Victoria Station

Victoria Station is widely regarded as London’s second busiest terminus, serving approximately 84 million passengers each year. The underground station provides the gateway to many of London’s most iconic attractions, making it a popular station with visitors to the city.

Hotels Near Victoria Station

When you’re looking to stay in the city, it makes good sense to seek out hotels near Victoria Station. If you’re visiting London and want accommodation in this area, the Belgrave Hotel makes an excellent choice. It has good proximity to Victoria Station, and enables you to explore some of the best sights that the city has to offer. It’s also close to Waterloo Station; which means that you can easily reach the Tate Modern, the Tower of London, Big Ben, the London Eye and much more.

When searching for hotels near Victoria Station, it’s always important to consider budget. The Belgrave is one of the few cheap hotels in the area that offers exceptional value for money; with comfortable, well-appointed rooms and a high standard of service throughout.

Historic Victoria

Rather than being named after Queen Victoria, as many presume, Victoria Station was actually named after Victoria Road, which is where the station was sited. It opened in 1862, in two sections; one owned by the Brighton Company, the other by the Chatham Company. Oscar Wilde dryly commented that the Brighton side was rather superior in terms of social class!

Since then, the station has been rebuilt extensively.

If you’d like to find out how to reach Victoria Station from the Belgrave Hotel, or require any other information about our rooms and services, simply get in touch with our team today.