The Grand at Trafalgar Square

8 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5BY

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The Grand at Trafalgar Square is a wonderful option for those travelers desiring historic charm, modern conveniences and a location that can’t be beat. This fully renovated historic hotel dates back to the 1880s and is located just a few blocks away from many of London’s most popular attractions. Guests can easily walk to the London Eye, Big Ben, Nelson’s Column, St. Martin-in-the-Fields and more. The hotel’s one-room suite with kitchenette can accommodate up to four guests and is an excellent choice for families. The superior room with kitchenette can accommodate up to three guests. Complimentary Wi-Fi and free cribs are available to guests. Onsite dining is available at Boyd’s Grill and Wine Bar.

Our Editor Loves

  • Beautifully restored 19th century hotel
  • Within walking distance to attractions
  • Rooms and suites with kitchenettes

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator


Picctures are better than reality

by lloyd2300

Let me first say the location was perfect. Close to the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Buckingham Palace, St James Park, Westminter, Parlinment and Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade and Trafalgar Square. THe photos enticed us. The commona areas were as represented; looked great. The room left much to be desired. Barely enough room for a double bed and a desk. Double beds were the only choice so I assume all rooms were of similar size. The Grand at Trafalgar Square was also known as the Club Quarters. Never learned or understood the distinction. Excellent breakfast. Adjacent Pizza restaurant was top notch. Highly recommend it. Would not stay there again unless location was important.

Don’t come expecting much

by CarenC123

The reception was awful, nobody helped with bags and the staff are unhelpful. There is also no ramp or elevator when you arrive from the street and you need to take or drag your bags on your own. There aren’t even any carts to help yourself.

The rooms are cramped, old, have very little cupboard space. The bathrooms awful (and even scary!) and I just wanted to leave the minute I arrived. I am bewildered at how this can be considered a 4 star hotel.

You have other options in London and this isn’t one of them.