Our location is ideal, close to Victoria Station we are only a 5 minute walk away from Victoria Coach Station and only 10 minutes walk from Victoria train, tube and bus stations. Hotel near London’s Victoria Station means convenience and ease of travel whether you’re coming from Heathrow or Gatwick airports, or travelling on one of the low-cost cheap airlines into Stansted or Luton, it is easy to reach us!
If you’re looking for an affordable and modern hotel in the city centre of London with free WiFi and amenities including a free smartphone with free 4G to use during your stay, free continental breakfast and free left luggage on your last day, then look no further.
We offer double en-suite rooms with prices starting from £60 per room per night if you book in advance. Always book directly through our website [hyperlink to booking page https://bookings.newbookpms.com/sheriffhotel/index.php] for the best rates and deals.
Our rooms are unique – individually designed, compact city rooms housed in converted townhouses in an exclusive conservation area of London – offering the opportunity to live like a local in London’s vibrant hub.
We want you to leave our hotel having had a comfortable stay with a nice refreshing shower in the morning and all the things you need (like WiFi and power sockets with international plugs) and none of the things you don’t need. Spend more time exploring the city and make memories to last a lifetime!
Victoria has always been an area of great interest for tourists and locals alike. Here are just some of the reasons why:
Beautiful green spaces – St James’ Park and Green Park with borders along Battersea Park and Hyde Park
The traditional attraction of the area has not changed over time and with a range of accommodation offerings, everything fromcheap hotels in London’s Victoria Station to luxury rooms, you won’t be stuck for a good place to stay.
Victoria has recently undergone a £2.2bn transformation setting itself up to be the next coolest destination in London for leisure activities with a Curzon cinema, plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
The newest development right near Victoria station – Nova Victoria has yet to fully open but promises to create a foodie buzz in the area with 18 new eateries including Barbecoa by Jamie Oliver, Franco Manca Pizza, Shake Shack Burgers, Sticks ‘n’ Sushi, Timmy Green all day café and cocktail bar, and Bone Daddies all opening up soon.
There are pubs and gastropubs galore in the area including, The Cambridge Street Kitchen and Clarendon Cellar, The Orange Public House and Hotel, The Thomas Cubitt, No 11 Pimlico Road, The Phoenix, The Queen’s arms and The Albert to name a few all located near Victoria Station.
For a cheap bite there are cafés to suit every taste especially along Wilton Road where you can get a nice full English breakfast for under £5 if you’re on a tight budget. Or why not try the famous Cronut at Dominique Ansel’s bakery the only other place you can get one is in New York!