Hotel Westminster is an excellent choice for travelers visiting London, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as Covent Garden (1.6 mi) and The View from The Shard (2.6 mi) make Hotel Westminster a great place to stay when visiting London.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Hotel Westminster, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
While in London, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Westminster Hotel, including Restaurant Gordon Ramsay (1.0 mi), Sexy Fish (1.1 mi), and Zuma London (1.0 mi).
Should time allow, Coca-Cola London Eye, Churchill War Rooms, and Westminster Abbey are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in London!
I looked up the property while looking at the places I had to get to for work during a brief visit to London. Let me be honest, Excellent Property and Similar Comments do not truly outline what's the real stand-out aspect of the hotel. Here are some helpful tips to fellow travelers- Pros: 1. I'd say it is conveniently located in the city but still an easy 60-70 mins drive from the airport. Certainly a good pick if your trip is not going to be within the 4 walls- plus you believe in exploring the neighborhood/ city 2. Great breakfast buffet 3. Friendly and Courteous staff; had some issue and within a few minutes I was upgraded to a better room! 4. Decent bar, loved some live music and my gin-tonic, followed by whiskey The value for money is truly justified- the neighborhood, the entire ambience, the breakfast buffet, the bar, the location, the staff! Cons: 1. The standard rooms that face the loft/ not facing the streets- are too dark. I somehow don't like the feel 2. Bar could get a bit noisy on certain days- however, you could sip a few more and feel at home :) Hope this helps.…
Overall service was excellent. Breakfast was really really good so much choice everything u could want .excellent location close to everything.only fault was very hard bed we stayed in superior king room pillows were good but bed so hard
My son and I stayed in London in July of 2008 and had a horrible experience at this hotel. The room was what we wanted, two singles with bath, but the thirsd night the air conditioner started leaking on the night stand between us. I called the desk and they said they would have it fixed the next day. Put a bucket with a towel between us and caught the drip. The next night we came to the room and found the air was off. When we turned it on it started leaking. I called and asked for another room. None available. Would fix the next day. Next day not fixed, no rooms, I asked for a refund for the two nights without air and was told we would get one when we checked out. They sent up a fan, and opened the window to the noise of a busy street. Finally after three nights of no sleep we got a new room. No refund when we checked out and Quality Hotels through whom I booked the reservation in US was no help. Offered a free night in the US. London Hotel was $200 a night. Will never stay at a quality hotel again or anyone affiliated with them. Visa would not help, because it was out of US.…
Nice hotel, great room, great service! Will come back!
First tip for staying in London that we pass along to all our friends is: If your going to purchase a London Travel Card (allowing you to use the buses, tubes etc.) only make the purchase for Zone 1. You can purchase a card that will cover the entire city or only certain sections, but as we’ve learned from previous trips, Zone 1 is where ALL the major tourist attractions are located. Don’t make the mistake of buying a more expensive travel card than what you really need. We had no concerns in booking with this hotel. It is part of the Comfort/Quality Inn chain of hotels. It is very close to the Victoria Train/Tube station and within easy walking distance of Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Horse Guards, Thames, London Eye, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square etc. Last time we were in London we stayed at the Quality Inn Kensington. It was a wonderful facility but decided that this time, to be closer to the main attractions. Therefore we choose this hotel for location and price. You get what you pay for in this expensive city. Other then the lobby, which looks recently updated, the rest of the facility is in need of a major face lift. The lift was able to fit 3 – 4 people only at a time as long as none had luggage. The hotel was clean and quiet. A nice surprise considering how close we were to a train station and major roads. The air conditioning was feeble to put it mildly. We happen to be town during a very warm spell at the end of July beginning of August. The A/C was turned off or shut itself off (timer ?) every time we left the room. When we got back, the room was hot and the machine was barely able to cool it down after a couple of hours work. The bathroom was tiny but did the job. The tub/shower were raised so you had to watch your step when getting out/down from a shower. The room was small with two twin beds. The sheets didn’t really fit the bed. There was a small table and two chairs in addition to the beds. We are use to having a little entrance hall in a hotel room when you enter from the hallway. This room did not have such a feature. You open the door and it bumps one of the beds. You walk into the room and sidestep the closet. Anyone in the hallway is easily heard. We went to the front desk to request a second key so that we could go our separate ways if needed. No such system. Because of the age of the equipment, the ‘Key’ is not electronic and easily duplicated for multiple guests. The key is reminiscent of a computer punch card. One key per room only. We were offered the option of always dropping the key off when we left so if we did separate, one of us could get back into the room without the other being present. Because of the locking system, and occasional noise from the hallway, I didn’t feel as safe as I normally do when staying in a hotel. As with many hotels in England, we had to beg for ice from the bar staff so that we could drink our pop/juice cold in our room. We never ate in the restaurant at the hotel. It was a great location. Victoria station and environs have some nice little pubs/restaurants. The station exit closest to the hotel has a Sainsbury Grocery Store which allowed us to easily pick up fresh fruit every day. It is less then a 10 minute walk from the station to the hotel. The station is also one of the many “hop on – hop off” double-decker city tour bus stops. Even coming home late after see one of the many London theatre shows we felt safe walking the streets/lanes around the hotel. We stayed here for 4 or 5 nights at the end of our trip. I don’t think we would book here again. For shorter stays it might be a possibility. Keeping in the mind the minimal differences in cost for staying in hotels in this section of London, I don’t think we would mind spending slightly more to stay in a hotel with a higher star rating. (We had considered The Rubens at the Palace hotel. We went there for Sunday Brunch. It is well worth the cost.) If cost is your only concern, then you won’t go wrong with staying here.…