Whether you are travelling by bicycle, car, train, tube or taxi Pall Mall is easy to reach – particularly at the moment with the roads and public transport so quiet.
89 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5HS
Telephone: 020 7930 2345
If you are cycling through London’s empty roads, please take advantage of our secure temporary cycle racks in the Mountbatten Room. Simply use the Staff Entrance and take your bike up one flight of stairs or, if necessary, in the staff lift.
Additional cycle racks have also been installed in St James’s Square.
Changing rooms and showers are available in the sports area if required.
Driving times are reduced with the roads being exceptionally quiet.
Pall Mall is within the Congestion Charge Zone. The London Congestion Charge is a £15.00 daily charge if you drive within the Zone between 7.00am and 10.00pm on any day. You can pay online on the Transport for London website. If you wish to drive into London but avoid the Congestion Charge we suggest that you park in the Q-Park car park in Park Lane, which is just outside the Zone.
Please note the Vauxhall Bridge will be closed from 20:00 on Sunday 9 August until late November 2020.
Trains into London and stations are exceptionally quiet at the moment.
Pall Mall is within walking distance of Charing Cross (10 minutes), Victoria (20 minutes), and Waterloo stations (25 minutes) or taxis are readily available.
The nearest tube stations are Green Park, Piccadilly and Charing Cross – all of which are within 10 minutes’ walk.
Taxis are available at ranks at stations and around London or can be hailed in the street if their light is on. They are often parked waiting outside the clubhouse or, if not, there are usually plenty driving down Pall Mall.
You will find taxis cheaper to use than usual at the moment as the lack of congestion is making journey times shorter. Also, many now take contactless payment.
With the tourists away, walking around London is particularly pleasant at the moment. If you are approaching Pall Mall from the south-west, you can take a stroll through Green Park or St James’s Park.