Budget bed and breakfast located close to Pimlico and Victoria
Aimed at those on a tight budget, the Colliers Hotel London is an affordable bed and breakfast establishment found in the Victoria region of the city.
This family-run business offers guests a simple, no-frills stay. Its 20 rooms vary between single, double, triple, and quadruple, some with en-suite facilities, others with a shared bathroom. All rooms include a television and telephone. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily between 8 and 9 in the morning.
The B&Bs location on Warwick Way means it is only a few minutes walk from Victoria railway and coach station as well as Pimlico underground station (which serves the Victoria Line). Such a positioning makes it easy to access any of Londons famous attractions or something a little different.
Within close proximity to the hotel, visitors are able to relax in three of Londons finest green areas; St. James Park, Green Park, and Hyde Park. Here the hectic city atmosphere slows down, absorbed by the scenic greenery and gardens. Thats not to say theres no liveliness on offer. Hyde Park in particular is full of activity, from fitness fanatics to dog-walkers. During the summer months the park plays host to an assortment of music concerts and festivals featuring artists from around the world. Protesters and demonstrations can often be found at Speakers Corner, on the parks North East corner.
Some of the most prominent tourist sites close to the Colliers Hotel London can be found in the City of Westminster area. Here millions of tourists each year visit the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey, each of which features beautiful and unique architecture and history.
Fromm Westminster visitors can move up to Trafalgar Square, for more historic buildings as well as museums and galleries, or Piccadilly Circus, an entertainment hub in the city. Here tourists hustle to have their photo taken in front of the huge neon signs that have become almost as famous as New Yorks Times Square screens. Its here that the Theatreland district begins.
With theatres, cinemas, playhouses, and clubs throughout the West End, Theatreland is a must-see for anybody visiting London. Regardless of your tastes its highly likely therell be something for you to enjoy. The region is also stacked with restaurants, pubs, and bars. With so much to do it can take some time to make your way across the district.
If shopping is more to your liking than plays and shows then Oxford Street is a must. Some of the countrys largest chain stores are found here as well as a number of smaller, tourist-friendly shops. Regent Street and Carnaby Street can be found just off of Oxford Street. The former features many more huge stores, including the famous Hamleys toyshop, whilst the latter features some unique fashion. It may not be as off-the-wall as it was in the 1950s, but Carnaby Street still offers visitors a touch of the different today.
The Colliers Hotel London may not be the most extravagant of places youll find but good value and optimum positioning means that you a stay here will ensure that a real feeling of London is generated.