Hotel Megaro

Address: Belgrove Street, London, England, WC1H 8AB, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Northwest/Regent Park area of London, is near British Library, Foundling Museum, London Canal Museum, and Gay's the Word.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Megaro London

    Reviewed by jroggeveen

    great hotel

    Reviewed Jul 11, 2014
    by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

    I always find it difficult to pick a hotel sight unseen over the internet. no matter how good the research i am always nervous until we get here. The Megaro is great! a bit funky. big room. Christian is on the sofa bed and E was supposed to sleep with him but he appropriated the chaise lounge that was part of the sofa. so they both have their own sleeping space. There is a little closet with an espresso maker in it, as well as a tiny bar fridge, kettle, teapot and loose tea. Lovely! I've made a pot every day. :) The water temperature in the shower on Day 1 was too hot for COlin, so just short of boiling. we asked at the front desk and they had it fixed when we came back at the end of the day. Very nice service. Bonus is that we are on the 6th/top floor in the corner. It's a bit loud (ammbulance going by as I type this) bbut the view is awesome. WE look right out at King's Cross station, with St Pancras to the left. Huge corner window and 4 other windows.
    The attached restaurant, Karpo, is quite small, quirky, and has a small menu. But it is cozy and friendly and the food is excellent. Favourites are the cherry & vanilla pancakes, the banana pecan muffin, and the fruit smoothies. Had supper there tonight and Colin declared teh pork chop to be one the top 2 he has evver eaten. My rabbit pie was very tasty and E's mussels were devoured.

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    Reviewed by tanyaboyer

    6th floor with a view

    Reviewed May 20, 2014
    by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    A lot of street noise

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Megaro London

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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