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What you should know about Victoria

Finding the Best Hotels in Victoria, London With Hotels.com

When you stay in world-class cities like London, it helps to be centrally located, that way you can see everything without having to travel far. Victoria is the perfect spot to enjoy London's famous attractions, so check out the area's finest accommodation options on Hotels.com. We have partnered with the best hotels in Victoria, London, with options to suit all kinds of budgets. You can find out everything you need to know about each hotel, from the size of its rooms to whether it has a swimming pool or gym. See photographs of sample rooms and compare location maps to find a place that is close to the Tube. To make choosing easier, we also include accurate reviews by customers just like you. With Hotels.com's expert help, anyone can find the right place to sleep in London and if you book early, you can also secure generous discounts with our travel partners.

What's Victoria Like?

Victoria is one of London's central districts and has superb transport links to all of the British capital's famous attractions. The area contains many museums and galleries such as the Tate Britain, with its collection of pre-20th-century art. The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Big Ben are within easy walking distance of hotels in Victoria, London as well. Just to the north lies Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park, while you can easily catch the changing of the guard at Horseguards on Whitehall. The boutiques of Chelsea's Kings Road are a short walk to the west, while Stamford Bridge is close by if you want to watch some Premier League soccer. When staying in Victoria, you can reach anywhere in London via the Tube, which allows you to easily head to the Tower of London or the South Bank.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in London

Ask your cab-driver or hotel concierge for their recommendations and tips. One great way to meet the locals is by heading to some of the pubs in Victoria. Get around like a local by using public transport where possible. If you are staying for a while, we recommend getting hold of an Oyster Card, which makes catching the Tube much cheaper. The double-decker buses are also a great way to see Oxford Street or the Thames, and are much cheaper than guided tour buses. Londoners are also huge sports fans. Soccer lovers will want to head to the sites like the Emirates Stadium to see Arsenal, which is easily reached from Victoria by Tube. So head to London with Hotels.com and get to know this great city.

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