Welcome to The Lord Milner London
In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Lord Milner has suspended operations until further notice.
We hope to reopen as soon as it is practical to do so and future updates will be available on our website and social media platforms.
Your reservation enquiries during the closure period are still welcome to firstname.lastname@example.org but may be answered a little slower than normal.
During these extraordinary times, our cancellation policy is as follows
1. Flexible Booking
Cancelled free of charge.
2. Non-Flexible/Non-Refundable/Pre-Paid Bookings
Credit against future booking held for 2 years.
Our thoughts are with everyone affected during these unprecedented times and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
The Lord Milner Team
The Lord Milner offers stunning, contemporary accommodation as one of London’s finest luxury boutique Bed and Breakfasts. Situated in the heart of one of the city’s most exclusive districts, Belgravia, this Edwardian terrace exudes the quintessential charm you’d expect from a period property.
Renovated to the highest standards, The Lord Milner offers light, elegant accommodation, making it unlike any other hotel in London. All of our rooms and suites have a bespoke design and include beautiful marble en-suite bathrooms. Not only that, but the hotel style accommodation is only meters away from Victoria Station, making it convenient for travel connections and exploring London.
The Lord Milner presents a unique combination of homely feel and fashionable lifestyle, giving it a unique character that you are sure to adore. Our central, yet discreet location allows you to experience all the elegance and energy of the capital, with the option of escaping to light, quiet spaces if you prefer. We provide luxurious, boutique accommodation at competitive prices, setting us apart from other B&Bs and hotels in London.
Our dedicated team of hardworking professionals are committed to providing a personalised service that is completely bespoke to your individual needs. We will assist with getting you around London, and can recommend a variety of restaurants, attractions for whatever the occasion – whether you are visiting the capital for business or pleasure.
Perfect for honeymooning couples, the deluxe rooms are the most luxurious within The Lord Milner For solo travelers, The Sunset Room provides homely touches to make your stay comfortable and pleasant. Perfect for hosting meetings, the executive rooms are ideal if you’re looking for accommodation to suit your business needs. Furnished in traditional English décor, the Garden Suite is perfect for couples looking to add a touch of quaint luxury to their stay.
Perfect for honeymooning couples, the deluxe rooms are the most luxurious within The Lord Milner
For solo travelers, The Sunset Room provides homely touches to make your stay comfortable and pleasant.
Perfect for hosting meetings, the executive rooms are ideal if you’re looking for accommodation to suit your business needs.
Furnished in traditional English décor, the Garden Suite is perfect for couples looking to add a touch of quaint luxury to their stay.
Other Visitor's Experiences
This hotel is in a perfect location.You can easily walk to Buckingham Palace and St. James park.You can also walk to Chelsea Gardens for the flower show.There are good restaurants and shops right here. Our room was lovely. It had a garden view.The bathroom was classy.I'll stay here in the future.
Excellent location, handy for shops, RHS flower show and good restaurants. Brilliant breakfast and lovely room. Friendly staff but not over so, around when you needed them.Don't use or we wont be able to get in next time!!
Nice and quiet place in a good location. Old-fashioned townhouse close to Victoria Station in fashionable Belgravia. We had a spacious room with twin beds, well-appointed and everything top appointed. Breakfast is served in the room. Staff was friendly and a small breakfast problem was quickly solved.
Great location, lovely room, helpful and efficient staff, we would recommend to anyone staying in London, especially couples. Transport was near by as well as cafes, restaurants. It was excellent having Victoria Coach station and Station within walking distance.
I booked The Lord Milner mainly because of it's close proximity to London Victoria and decent recommendations from previous guests.
We found it comfortable and clean, in a pleasant quiet street and with helpful reception staff. We had to leave early so made no use of breakfast options and can't comment on those.
Our room was perfectly adequate and the bed pretty good. You can open the windows and adjust the air conditioning, which is always a positive. Too often one is stuck with general settings that are stiflingly hot and cannot be changed, but not here.
Stayed for one night at this hotel rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay again. Good location only short walk to tube station.close to Buckingham palace.
The garden room is very large and beautiful. It is the best room and worth a try although the price is higher. The hotel location is very close to Victoria train station, it is easy to go if you walk through Victoria Place shopping centre.
The hotel is in an excellent location -- walking distance to the palace, Victoria station and lots of pubs/restaurants. Staff is friendly and the beds are very comfortable. This is a great "base of operations" from which to see London. I would definitely stay here again.
You can read more reviews on the Lord Milner TripAdvisor page.
The Lord Milner History
Alfred Milner, (March 23, 1854-May 13, 1925), was a controversial German-born British statesman and colonial administrator.
Alfred Milner was appointed High Commissioner for Southern Africa and Governor of Cape Colony in 1897. It was in South Africa where Lord Milner spent a large majority of his life, formulating a policy that was to try and combine the upholding of British interests with an attempt to deal justly with the Transvaal and Orange Free State governments of the time.
Milner died in Sturry Court, near Canterbury on May 13, 1925 of sleeping sickness soon after returning from South Africa. His viscountcy, lacking suitable heirs, died with him.