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Really convenient location, just a couple of minutes walk from Kings Cross St Pancras station. On a busy road but quiet inside. Nice spacious, clean room. Room felt cool in the evening but got very hot at night once we were in bed, even though...More
This was our first time in London and our first time staying at Premier Inn. The hotel is situated at an excellent location, right across the British Museum and the Kings Cross/St. Pancras stations. Our room was comfortable and clean and a good size for...More
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Highly convenient location, more or less opposite King's Cross/St.Pancras/British Library, and very close to Euston, this is a really great budget hotel. Although Premier Inns are no-frills, the bedroom was really smart, excellent condition, and good-sized. It was very quiet. Check in was a easy,...More
Had evening do at the Renaissance so called to book a room. 560£ per night was a bit steep so I stayed directly across the street at the Premier where my quite large room with full bath cost 400£ less. Perhaps it’s the illusion of...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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Go straight across the road to St Pancras/Kings Underground and go on the Piccadily Line (Blue colour on Underground system) and this will take you straight through to Leicester Square without having to change. Really easy... More
Go straight across the road to St Pancras/Kings Underground and go on the Piccadily Line (Blue colour on Underground system) and this will take you straight through to Leicester Square without having to change. Really easy. The hotel does have a pamphlet showing discounts at various venues and a map of the London Underground system. By a Travel Card which covers by tube and buses.