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Lord Milner London
111, Ebury Street
Belgravia
London

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The Lord Milner is a luxury townhouse located in the heart of London's fashionable Belgravia Area. The Lord Milner offers the perfect place to stay for both our business and leisure guests seeking an elegant yet discreet base while visiting London. With 11 luxuriously appointed rooms, you are guaranteed good service, with all of the amenities you would expect from a world-class hotel. Many of London's most popular sightseeing destinations, shopping districts and dining spots are located within walking distance of us, as are a host of convenient transport links.

As a small, intimate establishment situated in the heart of Belgravia in London, we pride ourselves on the service that we provide our discerning guests. Our team is here to help you make your stay as pleasant as possible by assisting you in any way we can. Our team is happy to provide assistance with theatre tickets, tours and attractions, dining reservations, transport or any other similar needs. Please contact us should you require any help before arriving.

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Nearest Train Station: Victoria
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Ratings/Awards: 5 Stars
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11

Price per Room:

Double: From 145
Twin: From 145
Single: From 115
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