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Euston Square Hotel
152-156 North Gower Street
Euston
London

NW1 2LU | View map
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Less than 500 metres from London Euston Station, the hotel was fully renovated in 2008/2009 and now offers free Wi-Fi and light, stylish and modern air-conditioned rooms. The Euston Square Hotel has a superb location, just a short walk from the British Museum, Regent's Park, Oxford Street and the theatres of the West End. Euston Square London Underground station is just metres away and the hotel is also just over half a mile (1 km) from King's Cross Railway Station and St Pancras International, London's Eurostar terminal.

All of the stylish and contemporary rooms have LCD digital flat-screen TVs with impressive built-in entertainment systems, featuring an online music library, a TV games console and email internet, and business services via TV. Each room has a hairdryer, tea/coffee and eco-friendly showers with ordinary and high-pressure water settings, as well as 3 different showerhead settings The modern restaurant and bar offers delicious, freshly prepared food.

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