The two main London airports are London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW).
From London Heathrow airport the Heathrow Express train transports you to central London (Paddington) in 20 minutes;
From London Gatwick Airport you can easily reach central London (Victoria) in 30 minutes on the Gatwick Express.
The nearest station to the hotel is Blackfriars which is a 4 minute walk to the hotel.
Taxi travel times from London airports
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) – 20 miles, 1 hour
London Gatwick Airport (LGW) – 31 miles, 1 hour 20 minutes
London City Airport (LCY) – 7 miles, 30-40 minutes
Luton Airport (LTN) – 34 miles, 1 hour 15 minutes
Stansted Airport (STN) – 37 miles, 1 hour 35 minutes
London has over ten major train stations which offer direct links to all parts of the UK, making London very accessible by train.
For further information visit: www.visitlondon.com/travel/getting_here/trains-to-london
The nearest underground stations to Grange St. Paul’s Hotel:
Blackfriars | National Rail, District and Circle Lines | 4 minute’s walk
Mansion House | District and Circle Lines | 5 minute’s walk
St Paul’s | Central Line | 5 minute’s walk
City Thameslink | National Rail – connections to Gatwick Airport | 2 minute’s walk
Cannon Street | National Rail, Circle and District Lines | 10 minute’s walk
The UK has an extensive public transport network but should you wish to drive to London or use a car, Grange St. Paul’s Hotel is located right in the heart of the City of London.
On-street car parking is not available at Grange St. Paul’s Hotel, but 233 local car parking spaces are available at:
Baynard House Car Park,
on 133 Queen Victoria Street,
Parking is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Please visit the website here for more information and rates.
Congestion charging is in operation in the City of London and anyone choosing to travel by car should ensure that this is paid. For further information visit www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/congestioncharging
Black taxis show their availability by switching their yellow light on and can be hailed in the street or hired outside most train stations and major transport hubs in London.
Taxis can also be pre-booked on (UBER)
Click here for London journey planner for all forms of public transport in London, routes and maps.
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