Affordable hotel opposite St. Pancras International railway station
Centrally located, the Fairway Hotel London is readily accessible for visitors arriving at both Kings Cross and St. Pancras International railway stations. These two stations serve Heathrow, Gatwick, and Luton airports directly.
Situated in a quiet street opposite the St. Pancras building, this bed and breakfast style establishment is conveniently positioned for those looking to enjoy the city on a budget.
The hotels 32 guestrooms include some with en-suite bathroom and others with shared facilities. Those sharing a bathroom, known as basic rooms, are less expensive. Wireless internet access and colour television is provided throughout the hotel as are complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel reception is able to provide alarm clocks, travel adaptors, irons, and hairdryers on request. A full English breakfast is served complimentary each morning.
The establishment has been run by the Caruana family for three generations. The family has a focus on providing great service to all guests including those travelling internationally. As such, receptions staff are able to communicate in a number of additional languages, including Italian, French, Turkish, Arabic, Russian, and Ukrainian.
Those hoping to see the sites of the capital will be pleased with the location of the Fairway Hotel London. Almost anything a visitor can hope to see can be reached in a few short minutes, either via the underground and bus services or on foot.
Visitors looking to enjoy a taste of history can make their way to the British Museum, home to the Rosetta Stone and thousands of other artefacts, and the British Library. Both of these are within a short walking distance. The latter is actually only one minute away. Slightly further afield, but still a short trip thanks to the Underground, visitors can be enthralled by the Museum Mile, which features the likes of the Natural History Museum and Science Museum.
Those with a trigger-happy photographers finger will want to see as many of the city landmarks as possible. A hop-on/hop-off open top bus tour is ideal for this. Visitors can alight at many locations throughout the city. Hop-off at Westminster and the likes of the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey can all be found. On foot from here a wide range of other landmarks can be reached, including the Tower of London, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, and Piccadilly Circus.
Entertainment seekers should make their way to the West End where numerous theatres and playhouses can be found. The range of shows on offer is vast, including everything from musicals to monologues. Music fans may enjoy a trip to Camden Town, an area rich with musical heritage and live venues.
Shoppers can make their way to Oxford Street, which can be reached on foot through Bloomsburys many garden squares, where a wide range of UK retailers have flagship stores. For something a little more upmarket, Knightsbridge houses Harrods and Harvey Nichols, two world-famous department stores.
As well as all of this, the Fairway Hotel London also lends itself to easy access of beautiful parks, sporting venues, colourful districts, and a plethora of other sights and sounds.