Welcome to Z Trafalgar

London's most famous landmark on your doorstep

Nelson's column, lions, fountains, street artists and a stepping stone to the finest museums. What's not to love about London's most recognised landmark. Our 141-bed hotel let's you explore, shop, entertain, eat, party, work, and when you're done, sleep.

  1. Charing Cross 2 mins
  2. Charing Cross Station 2 minutes
  3. Covent Garden 5 minutes

Trafalgar at a glance

  • Trafalgar Square
  • The National Gallery
  • Embankment pier
  • Covent Garden
  • Somerset House

Our Rooms

Step into your Z room and it all makes sense. Your home in the heart of town has been cleverly designed to give you everything you need. Sumptuous handcrafted beds, beautiful linen, high-quality, en suite shower room, an HDTV with all Sky Sports and Movie channels, and of course, Wi-Fi. With complimentary toiletries, plenty of hanging space, underbed storage and in-room tea & coffee making, this is compact luxury at its best.

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  • Crisp bed linen
  • En suite
  • Samsung HD TV with Sky
  • Aircon
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
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    Z Inside Double

    • Sleeps 2
    From £60

    All the features of our standard double bedroom, with no curtains to draw.

    • Double Bed
    • 9-10m2
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    Z Inside Queen

    • Sleeps 2
    • no window
    From £70

    All the features of our standard queen bedroom, with no curtains to draw.

    • Queen Bed
    • 10-12m2
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    Z Double

    • Sleeps 2
    From £80

    What more do two urbanites need, besides each other?

    • Double bed
    • 8-9m2
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    Z Queen

    • Sleeps 2
    From £90

    Named after the size of the bed, not the stateroom in Buckingham Palace.

    • Queen Bed
    • 13-14m2
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    Z Accessible

    • Sleeps 2
    From £90

    A queen room with specialist shower, lowered hand basin, grab rails and minimum 1.5m turning circle.

    • Queen Bed
    • Wheelchair
    • 12-14m2
Where can I
in Trafalgar?
  • The National Gallery

    The National Gallery, London houses one of the greatest collections of paintings in the world. These pictures belong to the public and entrance to see them is free.

    5 min - Free
  • Trafalgar Zquare

    Trafalgar Square is a public square in the City of Westminster, established in the early 19th century around the area formerly known as Charing Cross. The Square's name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, the British naval victory in the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain that took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar.Trafalgar Square is surrounded by museums, galleries, cultural spaces and historic buildings. It also has the ca

    2 min - Free
  • Seven Dials

    While away an hour or seven exploring these interconnecting lanes packed with independent shops. Stop to refuel at Monmouth Coffee (27 Monmouth Street).

    5 min - £
  • London Transport Museum

    You don’t need to be a train spotter to enjoy this impressive, interactive museum. Discover how London’s past and future has been shaped by transport.

    3 min - £
  • Ladurée

    If you’ve got a sweet tooth, stop in this elegant tea room inside Covent Garden’s iconic market building – it’s the place to go for macarons.

    3 min - ££
  • Balthazar

    This sepia-lit brasserie with its mosaic tiles and red-velvet seating oozes charm. Come for a lunch of bistro classics and take away a pastry from the bakery next door.

    4 min - ££
  • Homeslice

    Head here for a deliciously affordable dinner (huge wood-fired pizzas with creative toppings) on one of London’s most Instagramable streets.

    7 min - £
  • Hawksmoor

    Before Hawksmoor existed, the words steakhouse and hip never came together. Expect juicy cuts of British meat in a super-stylish setting.

    5 min - £££
  • The Porterhouse

    Careful you don’t get lost among the twists and turns of The Porterhouse’s fantastic maze of wooden walkways and copper brewery piping.

    1 min - £
  • Mr Fogg’s Tavern

    Drink like a Victorian at this themed London pub filled with trinkets from Phileas Fogg’s travels. There’s also a gin parlour upstairs with more than 300 gins.

    2 min - ££
  • Blame Gloria

    Kitsch cocktails, retro glamour and late-night dancing are firmly on the menu at this basement bar that was formerly a public loo.

    1 min - ££
  • The 10 Cases

    The name refers to the fact that this cosy, unpretentious wine bar only ever buys 10 cases each of its featured wines, so the menu stays full of surprises.

    7 min - £££

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Contact Information

  • Address

    53-59 Chandos Place
    London WC2N 4HS

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 20 3841 0872

  • Email

    trafalgar@thezhotels.com