Accommodation & Travel
There are many hotels in the London Vauxhall area, with a range of prices and availability.
The GESGB would advise you to look on booking.com for accommodation that would suit your budget and requirements.
Please note: accommodation books up quickly in this area and we suggest you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment!
The Kia Oval is located in London Vauxhall with easy access to and from Central London by public transport. When arriving at the venue please ensure you head to the Alec Stewart Gate entrance on Harleyford Road. For the best directions launch the location in Google Maps and input the venue postcode: SE11 5SS
You can get to the venue using public transport; either tube, train or bus.
Directions from Vauxhall Station:
When leaving the station walk through the tunnel towards Kennington. Cross at the traffic lights and walk down Harleyford Road to your right. As you walk down the road you will see the Kia Oval on your left and the Alec Stewart Gate is situated on the corner.
Tube: Victoria Line
National Rail: South Western Railway
Buses: 2, 36, 77, 87, 88, 156, 196, 185, 344, 360, 436
Directions from Oval Station:
Turn left out of the station and cross at the traffic lights. Continue walking left down Harleyford Road and the Oval is on your right hand side. The Alec Stewart Gate is situated on the far side of the grounds so please continue to walk round the ground. The gate will be on your right.
Tube: Northern Line
Buses: 36, 155, 185, 333, 436
Almost all of London public transport can be paid for by using an Oyster Card or a contactless credit/debit card. Trains and tube journeys can be purchased as paper tickets, but it is often cheaper and easier to pay with an Oyster or contactless card.
Outside the UK
Getting to the venue from outside the UK is also an easy and stress free option, with London Gatwick, London Heathrow and London Stansted. Accessing The Kia Oval from the airport can be done through the express train service from Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted that run regularly throughout the day into Central London, then getting a short tube journey to the venue.