Budget B&B style hotel close to Kings Cross and Euston railway stations
Converted from three Georgian townhouses, the George Hotel London is located Cartwright Gardens, a quiet suburban neighbourhood on the edge of the Bloomsbury district.
As well as sitting amongst some picturesque gardens and parks, the location is also idea for those arriving in the city via public transport. Kings Cross and Euston railway stations, which are situated close by, are travel hubs for visitors arriving from other parts of the UK whilst St. Pancras International links to continental Europe via the Eurostar high speed train.
The bed and breakfast style hotel features 50 guestrooms, all of which include a range of facilities to improve your stay. Freeview television, direct dial telephone, free wireless internet connectivity, tea and coffee making facilities, and an in-room safe are amongst those added extras featured.
The hotel lounge features a computer terminal with free internet access for those wishing to keep in touch with friends and family back home. Guests are entitled to make use of the private front garden and tennis courts provided by the hotel. Breakfast is served daily with the option of continental or traditional cooked styles.
Despite being situated close to the University of London which sees an on-going stream of students flood the streets during the day, the George Hotel London actually provides a quiet and comfortable stay. Cartwright Gardens is tucked just away from the main thoroughfare which means footfall is lessened greatly.
The establishments location is prime for those looking to visit the major districts and landmarks of the city whether by foot or underground rail. The British Museum, which houses thousands of spectacular artefacts from around the world including a stunning collection of Ancient Egyptian antiquities, is a short walk from the hotel. Its also a pleasant walk as visitors pass through a number of picturesque squares and historic buildings. The British Library is even closer, situated on Euston Road just a few hundred metres from the hotel doorstep.
The ever-busy Oxford Street, home to many of the UKs largest retailers, can be reached in about 15 minutes on foot. Here flocks of tourists arrive to check out the latest London fashions. Oxford Street is also the gateway to the West End, which is populated by a vast number of theatres showcasing some of the worlds finest musicals, plays, and shows. Any visitor to the capital should have this district on their to-do list.
Those a little less keen on using their feet as a mode of transport will find the London Underground, or tube, a very efficient method of getting around the city. Russell Square, Euston, and Euston Square underground stations are all very close to the hotel. From these stations visitors can make their way to any of the citys numerous landmarks.
Luscious green spaces such as Hyde Park and Regents Park, stunning landmarks like St. Pauls Cathedral and Tower Bridge, venues to wine and dine, and a vibrant nightlife are all just a short distance from the George Hotel London thanks to the public transport network.