142/144 Warwick Way
London SW1V 4JE
Rating: AA-4 Diamonds, RAC- 4 Diamonds
Awards: Silver Award, Winner of Visit London Turism Awards
The site upon which the hotel stands is steeped in history.
The street overlooked by the windows of the Windermere
Hotel has seen Kings, Queens, Princes, Abbotts and nobility
pass by. Warwick Way used to be called "The Abbott's
Lane" because it was the road that connected Westminster
Abbey with the Abbott's residence, known as Abbott's Grange.
Number 144 stands at the point where the gate to the Abbott's
Grange existed. The Abbott's Grange was the rest and leisure
centre enjoyed not only by the Abbott and the monks, but also
by the Kings and Princes of Medieval England. Numbers 142
and 144 Warwick Way were built in 1857 as a pair of private
dwellings and are fine examples of early Victorian classical
design. Number 144 was probably the earliest "Bed and
Breakfast" Hotel in the area when in 1881 it became the
locally famous "Pimlico Rooms.
- En-suite bedrooms available
- Colour TV with satellite channels
- Direct dial telephone and fax line.
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- In-room safe
- Cancellation policy is 72 prior to arrival date
- Check-in time 2pm
- Check-out time 11am
- Nearest tube station: Victoria
- Rooms: 22