Alexander House Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting London, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Alexander House Hotel, visitors can check out Coca-Cola London Eye (1.4 mi) and Covent Garden (1.7 mi), some of London's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer a refrigerator, and Alexander Hotel makes getting online easy as public wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit.
Travelers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Sketch Gallery, The Ivy, or Rules Restaurant. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Indian restaurant such as Dishoom Covent Garden, Benares Restaurant & Bar, or Gymkhana.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Churchill War Rooms (1.0 mi), Westminster Abbey (0.9 mi), and Big Ben (1.1 mi), which are some popular London attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in London!
This was our third visit to this hotel. A usual stopover prior to a a flight from Gatwick. This is now the third review I’ve written based on my experiences. The previous 2 TA wouldn’t publish. The first and primary reason for being a hotel is to have a great nights sleep. We had an early flight and were out in the Marlborough Suit on a very hot night. This was a transfer from Langshot Manor where we usually stay. Apparently our room there was no longer available. To the crux of the matter. The air con unit in our from was faulty on a very hot night. Every 20 mins it sounded like a diesel car starting up. Cut along story short it was a dreadful night. After complaining we were offered a complimentary upgrade and afternoon if we booked another room another time. I’m not sure what the room cost us but I’m hardly going to spend anymore money with that hotel. I think we will go somewhere else next time where the management team value their guests a little more. Hope you don’t have a problem if you stay there…
Stayed with my mum on a very sweet but short overnight stay. We arrived earlier than expected for our afternoon tea and the staff were happy to accommodate us immediately. Very very friendly place, you receive a warm welcome from all everyone. Our afternoon tea by the fire on a cold miserable day was actually very quaint and rather special. We found all the food at Alexander house to be superb, from the breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner in the evening. Ten out of ten. Both mum and I experienced the spa although we were not brave enough to venture out to the outdoor hot tub. As appealing as it looked! The spa is beautiful and the pools are dimly lit at night which looks beautiful. We both had a massage,mine was very average... Not in keeping with the hotel really. My mums was better so maybe I was unlucky with my therapist. Overslept Alexander house is a very well kept and upmarket place to visit.…
Came here for a special birthday with my husband. Hotel and surroundings are beautiful. We had a lovely afternoon tea followed by a nice time spent in spa facilities including an outdoor hot tub. Room was lovely with huge bath tub. Meal in the restaurant and drinks in the Bar were great. Breakfast was amazing. If we had stayed longer I would have booked some treatments and walked around the grounds . Really lovely place with great staff. Would go again.
I stayed here for 6 nights in June 2014. For the price the location could not be beat. It's a 5 minute walk to Victoria Station for the Underground, National Rail and coach services. You do hear the trains at night, but that didn't stop me from sleeping after a long day of sightseeing. It is a budget hotel so don't expect anything fancy. The rooms are dingy and in need of updating but that's OK because I didn't go to London to hang out in my room. Clean enough place to rest your head on a budget.
We originally booked a twin room in Ivy house hotel ( several of this hotels in the same street), but at arrival we asked for a double room, so they gave us one in Alexander House. Reading many of the reviews about London budget hotels, you are aware you are going to get a tiny room. I couldn't imagine such a small bathroom, though. We went there last week (so, February) and it was really worm in the room, which I liked very much, since I'm cold almost all the time :) Room needs a lot of ,,refreshment''-walls had stains, doors and windows are in poor condition, but I must admit it was clean. We got clean towels and soaps every day, bed sheets were clean and so was the bathroom. It is small and old, but it was clean! Breakfast was a great start for the day, a little bit of toast, butter, jam, cerials, juice...I mean-what would you expect for that price?! The best thing about this hotel is location. Very near to Victoria station, from where you have 3 metro lines (Victoria, District and Central) and station of Gatwick express. There are several ok restaurants/pubs, it will keep you full untill you get to know the area. You can even walk to some locations. Noise-I heard a little bit of trains first night, but I was so tired it didn't bother me. If you hear them, that means you didn't walk around London enough! :D I would recommend it for younger travelers and for a good place just to come back at the evening to go to sleep. For that it is really ok, considering the price.…