Affordable hotel situated in Londons Bloomsbury district
Located between Euston and Russell Square underground stations, the County Hotel London offers visitors inexpensive lodgings with excellent city links.
Consisting of 175 bedrooms, this 2-star establishment is popular with city visitors looking for a bit of a bargain. Rooms are simple yet functional. A television, telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities are including with all rooms, whilst some also have internet access. On request guests may be provided with an iron, trouser press, mini-fridge, or hairdryer.
Bathroom facilities are communal with each bathroom/toilet room being shared between four bedrooms.
The hotel includes a restaurant that is available to guests and the public. Breakfast is included in the price of a stay. The restaurant bar is open from 11:30 in the morning until 11 at night, although it is closed on a Sunday.
Whilst the hotel does not feature car parking, guests are entitled to park at one of its sister hotels, the Imperial Hotel (Russell Square), Royal National Hotel (Bedford Way), and Bedford Hotel (Southampton Row), all of which are close by.
Whilst facilities are somewhat sparse at the hotel, theres no denying that it is fantastically positioned offering easy access to any of Londons premium tourist attractions, as well as excellent links to the rest of the UK.
The County Hotel London is located in the picturesque Bloomsbury district. This region is punctuated with beautiful garden squares and fine townhouses featuring splendid architecture. Its also within walking distance of the very heart of the city of London.
For those with a keenness for all things historical, both the British Library and the British Museum are within strolling distance. The British Library on Euston Road contains fascinating and archaic books and manuscripts as well as some excellent free exhibitions. The British Museum on Great Russell Street is home to a treasure trove of historical artefacts, books, and displays. Such is the vastness of the museum its recommended you give yourself a full day if you plan on visiting.
For those less interested in history and more charmed by entertainment, Londons West End is a comfortable walk, or two stops on the underground away. Here youll find an almost never ending supply of theatres, playhouses, and performance venues. Well, it is known as Theatreland after all. Be sure to take in a musical or play whilst youre in the city. Londons theatre rivals that of New Yorks Broadway.
If youre more interested in retail therapy, Oxford Street, the number on shopping street in the whole of Europe, lays just a short walk away. Here youll find an assortment of chain stores and independent retailers. Theres also a collection of souvenir shops. The adjoining Bond Street and Regent Street also provide a fine range of shops, whilst the latter also gives visitors access to Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, and Covent Garden, three attractions that any tourist would be happy to see.
If thats not enough, the County Hotel London is also located in a manner that will allow you to visit any other part of the city. Just head over to Euston railway and underground station and pick your destination.