Stayed at the Astors Hotel for two nights, my room was a lot bigger than expected, the location is great and the staff are friendly. Will be staying here again
- Astors Hotel
- 110-112 Ebury Street Victoria London SW1W 9QD England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hotel
- Type :
- 4 Star B&B
- Size :
- 20 rooms
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Book into brand new Astors Hotel if you want an intimate, home from home atmosphere and friendly staff that care. Boutique Astors Hotel has cleverly combined two four storey Georgian style townhouses to provide you with 20 contemporary rooms close to Victoria Tube Station and Buckingham Palace. The standard double and triple rooms here have been beautifully decorated and appointed. For the ultimate treat the executive triple rooms have their own drawing room, microwave and mini fridge.
Whatever type of ensuite room you opt for at Astors Hotel, all the modern facilities you need will be at your fingertips. These include air conditioning, central heating, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, colour television and toiletries. Wifi is also available in the hotel for a small fee. As Astors Hotel is located on a peaceful, tree lined street you will be able to sleep well before indulging in the fresh, buffet style continental breakfast in the breakfast room every morning.
24 Hour Reception / Air Conditioning / Airport Transfers / Alarm Clock Radio / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Concierge / Desk / Direct Dial Phone / Fax Machine / Fire Escape / Hairdryer / In Room Safe / Internet Terminals in Rooms / Phone / Shampoo / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Toilet / Tour Desk / Tourist Information / Wake Up Service / Wireless Internet Access
Step outside Astors Hotel and it won’t take you long to walk to impressive Westminster Cathedral or majestic Buckingham Palace. Time it right and you can watch the Changing of the Guards, or visit some of the State Rooms during the summer. You can also relax in nearby St James’s Park or Green Park. If you love shopping you can walk to the designer stores on Sloane Street and Brompton Cross, or that bit further to Kings Road in Chelsea. Use the tube to get around the rest of London with ease.
LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE Continental Buffet Breakfast when you book. Your Continental Buffet Breakfast includes: Cereal, bread, croissants, butter, jam, milk, fruit, cheese, ham, fruit juice, tea and coffee.
Breakfast is available from 07:00 to 10:00 Monday - Friday and from 07:30 to 10:30 Saturday and Sunday.
Astors Hotel offers a FREE WiFi voucher for the first 30 minutes, and then charges GBP5 for 24 hours.
You can park your car for free on Ebury Street from 18:30 to 08:30 Monday to Friday and from 18:30 on Friday to 08:30 on Monday. There is a pay car park within a few minutes walk too, and is located outside of the London Congestion charge zone.
Guests can read the newspapers provided at Astors Hotel.
FREE for all children under 3 years of age using existing beds. Older children and adults will be charged GBP20 per person per night for extra beds (to be paid separately during your stay and not added to total cost). All bookings with children must be detailed in 'special requests' at the time of booking. There is no room for cots in the rooms.
Check in: 14:00 - 23:30
Check out by: 11:00
A porter service is available daily between 08:00 and 20:00.
A tourist information is also available and they can help you to book tickets, sightseeing tours and organise your onward travel arrangements.
- By Train:
- The closest train station to Astors Hotel is Victoria Train Station.
- By Tube:
- The closest tube station to Astors Hotel is Victoria Tube Station. Tubes that run on the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Bakerloo lines will stop here.
- On Foot:
Astors Hotel is only a 7 minute walk from Sloane Square Tube Station (Circle and District lines) and 10 minutes from London Victoria Train Station.
It will only take you around 5 minutes to walk from Victoria Train and Tube Station to Astors Hotel. Simply exit onto Buckingham Palace Road and turn to your left. Start walking and then turn right into Elizabeth Street. Turn right again into Ebury Street and you will find Astors Hotel on your left hand side.
Astors Hotel Reviews
The rooms were small and I had to go up three flights of stairs with two suitcases as there were no lifts. Not all of the equipment was working and I had to keep the window open throughout the night as it was too warm. The breakfast room was also very tiny and full every time we went down to eat
A bit drab and old looking so not that great physically but overall a good little place for a stop over in London as I needed to be near Victoria Coach Station.
I found Astor hotel extremely convinient from Victoria coach station. It was clean & all the members of the staff were helpful. I would like to re-book on my next visit to London
First impression: walking down the street looking for our 4 star hotel we walked past it as it looked like all the other houses and guest houses. I expected something more identifiable. On entering, we were presented with a corridor doors and a staircase. It took a few moments to try to work out where the reception was. It was through one of the doors. This was a somewhat small room with breakfast tables in a row and a reception desk. Not at all what I would have expected! The service given was friendly. The room: the twin room was well decorated and clean but very small. The two beds were right next to each other and my friend and I joked that we may as well have booked a double. The bathroom was small and cramped. The TV was oddly placed; flat, high up and to the very right of the room, which did not make viewing comfortable from the left hand bed. The bed was comfortable and the room was warm. The hotel was noisy. We could hear every step taken on the creaky staircase and steps taken above. I could actually hear my neighbour urinating in their toilet above and the flushing. There was a good variety of available food for breakfast, but the taste was underwhelming; especially the coffee and the very hard boiled eggs.