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I've stayed at this hotel 5 times, starting in the mid-1990s, and have been happy with each visit. As others mention, the location is great. If you're arriving at Heathrow, just get on the Piccadilly line and stay on it until Russell Square, then you...More
There's a warm, friendly atmosphere in this hotel that made me feel immediately at home. The staff seem happy to work there too, which is always a good sign. The single room I stayed in was compact, but had everything I needed. The hotel has...More
The Hotel is pretty central, only 10 minutes walk from St. Pancras/King's Cross mainline Stations, and is uite easily reached by Underground, too.
Check-in to the converted Townhouse was quick and efficient, and due to the nature of the building, the rooms were somewhat quirky...More
I had stayed in the Harlingford Hotel years ago and remembered it to be a cosy, family run hotel in a great location. On this occasion I was with my husband and two teenage boys and the location of the hotel suited us perfectly being...More
We were in London for a concert plus a couple of days sightseeing. This converted Georgian Townhouse in a quiet street in Bloomsbury proved to be very conveniently located. It's less than 10 minutes walk from Kings Cross/ St Pancras so useful if you're arriving...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
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Hi I think there is some confusion here. My review was on the Harlingford Hotel in London. From your question I'm assuming you are flying into Berlin which is in a different country. There is possibly a Harlingford Hotel... More
Hi I think there is some confusion here. My review was on the Harlingford Hotel in London. From your question I'm assuming you are flying into Berlin which is in a different country. There is possibly a Harlingford Hotel there but as it wasn't the hotel I reviewed I am unable to help with your question.
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"Top floor has very steep stairs - not suitable for small children"