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King William IV
111 Grosvenor Road

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Traditional English pub that started life as a coaching inn over two hundred years ago, it is now a friendly and warm English pub with a long history of offering the weary traveller a comfortable bed and pleasant drink and meal.The King William IV is sat alongside the river Thames between Chelsea Bridge and Vauxhall Bridge with breathtaking views of the river Thames and the iconic Battersea Power Station.The King William is Minutes away from Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Leicester Square and covent garden, with excellent transport links to other parts of london.All rooms are recently modernised and include wooden floors with Flat screen state of the art Televisions. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with powerful showers (As of 11th December 2008 the showers have undergone complete overhaul and now provide excellent pressure and hot water 24/7).We regret to inform our guests that we currently are only able to accept cash or cheque payments. We hope to accept card payments again soon.

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