Chester Hotel Victoria

844 reviews
27-29 Longmoore Street London SW1V 1JQ, +44 20 7834 3791
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Chester Hotel London Offers Cheap Rooms Near Victoria Station

What Does a Chester Hotel London Room Include?

With 15 bedrooms, you can choose from rooms that accommodate up to four guests. Rooms can include an en suite private bathroom or a shared bathroom, depending on what you choose. Each room comes with a large LCD TV and Digital Freeview channels. Other amenities include tea/coffee makers, shower items, towels, and free Wi-Fi, and the mattress and pillows are memory foam. Note that all rooms are non-smoking.

What Amenities Are Available?

If you arrive in London prior to check-in, you can store your luggage at the Chester Hotel, making exploring the city easier until you are ready for your room. There are many restaurants and eateries in the area if you're hungry, including an English-style pub just across the street.

How Much Will a Stay at the Chester Hotel London Cost Me?

When considering this hotel, there are six types of rooms from which to choose: a single with shared bathroom or a single with en suite, or a double, twin, triple, or quad room with en suite. Chester Hotel is included in the list of cheapest hotels in London. Rates range from about $50 for a single with a shared bathroom to $150 for a quad room with two double beds.

How Would You Rate Chester Hotel London's Location?

The location of the Chester Hotel London is definitely one of its perks. It takes just five minutes to walk to Victoria station. Outside the hotel is a bus stop and bicycle rental, and there are lots of restaurants and bars in the area as well as grocery stores that you can easily get to by walking or riding a bike.

What’s the Bottom Line?

The Chester Hotel has recently renovated rooms in their hotel, making them more comfortable by replacing the beds with memory foam. The rooms are a little on the small side, but are typical for a budget hotel. Considering the price and its location near Victoria Station, it's a great option for the budget conscious traveler, especially if you're fine with a no-frills style of hotel.


Overall Guest Score
"Terrific location." "Location was good"
98% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
100% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
"Internet works." "Wi Fi that worked perfectly"
100% thought it was a great value.
"Service is ok." "Safety is the most concerned"
76% found the staff to be very friendly.
59% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Disappointing food." "No breakfast available"
76% were unsatisfied with the breakfast.
For 57%, the dining experience was not enjoyable.
"Awful rooms." "Room was small" "Broken electric fan"
87% said rooms were small.
76% complained about the bathroom.
Good to know...
Bad furniture
Bad minibar
Train station is close
Small rooms

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