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Euston Station Hotels

Euston Station is a major railway and underground station in central London, close to King’s Cross, Regent’s Park and Bloomsbury attractions like the British Museum.

The surrounding neighborhood is full of budget hotels and tends to attract travelers in their early 20s and families with young children.


£ 40-80
££ 80 – 200
£££ 200 – 350
££££ 350 – 600+

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County Hotel
Upper Woburn Place, London WC1H 0JW
With one bathroom to every four guest rooms in this simply furnished 175-room hotel, it’s clean, efficient and about one step above a hostel. A cozy, homey lobby bar serves traditional pub meals for about £3.50.

Royal National Hotel
Bedford Way, London WC1H 0DG
More of a small town within London than merely a hotel, with 1630 simply-furnished, ensuite rooms ranging from singles to triples; breakfast is included with all room rates. Here you’ll find two restaurants — Indian and Chinese dim sum — a coffee cafe that serves fresh-baked pizzas, a pub and beer garden, and a cocktail bar. Nearby, there’s a guest-discounted health club with pool, and a bowling alley. There’s also an ATM, bureau de change and a foyer of shops.

Euston Square Hotel
152-156 North Gower Street, London, NW1 2LU
75 ensuite guest rooms in a series of Edwardian townhouses, featuring free wi-fi and A/C; 4 rooms and the on-site restaurant (which features international cuisine with several vegetarian options) have been specifically designed for disabled access.

81-103 Euston Street, London, NW1 2EZ
A conference center that features a 4-star, 28-room boutique hotel; rooms are stylish, comfortable and roomy, and include breakfast. The on-site restaurant serves a wide array of organic, local and fair trade foods and beverages.

Thistle Euston
Cardington Street, Euston, London NW1 2LP
With 362 rooms ranging from standard to executive, accessible to family, there’s room for everyone at this hotel. The hotel has been entirely updated, but still feels a bit tired in terms of design; nonetheless, rooms are quiet and everything above the exceptionally narrow twin beds are quite comfortable. Dining/drinking options are far more stylish, especially the airy brasserie and neo-Art Deco lobby lounge.


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