London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 26, 2012 -- Hanover Hotel has introduced practices which make it stand out from the peers. Among the most popular hotels in Central London, they are now offering complimentary continental breakfast to their guests. The hotel is known for coming up with novel ways to provide guests value-added stay in very affordable prices.
Talking enthusiastically about the complimentary breakfast, a senior manager working with them stated, "We at Hanover are always willing to walk an extra mile to ensure satisfactory stay for our guests. We recognise it is our services which will enable us stay ahead of our competitors, who are certainly aplenty in London neighbourhood."
The hotel management makes sure that the breakfast is prepared with the best of ingredients and served to guests in time. The breakfast which includes a choice of croissants, cheese, jam, bread rolls, toast, butter, marmalade, cereals, hot chocolate, milk, yogurt, fruit cocktail, chilled juice, tea and coffee, is served to the customers every morning 7.30 to 9.30.
The major aspect which provides Hanover Hotel the leading edge is its location, right in the heart of London. To put it in the words of the manager, "Staying here, you are in the vicinity of tube, bus, railway and coach stations of Victoria making it quite easy for you to get to other parts of Central London as well as the rest of the UK. The 30 minute high speed train service to Gatwick Airport departs from Victoria Station."
Rare blend of class with affordability can be found in this hotel. Victoria in London is known for best and breakfast accommodation it provides. However, Hanover Hotel seems distinct with an array of services such as centrally heated rooms, Internet connection, lounge area, etc.
About Hanover Hotel Victoria:
The Hanover Hotel Victoria is one of the budget hotels in Central London. It is a cheap London bed and breakfast hotel, which has been serving guests for 15 years. Owing to their hospitality, the hotel has become the preferred choice of seasoned travellers in London.