Perfectly central, these self-contained apartments boast an absolutely unbeatable location in the heart of London where guests will benefit from two tube stations, Trafalgar Square and the River Thames at their doorstep. The studios and one and two bedroom apartments are stylishly modern and boast compact yet fully equipped kitchens and separate living areas. Guests can enjoy breakfast in the lounge, whip up a meal from the comfort of their room, or simply stroll to discover the many restaurants and bars encircling the hotel.
Why we recommend the Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square
- Self-contained apartments in central London
- Fully-equipped kitchens and stylish decor
- Easy access to transport
- Short stroll from Westminster Abbey and Big Ben
- Close to restaurants, shopping and entertainment
Attractions near the Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square
Clock up a Big Ben visit
Just a two-minute drive or an easy 10-minute walk from the hotel will have you staring skywards at one of the most recognisable landmarks in London: Big Ben. This enormous clock tower at the Houses of Parliament has four faces, which are illuminated at night for spectacular viewing. Each face features 4.2-metre-long hands and a dial that’s seven metres in diameter.
While the Elizabeth Tower, which is the location of the clock, isn’t open to the public, you can attend a tour of the Houses of Parliament. Knowledgeable guides take you through the Queen’s Robing Room, the Royal Gallery, the Prince’s Chamber, and into the Lords Chamber. You can also see the Commons Chamber where lively political debates take place, before finishing up in the 900-year-old Westminster Hall.
Visit world-famous Trafalgar Square
Rich in history and just minutes from the hotel, Trafalgar Square is a central London landmark and a great place to explore. A modern hub of performances, events and celebrations, the Square is also home to a variety of historic statues, fountains and monuments.
Be sure to take some time to admire the magnificent Nelson’s Column, which was built to honour Admiral Nelson after his victory in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The five-metre-high statue is made of granite and sits atop a bronze platform made from old gunmetal. Four bronze panels at the base of the column depict Nelson’s historic battles.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Bikes||Health club or gym|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Kitchenette||Internet (common wireless)|