Bed and breakfast style hotel situated in Pimlico
Located close to Victoria railway and coach station, the Enrico Hotel London is ideal for those guests that want to be within touching distance of the citys famous landmarks but require a moderate price tag.
The 2-star establishments 26 guestrooms, which are basically equipped, can accommodate individuals and couples travelling to the city as well as those with children. A family room will hold two adults and two children. Whilst there are rooms that feature an en-suite bathroom, there are others that do not include such features. Shared bathrooms, complete with WC and wash basin, can be found on each of the hotels three floors.
The hotel restaurant serves a cooked breakfast each morning which is included in the price of the stay. This is ideal for those looking to spend the day trekking around the city. Some lunch and dinner meals are available but only by request. A number of computers can be found in the restaurant, which is good news for those hoping to email friends and family back home.
Whilst it isnt equipped as well as many of its counterparts, the Enrico Hotel London has a location that makes up for this. Within walking distance of Victoria railway and coach station, the property is accessible to national and international visitors to the city. An express railway service connects Victoria with Gatwick Airport. A direct bus service does likewise for Heathrow, although the Tube will take travellers there with just one change over. With trains serving the south of England and coaches travelling throughout the country, guests can make it just about anywhere.
Those not ready to leave just yet will be pleased with the ready access to many of the city landmarks. Close to Victoria lays Buckingham Palace and its picturesque gardens. Those familiar with the Royal Family will be able to marvel at the splendour of their official residence.
Westminster is also close by. Here tourists will find many of those world-famous postcard landmarks. Westminster Abbey, site of the recent Royal Wedding, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben, the most photographed clock in the UK, are all located here.
Further along the River Thames, visitors will find the likes of the Millennium Bridge and London Eye as well as the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. The South Bank features a number of highlights, including the Tate Modern art gallery and the Southbank Centre.
Many other attractions are accessible via the underground railway. Guests hoping for a little culture have their choice of museums (including the British Museum and the Natural History Museum), galleries, and performances (including orchestra, opera, and ballet). Those looking to do a spot of shopping will find a multitude of shops, stores, boutiques, and the likes, not least on Oxford Street.
As well as all of this, guests at the Enrico Hotel London will also have access to theatres, sporting arenas, expansive green spaces, markets, restaurants, pubs, bars, and an extremely lively nightlife regardless of the district they find themselves in. Of course the hotel also offers an opportunity for a restful night in.