Premier Inn London Euston

Address: 1 Dukes Road, London, England, WC1H 9PJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is near British Library, Wellcome Collection, Grant Museum of Zoology, and Foundling Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Premier Inn London Euston

    Average 3 star hotel

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    You probably already know this, but incase you don't, the link above, which says Hotel Photo's is of another hotel. Don't know what it's doing here! I stayed at the Premier Travel Inn London - Euston in July 2006. I paid 75 for a double room. I would say the hotel is average for what you pay. There was nothing I disliked about it. The goods things were: the location and the room was clean and quiet. The size of the room was averagel. The optional full English breakfast was 7.50. Wish I woke up in time! They stop serving breakfast at 9am weekdays and 10am on weekends. I had to pay for the room at check in. Checking out was simple as all you need to do is desposit your room card in a box. Therefore I took advantage of this and checked out at 1pm instead of midday. It's worth a night at this hotel as it's not too expensive.

    Good hotel for business

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    The location and service is good. The room is much better than normal hotel, but the price is a little high.

    Great value

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    Stayed here for 3 nights. Staff were very friendy, welcoming and helpful. Room was clean, very quiet and fairly modern. Would highly recommend for a budget stay in London and i will definitely stay here again.

    A Good Budget Choice

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    It is really quite hard to find a Central London hotel which offers a dependable standard of accommodation for less than 90 a night including full breakfast. It is even harder if you are travelling with the family and want a room that will sleep 3 or 4 people in comfort and not on put u ups. The Travel Inn group are a good reliable choice in the budget end of the market. We often stay in a Travel Inn when we are en route somewhere. You know exactly what you're going to get. A room of reasonable size, colour tv, tea&coffee making, clean decent bathroom and modern Ikea like furniture. For people with children they are a great bargain because you can generally get a family room for 4 at a cost of around 45 without breakfast. In London their price is a bit higher.

    This TI is right opposite Euston Station on the Euston Road and is 5 minutes walk from the Bloomsbury and the restaurants of Soho. I paid 75 for the room and 6.95 for the full English breakfast which was good.

    The welcome from reception was very nice and professional and set the tone. There is a good bar on the premises and a restaurant where you can get dinner, but I didn't try that.

    Don't pick a Travel Inn if you are looking for a romantic weekend or pampering luxury. Do pick one though if you are in London for some solid sightseeing and are just looking for somewhere clean,comfortable and quiet to sleep, especially if you've got children.

    I'd stay here again.

    Good value for money

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    THe hotel is located close to two major London train stations and is very convenient. We found the staff at Travel Inn to be very friendly and efficient. The room was clean and quite adequate. The optional breakfast buffet is excellent and good value for money. Overall the hotel clearly has good standards and tries to ensure that they are met. This is a good place to stay if you are on a budget and want to be close to major transport in London.

    Great location, basic hotel has everything you need

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    This hotel is 2 minute walk from Euston station and 5 minute walk from King's Cross St Pancreas which will connect you to anywhere you want to go. There is a laundromat 3 minute walk away, pubs everywhere and Waterstones - massive bookshop just a couple of blocks away. The room is clean, new and has everything you need including wireless internet at no extra cost, kettle with coffee and tea making facilities and you can store your luggage on the day you arrive or leave. This is a chain of hotels so there are no personal touches and the reception staff are pushing you through like a production line. You also have to pay upfront rather than at the end of your stay. But for the price and location it's great.

    Very good experience

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    Stayed at hotel on two occasions in June 2004 for a total of about 5 nights. Overall, the experience was very good. For London, the prices aren't bad. Hotel is just a few minutes walk from both King's Cross and Euston train stations, so even though you aren't in the thick of the tourist area, you can take train rides wherever you need to go. Hotel staff were busy(for good reason), but friendly and helpful. Got the impression that mostly UK folks stay in Travel Inns (this is a good thing). I don't think hotel books things like bus tours for you, but there are plenty of other ways to accomplish that in London. Rooms was quiet except for some trash cans banging some times in the mornings. Hotel, rooms, bathrooms, etc all were kept very clean. Would definitely stay in this hotel again. Check their web site for current prices.

    Excellent value for money

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    I just stayed here in November 2003. Things must have changed since the previous reviewer was there! I found the staff friendly and helpful.

    The food was plentiful and while the menu was not extensive there was enough choice to satisfy all but the most picky of guests. The room was plain, but very clean and there were the usual tea and coffee making facilities. This hotel is just across the street from Euston Station and is very accessible. The best thing is that the rooms are very quiet. There was no noise from adjacent rooms or from the street. This is not an easy to find in London.

    Never again!!!!!

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    I had the misfortune to stay at this hotel in 2002The restaurant is appalling, From having to stand in line waiting for a table things did not improve once we were seated.The staff being completely indifferent to the needs of their guests.Most of the vacated tables at breakfast were overflowing with dirty dishes,and little or no attempt was made to clear them.The waiters were surly and sloppy......and that was on a good day!I'm sure a budget hotel does not have to be as bad as this one was,however from a personal observation this was strictly a "one off" experience that I definitely will not repeat.

    Steer clear

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    This hotel is a retrofitted office building, close to St. Pancras and King's Cross, but lacking in much else to speak of. We came as part of a group - the rooms are very small and in need of updating. There is no lobby to speak of. The AC was dysfunctional and never repaired during the 3 night stay. The room reeked of cigarette smoke - the non-smoking sign was clearly for entertainment only. Spreads and towels were shabby. It may be cheap, but steer clear.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn London Euston

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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