London Underground (the Tube) connects Heathrow directly with central London. This is the cheapest convenient way to travel as long as you don't have too much luggage. For Grosvenor House, take the Piccadilly line directly to Covent Garden or Holborn.
A possibly faster but certainly more expensive option is the Heathrow Express. This runs every 15 minutes to and from Paddington Station in central London. The journey takes about 15 minutes. From Paddington take the Tube, Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus and change to Central line for Holborn.
Alternatively, National Express runs bus services between the terminals and central London. Most go to Victoria. Unless you arrive after the last Tube we wouldn't recommend this service for Grosvenor House.
We'd recommend Thameslink Railway which runs train services to Bedford via London, and stop at King's Cross/St Pancras. From there, you can take the Piccadilly line southbound to Holborn or Covent Garden.
Otherwise, you could use the Gatwick Express which runs trains every 15 minutes to Victoria. The journey takes about 30 minutes. All trains come into the South Terminal, but there is a free Inter Terminal Transit train every 3 minutes (journey time 2 minutes).
Alternatively, Gatwick Airport is well connected by National Express coach services to the rest of the UK. The Airbus A5 runs to Victoria from the South Terminal.
Use the Tube, Victoria line to Green Park station and then north on the Piccadilly line to Covent Garden or Holborn.
London Underground, Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus and then east on the Central line Holborn.
Take the Northern line, northbound to Tottenham Court Road and then the Central Line east to Holborn.
From Kings Cross or Euston
Take the Piccadilly Line southbound to Holborn or Covent Garden.
From Liverpool Street
Take the Tube, Central line to Holborn.
If you've too much luggage to carry easily on and off trains or buses then you might consider a taxi from wherever you are. We recommend using a black cab. For Grosvenor House ask for 'Drury Lane, just before the junction with Great Queen Street'
The address details for your satellite navigation system are in the contact us box on the left. We also recommend using a route planner such as AA route planner, the RAC route planner, Green Flag route planner or any other.
Entering the Aldwych from the North
At the bottom of Kingsway take the right hand lane as you bear left into the Aldwych.
Follow the Aldwych round to the right (passing Australia House) and stay in the right hand lane as it splits (left hand lane signed for Waterloo Bridge).
Stay in the right hand lane as if going back up to the Kingsway (signed for XX).
Take up the left hand lane and turn left into Drury Lane by the Aldwych Theatre (currently showing Fame).
Grosvenor House is on the right hand side, just before the Prince of Wales pub.
Entering the Aldwych from other directions
The Aldwych acts as a large semi-circular roundabout at the bottom of Kingsway.
The turning into Drury Lane is the one before Kingsway on the north side, by the Aldwych Theatre.
Grosvenor House is on the right hand side as you go up Drury Lane, just before the Prince of Wales pub
Walking to LSE campus...
Duration: approximately 5 minutes
...and back to Grosvenor House
Duration: approximately 5 minutes
Leave Houghton Street past the Nat West Bank, turning right into the Aldwych.
Cross Kingsway at the crossing directly ahead of you and continue around the Aldwych, taking the next right into Drury Lane.
The residence is just before the Prince of Wales pub on the right hand side of the road.
For an interactive map, please visit this map of the local area.