Hanover Hotel Victoria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHanover Hotel Victoria London
Pleasant hotel with nice vintage touches. I stayed in the two double bedroom apartment which would fit 4 people. Great bonuses such as the free WiFi and continental breakfast, right in the heart of London. This hotel is 8 minutes walk, from to Victoria station which is a plus. Friendly staff and a comfortable place to stay. Genuinely a good hotel, what you would expect to see in a London hotel. I would recommend staying here again.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hanover Hotel Victoria London
Great room for the price...
If you are looking for the type of room you may be used to in the states, this hotel is NOT for you. But if you want a good, clean hotel and room, great staff with good location this fills the bill. Rooms are small, as is lobby. But I would return to this hotel and at the cost (40 incl VAT) for a single, it's a grat deal for tourists!!!!
The room was a decent size and is relatively clean. The hotel has steep and narrow stairs so be sure to ask for a lower floor room. Our room was on the 4th floor (83 stairs) to get to.The location is relatively convenient to Victoria Station, Big Ben etc. The staff is stern and be aware of the telephone charges, they are ridulously high.
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Today was my first full day in the United Kingdom, and
after what I experienced yesterday I am was egar to discover more of this
vibrant city. The accommodation choosen to stay at, was the 'Hanover Hotel Victoria.'
We had stayed in, a quadruple room that would suit a school group (split) or
small family. It cost on average 170 …
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