Take a trip to the Nadler Victoria for that rarest of experiences: affordable luxury.
The Nadler Victoria is the fourth offering from The Nadler Hotels group, a new line of luxury concept hotels aiming to bring affordability to the boutique hotel market. Don’t imagine that this means any compromise in quality or service though: we’re not talking about a budget offering, rather a product for the tourist with discretion and a good sense of value. This means less focus on those frequently underutilized hotel facilities like an internal restaurant (why eat in a hotel when there are a glut of central London’s finest eateries mere minutes away?), or a bar that’s too often as deserted as that one in The Shining, or (heaven forbid) a gym, and more focus on the things that really matter. In other words, rooms and service.
Sure enough, the 73 rooms at The Nadler Victoria (situated in viewing distance of Buckingham Palace) are well appointed and well designed. Decor mainly consists of calming neutrals and camels – who needs overbearing, cluttered hotel rooms? This isn’t a cutesy B&B, after all – with black accents and detailing adding a modern edge to proceedings. Then there are those little touches that elevate The Nadler Victoria, like a workspace that means business travellers can actually get things done instead of using the bed as a desk, as well as a mini-kitchen that makes it easy to whip up a snack.
One of the main appeals to The Nadler Victoria experience though, is the service and treatment you receive as a guest. Not only are the staff knowledgeable and always on hand to give advice, the hotel’s close proximity to the St James Theatre means guests get preferential tickets to shows. On top of that, discounted rates and privileged access to local attractions such as Westminster Cathedral and the Guards’ Museum are also guaranteed to hotel guests. So, if you’re considering a visit to London but don’t fancy the 5 star prices, look no further than The Nadler Victoria.