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This hotel is fine. The rooms are basic; bed, desk, very small tv and bathroom. But they are clean and the beds are comfortable. there is no A/C but the wifi was included and worked well. This hotel has a room that sleeps 4; one...More
This family-run hotel in the Duke of Bedford's block of hotels and residences near the British Museum was a very pleasant surprise. Yes, the rooms have character, smallish but our room was perfectly adequate for two friends sharing a room. The quiet atmosphere was enhanced...More
I know London is expensive but I expected a bit more for my 120 pounds a night than the bedsit experience I had in the 1980s. The rooms were clean though dated, with old carpeting and furniture. Bathroom was clean but I wouldn't want to...More
This private hotel was a real find, just a short walk from Russell square. The room on the first floor was small yet very clean. As with all styles of this hotel in London the bathroom was compact yet very clean with a great shower....More
My daughter and I just spent three nights at this hotel. It is situated on a quiet road just around the corner from the British Museum and a block from Russell Square and pretty much equidistant from the Russell Square, Euston, and Goodge Street Tube...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$132 - US$251 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#155 Family Hotel in London
#311 Romantic Hotel in London
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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
There is no parking right outside the hotel, but there is underground parking available approx 3 minutes away from the hotel. If you show them your receipt that you stayed at the hotel, you only have to pay £15 for 24 hours... More
There is no parking right outside the hotel, but there is underground parking available approx 3 minutes away from the hotel. If you show them your receipt that you stayed at the hotel, you only have to pay £15 for 24 hours parking. Hope I helped.
Hey Julie, This was our first time to London. So we did the usual tourist stuff during the day and relaxed during the evening time. Our daughter was there for 3 months studying abroad, so we let her show us around. Like John... More
Hey Julie, This was our first time to London. So we did the usual tourist stuff during the day and relaxed during the evening time. Our daughter was there for 3 months studying abroad, so we let her show us around. Like John said there are plenty of places to eat. We like the Night and Day restaurant around the corner. If you have time, take a bus or walk to Honest Burger just a mile or so away. It was great food. The city mapper app is awesome and I highly recommend it. It will let you know how long it will take to walk, tub, or bus to any location in London. We used it every day.