rooms but very small. One window each room to back of building. Hairdryer in 34 didn’t work. Shower water pressure was excellent. Beds were double and a twin. Old mattresses. Good location with nice Italian food close by. Breakfast at hotel was just ok.

Stayed her for 1 night on 22nd April in a single room. Yes rooms are very small but for 1 night and for price I paid (£45) with free continental breakfast I had no complaints. My room was immaculately clean. Friendly reception staff too. Self service breakfast - toast, scrambled eggs, slices of cheese, fruit salad (tinned variety) yoghurts, croissants and fresh juice along with hot drinks. As a solo traveller I felt very safe in this hotel. If you don't mind small spaces then would definetly recommend Victoria Inn. I'll be visiting again.

Just returned from an overnight stop in London and stayed in a double room at the Victoria Inn at 65 -67 Belgrave Road. The hotel is well located, has quite a pleasant frontage but once inside it is like a rabbit warren with passages, doors and stairs everywhere. Signage was poor, trying to find the breakfast area was a case of following your nose! Once there it was very disappointing, no cooked breakfast only scrambled eggs, I do prefer a full English buffet style breakfast, even if there is an extra cost. The walls of the room I stayed in were very poorly soundproofed, I could hear every sound of the person in the next room(from 06:20 until he left around 07:30.) The bathroom was very tired and needed an urgent refresh. To use the toilet was almost impossible because of its closeness to the wall, door and toilet roll holder, also the toilet seat was loose. The en-suit door was very narrow and actually fouled with the radiator behind the door which stopped the door opening correctly, no good for anyone who is clostraphobic. However, there were plenty of clean towels, coffee, tea, in general the room was reasonably clean and I suppose £109 per night for a three star hotels is what it is. However, I have stayed in London on many occasions and can only compare with my past experiences, there are better hotels for the price. Apologies to the Victoria Inn but I did expect better.

Only a 10 minute stroll from Victoria train station we were greated by a very smiley receptionist who told us briefly about the room and area and checked us in quickly we had a small double room for the weekend which was clean comfortable and modern lovely bed TV kettle and en-suite shower room.downstairs in the basement level is where you have breakfast and plenty available coffee, tea, juice , cereal, toast, pastry's , fruit, etc in a clean modern dining room the hotel also has a courtyard. The staff were very friendly and polite.we would come back again.

Stayed at this hotel for two nights while in London to go to see a show. I would stay here again. The location was perfect for me and the rooms were clean , beds were comfortable and I found the staff friendly. I had a problem with the shower but it was sorted straightaway when I complained about it. I would recommend this hotel to stay in when visiting London.

The decor of the room was pleasant as was the cleanliness of the room and the bathroom. The room fare was decent considering the location but I have a couple of complaints. Firstly, the smell of my room was disgusting (I can only describe it as cheesy feet). Secondly, the breakfast was very disappointing. Why cater for more than you can accommodate? People were queuing outside the door and I was in a rush so had to go elsewhere. Lastly, the man on reception was useless (15 minute wait on a taxi) come on we were in the centre of London, he rang one cab company. I would not recommend this hotel unless you are going on a night out in London and want somewhere half decent to stay. I am not one to usually complain but with all the choice on that road of hotels I picked wrong.

While the room, at a quick first glance, before leaving Again for an evening of sight seeing around the capital, was wonderful and very pleasant, upon our return was when we hit some issues. Firstly, when we arrived back at the hotel at approx midnight we found that our 4th floor room was very warm, to our delight we found an air con unit. Unfortunately this did not work, as we were unsure whether maybe we just couldn’t work it we phoned down to reception and the gentleman was more than happy to come up and help us to try and fix it. He tried to get it working with no luck, he even switched the fuse box off and on again to no avail, he apologised profusely for this and said he would report it and then left. Then upon pulling the duvet back we found 2 large brown stains in the middle of our bedding, and several smaller stains on the outside edge, by this point we just wanted to get into bed after a long day exploring London and did not want to call someone to complain! When checking out I mentioned this to the lady at reception who replied with a question as to why we didn’t complain last night and ask for it to be changed. As it was midnight the last thing we wanted was for someone to come in to our room and start changing bedding!! The lady made me feel as though it was OUR fault that the bedding was dirty! And it was OUR fault that we had not complained and asked for it to be changed at midnight! All of this in front of a packed reception of guests!! Whilst we appreciate that the price of the hotel is very reasonable, I feel that clean bedding is a basic need for any hotel, and then to be made to feel as though we were at fault is poor customer service I thought I would send an email to the hotel manager explaining the issues we had and ask for a part refund due to a hotel not meeting basic standards of cleanliness and he was just as rude as his reception staff Again blaming us that we hadn’t complained on the night and even then proceeded to tell me the stained bedding wasn’t a bed sheet it was the mattress protector so we didn’t even have a bed sheet!! If you expect a basic standard of cleanliness and customer service avoid at all costs.

65-67 Belgrave Road London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Victoria Palace Theatre and Tate Britain
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in City of Westminster, Victoria Inn is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Victoria Palace Theatre and Tate Britain. This 43-room, 3-star guesthouse has conveniences like free breakfast, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central London, the guesthouse is also near Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

The 43 accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Coffee makers, phones, and desks are other standard amenities.


Property features

At Victoria Inn, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and a terrace. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Room

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

56.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 859 reviews