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Chester Hotel Victoria Reviews

27-29 Longmoore Street, Victoria, London, England

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43 Total Reviews
  • 69%Value For Money
  • 66%Security
  • 86%Location
  • 77%Staff
  • 66%Atmosphere
  • 77%Cleanliness
  • 69%Facilities

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A good place for a sleep before taking a early flight in the morning to Gatwick


Compact easy to find hotel, good value for money. En-suite shower taps took some fiddling to get temperature right.

  • 12th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Couple, 41+
  • (1 review)


Staff was friendly, room was small but value for money. The area is very nice near Victoia station and lots of Restaurant to choose from. Sainsbury near by One negative thing was I couldnt have a shower because the water was boiling hot no cold water whatsoever was in the bath/shower. needs to be sorted. Overall i would stay there again i could take the bed with me.


We had a great stay here! We stayed in a triple en suite room, very nicely presented, with most things you could ask for inside; comfy beds, tea&coffee, well working showers... We used our room just to sleep pretty much, so it was not an issue that it was on the small side. The 24-hour reception made us feel safe. The staff were polite and helpful. Having free Wi-Fi and the luggage storage option was perfection. For the very cheap price we paid and the awesome location, this was a top choice! :)


Room was really small. Construction was taking place at the time of stay. Was never informed previously.

  • 9th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


There is no kitchen or a living room. You can make tea or coffee in your room and eat in your bed (rooms are really small). There are many cafes around so they serve no breakfast either.

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