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St Georges Hotel , Victoria, London

St Georges Hotel
25 Belgrave Road
Victoria
London

SW1V 1RB | View map

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The St George's Hotel is an ideal place for leisure and business travelers. Superbly located in the heart of London, near fashionable Belgravia. The hotel is an elegant 19th century building and is conveniently situated only 2 minutes from Pimlico Tube Station (Victoria Line) and 5 minutes walk of Victoria Rail, Tube and Coach stations, which have good transport links from the major airports: Heathrow, Gatwick - via Gatwick Express, Stansted and Luton.The St George's hotel is within walking distances of famous landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, London Eye, Beautiful Royal Parks and many more. Great shopping and eating places, London's Theatreland, Tower Bridge, numerous museums, Art Galleries and the West End are all within easy reach.The St George's Hotel is a listed member of the RAC rated 2 diamond.

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