How To Reach Us


How To Reach Us 

How to reach us from Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, London City Airport, Stansted Airport, Luton Airport and St Pancras International. There are multiple transportation options available to reach the Troy Hotel from the mentioned airports, but the following is the fastest and most budget-friendly method.

Heathrow Airport Terminal 1 to 5

The Heathrow Express is an efficient and rapid train service directly linking Heathrow Airport to London Paddington Station. Upon arriving at Heathrow Airport, travellers can easily locate the Heathrow Express station by following the clear signage within the airport. Purchasing a ticket to London Paddington Station before boarding the train is recommended. The Heathrow Express operates regularly, ensuring minimal waiting time, and the journey takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes, making it an incredibly time-saving option for travellers. Upon reaching Paddington Station, various transportation options are available to reach destinations within London, such as taking a taxi or utilizing the London Underground or buses. For those heading to the Troy Hotel, these convenient transport options from Paddington Station make it a straightforward and hassle-free journey to their accommodation.


To begin your journey from Heathrow Airport Terminal 1 to 5 to Queensway Station, head towards the "London Underground" or "Tube" signs, which will guide you to the transportation hub. Look out for the Piccadilly Line, indicated by the Dark Blue colour, and board a train heading towards Cockfosters. As the train meanders through the bustling city, enjoy the sights and sounds of London before disembarking at Queensway Station. From there, a brief stroll will lead you to the welcoming doors of Troy Hotel. The convenience of the Tube makes this trip accessible and efficient, with a typical journey taking approximately 45 minutes to an hour.

Gatwick Airport North & South Terminal

Travelling from Gatwick North or South Terminal to the Troy Hotel on Queensborough Terrace in London is quite straightforward and efficient. Upon arriving at Gatwick Airport, you can easily catch regular trains to London Victoria Station, and the journey usually takes about 30 to 40 minutes. From London Victoria, follow the signs to the London Underground (Tube) station and board the westbound Circle Line, identifiable by its yellow colour, heading towards Paddington. The ride to Paddington Station takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Once you reach Paddington, transfer to the eastbound District Line, marked by its green colour, and travel a short distance to Bayswater station, which should only take around 5 to 10 minutes. When you arrive at Bayswater station, the Troy Hotel will be within walking distance. Just exit the station, head southwest on Queensway Road, make a right turn onto Queensborough Terrace, and you'll find the hotel situated at 68-70 Queensborough Terrace on your left.

At Gatwick Airport, travellers can utilise National Express coaches to reach London Victoria Coach Station. This reliable and efficient service offers a hassle-free journey, providing a smooth connection between the airport and the heart of London. Upon arrival at Victoria Coach Station, travellers can easily continue their onward journey to Bayswater by taking the London Underground. The Circle or District lines will swiftly transport you to the vibrant neighbourhood of Bayswater.

London City Airport

Upon arriving at London City Airport, go to the DLR station. The airport is well-connected to public transportation, and clear signs should guide you to the DLR platforms. Board a DLR train heading towards Bank station. Bank is a major interchange station on the DLR network, and it is well connected to other London Underground lines, including the Central Line. Once you arrive at the Bank station, follow the signs to transfer to the Central Line. The Central Line is represented by a red line on the London Underground map. Board a Central Line train heading westbound (usually towards stations like Ealing Broadway or West Ruislip) and alight at Queensway Station. Queensway is located in Zone 1 and is situated in the Bayswater area of London. After exiting Queensway Station, make your way to the Troy Hotel at 68-70 Queensborough Terrace, which is just a short walk away. Walk northwest on Queensway Road, and then turn left onto Queensborough Terrace.

Stansted Airport

If you're arriving at Stansted Airport and need to get to the Troy Hotel in London, convenient transportation options are available. Hop on the Stansted Express train, which provides regular services from the airport to London Liverpool Street Station. The journey typically takes between 45 to 60 minutes, making it a swift and efficient way to get into the city. Upon reaching London Liverpool Street Station, transfer to the London Underground's Circle Line (yellow line), heading westbound towards Paddington Station. The Tube ride to Paddington is a brief 10-minute trip. Once you arrive at Paddington Station, you'll find the Troy Hotel within easy reach. A mere half-mile (800 meters) separates the hotel from the station. For directions, you can rely on Google Maps or inquire at the station for assistance. Alternatively, you can opt to take the Central line (Red line) in the direction of West Ruislip and disembark at "Queensway" station. The journey will last around 10 to 15 minutes. Upon arrival at Queensway station, simply follow the short walk south on Queensway (A402) towards Bayswater Road for about 5 minutes, and you'll spot the Troy Hotel on your left at 68-70 Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3SH. 

At Stansted Airport, travellers can choose from multiple coach companies offering transportation to different parts of London, with Victoria Coach Station being a popular destination. The journey typically spans 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions. Upon arrival at Victoria Coach Station, visitors can continue their journey using the London Underground District or Circle Line to Paddington. Both lines serve Bayswater station, and the journey should take 15-20 minutes.

Luton Airport

You can board a direct train from Luton Airport Parkway to London St Pancras International, with a travel time of approximately 30-40 minutes. Once at St Pancras International, head towards the London Underground Circle Line (Yellow line) going eastbound, and it typically takes 15-20 minutes to reach Paddington station. From there, transfer to either the District or Circle Line (Green or Yellow line) going westbound for just one stop, and alight at Bayswater station.The Troy Hotel is conveniently located within a short walking distance from Bayswater station, taking less than 5 minutes to reach on foot.

An alternative route entails catching a bus from Luton Airport bound for London Victoria Coach Station, followed by a transfer to the Tube for the final leg to the Troy Hotel.

Numerous National Express and other coach services operate between Luton Airport and London Victoria Coach Station. The journey typically takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours. Upon reaching Victoria Coach Station, a brief walk to Victoria Underground Station allows you to board the London Underground District or Circle Line (Green or Yellow line), heading westbound to Bayswater Station. From there, it's just a short stroll to reach the Troy Hotel.

St Pancras International

Travel on the Victoria line (light blue) from King's Cross St. Pancras station to Oxford Circus. At Oxford Circus, transfer to the Central line (red) and continue your journey to Queensway Station. Upon arrival at Queensway station, simply follow the short walk south on Queensway (A402) towards Bayswater Road for about 5 minutes, and you'll spot the Troy Hotel on your left.

To get to the Troy Hotel London from King's Cross St. Pancras station, you can board one of the following buses: 7, 23, or 27, as they all serve this route. Alight at Porchester Terrace (Stop D) near Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3SH, and from there, it's just a short walk to the Troy Hotel London.