-24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys
- Fully equipped
-Full length mirror
-2 x Single beds
-Fold out dining table and chairs
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
My support team or I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
For most people in London, Vauxhall is just one of the many stops on the Victoria line, or the quick pause that reminds them their train is only a few minutes away from Waterloo. It’s rarely discussed when areas to live in South London are the topic of conversation, but with the arrival of an American Embassy in the near future, modern housing springing up all over the place, great transport connections and a thriving gay village of underground clubs, it’s high time London started paying attention to Vauxhall.
The location, for one, is hard to beat – near the Thames, opposite the Tate Britain and in walking distance to Waterloo, it’s certainly in the busy, urban heart of the city. However it’s still not nearly as expensive as you’d expect for such a location, even with the rapid rise in prices over the last decade, which for many settling here makes the slightly rough-around-the edges ambience more than worth it.
Said residents are largely young professionals and students taking advantage of the easy commute, riverside location and nightclubs, while families tend to move further into South London for more green space and less city noise.
Saying that, Vauxhall isn’t completely devoid of greenery – Vauxhall Park is beloved by locals for it’s lavender garden, children’s playground and adorable model village, while the nearby Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens hosts events throughout the year, including the Winter Wonderland in December. In recent years the term ‘VoHo’ has been applied to Vauxhall as the regeneration of the area speeds up rapidly to compete with neighbouring Clapham.
Aside from Waterloo and Clapham Junction, you’d be hard pressed to find an area in South London with better transport links than Vauxhall. Not only is the train station served by the National Rail and a tube station on the Victoria line, Vauxhall is also home to a huge bus station, so you’ll never have a problem getting home late at night. As for commuting times, the Victoria line from Vauxhall will get you to Oxford Circus in just 6 minutes, making its connection into the centre of London fairly unrivalled.