Euston Square Hotel

152-156 North Gower Street, London, NW1 2ND, United Kingdom
(3 star hotel)
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Pleasant (2.5 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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A Good Affordable Hotel by London Standards

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 21, 2013

I picked this hotel primarily because of its outstanding location in the Bloomsbury district of London. It was not really expensive by London's standards but it the cheapness comes at a price. The rooms here are tiny. This was possibly the smallest room I have ever stayed. I could barely stand in the washroom well doing my toiletries. It is hard to believe I spent 6 nights here but then again I hardly spent any waking hours in the hotel room. One does not come to one of the most exciting cities in the world to spend much time at the hotel. If you are going to enjoy a city like London, then why spend so much time in the hotel.

Unique Quality: The Euston Square had a tube station at its door step. The staff was reasonably friendly. There was a pub of sorts on site. I watched the 2010 World Cup match between the USA and England here. (when in England and you are cheering for the opposing countries team, do so quietly).

Directions: North of the University of London. Right over top of Euston tube station. Just of couple of hundred meters east of Euston train station

DREADFUL STAY - DO NOT BOOK HERE!

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 3, 2009

What a dreadful hotel - please do NOT stay here. The rooms could not be locked due to a problem with the locking system. The rooms were cramped with no room to even move round the bed. I had no tea and coffee making facilities of towels on arrival! The bed linen was dirty and had a huge cigarette burn in it. The carpet was disgusting - very unclean. he reception staff were extremely unhelpful. DO NOT stay at this appalling hotel.

Unique Quality: none - a terrible cramped hotel with poor service

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Decent Hotel - Handy Location

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 30, 2007

I stayed just the one night at the Euston Square Hotel.
The 'single executive' room was £84 including breakfast, not too bad considering it is in London and I booked only a few days before hand.
I booked the hotel via www.booking.com, I noticed the rooms may cost more if booked directly off the hotel website.
Payment for your room is taken at check in.
Check in and out was quick with no hassle.

The hotel is in an old looking building. Some of the staircases look as if they could do with a lick of paint and the entrance area is a little shabby looking but the rooms themselves are comfortable, modern looking and very clean.
The rooms have a safe, tea/coffee making facilities, fan, heating and tv with internet access (at an additional cost)
Strangely there was no hotel information given in the room, all I was given was the breakfast times. More worryingly, there were no fire escape notices in the room. I'm surprised this isn't a legal requirement!

Breakfast is served in the FAB bar area (dodgy name for a bar but still....). The food was nice if a bit limited in choice; cereal, ham, cheese, fruit salad, coffee and juice.

Unique Quality: The best feature of this hotel is its location. It is above Euston Square underground station, about 2 minutes walk from Euston main line station and on a main road....this also has its downside as it can get quite noisy, be prepared to hear station announcements etc late on at night and early in the morning!

To sum up, it is an ideal hotel for one or two nights and a reasonable cost at a good location. Its never going to win any awards but it does the job.

Directions: Couple of minutes walk from Euston main line station on the corner of North Gower street and Euston Road

Cheap for London but not great

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 20, 2004

This place is down the end of Tottenham Court Road. The staff are lovely but the rooms are very small and frankly not as described on the net. It has 3 stars though deserves far less. Only reason to stay is price (ý70) per night and friendliness of staff.

Don't bother with breakfast - go out and about you are in london!

Unique Quality: Small Rooms

In middle of refurb as of April 2004

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Address: 152-156 North Gower Street, London, NW1 2ND, United Kingdom

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Amenities at Euston Square Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Business Services
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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