To make your life a little easier, we have carefully curated an itinerary of things to do in Victoria, London:
Victoria was always known as one of London’s busiest transport hubs. Nowadays it has completely re-developed into ultra cool and exciting destination. There is so much to do in and around Victoria and it has become a place to hang out rather than travel through.
9 AM-12 PM: Check-in at Eccleston Square Hotel, leave your bags at reception and head out!
12.30 PM: Go and have lunch at Thomas Cubitt (a Gastro Pub, which is a fantastic place for people-watching, especially in the summer!)
2-5 PM: Stroll down Elizabeth Street and have a look at all the fabulous independent boutiques such as Philip Treacy, Vicki Sarge, Jo Loves, Les Senteurs and much more. Head towards Sloane Square and the King’s Road for more shopping therapy.
5 PM: Come back to Eccleston Square Hotel to freshen up and relax or pop by for a quick blow dry at Issy’s on Elizabeth street.
11 PM to whenever the night takes you: If you are looking for a last drink before heading home. The Greenwood Sports Bar is open until midnight. Boisdale of Victoria is also close to the hotel and is open until 1 AM.
8 AM-11 AM: Treat yourself to room-service breakfast and enjoy our Hastens bed!
11 AM: If you have the energy for some exercise, sign up to a class. All the following classes are walking distance from Eccleston Square Hotel: Barry’s Bootcamp, Frame Victoria, 1 Rebel Victoria, Light Centre Victoria
1 PM: Have lunch at Eccleston Yards at Jones Family Kitchen are a great place for leisurely lunch. Both venues have an outdoor terrace in the summer. Eccleston Yards is a hip new development where you will find innovative independent businesses.
3 PM: Ready for exploring? Head towards Westminster Abbey and Houses of Parliament. Cross the bridge over to the other side of the House of Parliament. You will see a yellow and green boat docked on the river is the Tamesis Dock. Tamesis Dock serves British pints where you can soak up the view.
7 PM: Enjoy dinner in a local restaurant. The top restaurant we would recommend in Victoria:
Aster: Nordic, French cuisine in a lively atmosphere, feels high end
The Other Naughty Piglet: Small plates served with biodynamic wine.
A.Wong: Upmarket Chinese eatery, more intimate dining, with excellent Asian cuisine!
La Poule au Pot: This is a date night venue, intimate French restaurant, candlelit tables. Also, have a large outdoor terrace in the summer
Hunan: Small Chinese restaurant where the chefs prepare a set menu.
Colbert: French brasserie-style restaurant, where the local Chelsea people go and eat
10 PM: Late night drinks. Here are some of our recommendations:
The Botanist: bar on Sloane Square closes at 11.30 PM
Barts: Chelsea speakeasy, closes at midnight
Jak’s King’s Road: New York style bar, closes at 11.30 PM
Tonteria: Mexican style nightclub, closes at 3 AM on weekends
8 AM-11 AM: Last breakfast at Eccleston Square Hotel
11 AM: Join a pottery class Studio Pottery where you will be able to experience the craft.
12 PM: Last lunch at Riding House Café just next to the train station.
We hope to welcome you back to Victoria for more adventures!
Eccleston Square Hotel is a unique boutique hotel located in Victoria and close to Belgravia and Chelsea. Don’t miss out on booking our winter offer, which includes a 20% discount and free minibar.
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