Euston station is in the north of Central London on the busy Euston Road, which runs across the top of Tottenham Court Road to Kings Cross. Euston exists between areas more than as a destination in itself, but it has easy access to plenty of attractions as well as great transport links. North of the station, Euston is mostly residential, and not particularly interesting. To the south is Tottenham Court Road leading to Oxford Street, which are two of the main shopping streets in London. There is also the academic hub of Gower Street, with UCL, Birkbeck College, the British Museum and many more. Just to the east of Euston is the transport hub Kings Cross and the British Library, which is the largest library in the world, and holds copies of every book published in English, as well as millions of other items.
Euston hotels are generally of a high quality, though most are clustered around the university area to the south and Kings Cross to the east. Set in a beautiful Victorian building 5 minutes walk away from the station, the Hilton London Euston Hotel is one of the more impressive in the area, holding four stars and a high customer satisfaction rating. Hilton hotels are generally of a high standard, and this one is no exception, boasting a great restaurant, 11 meeting rooms, a gym and a sauna.
The Ibis Hotel is a good economy option, being close to the station and perfectly comfortable. Somewhat unusually for a three star hotel, it is both comparatively cheap, and home to its own French cuisine restaurant. Further down the budgetary scale is the County Hotel is Russell Square, where the rooms are small, dated and cheap, and share bathrooms between four.
Euston railway station has national rail links to the West Midlands, northwest England, North Wales and parts of Scotland. Some of its main long-distance destinations include Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow. Euston tube station, and connected Euston Square station form an Underground hub between them. Euston lies between Great Portland Street and Kings Cross St. Pancras on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan Lines. It is also on the Victoria Line between Warren Street and Kings Cross, and on both branches of the Northern Line, between Mornington Crescent and Warren Street on the Charing Cross branch, and Camden Town and Kings Cross on the Bank branch.
Euston Station is in Zone 1 and it's under the jurisdiction of Camden Local Authority. The station, which has an array of attractive Euston hotels nearby is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line between Camden Town with its punk charm and King's Cross St Pancras which is one of the best connected stations in the UK.
On the Charing Cross branch it sits in between Mornington Crescent which is opposite the famous music venue Koko in Camden and Warren Street Station and on the Victoria Line you'll find it between Warren Street and King's Cross St Pancras.
Situated below Euston Mainline Rail Station which runs an over ground train service, Euston Tube Station has 6 platforms and should not be confused with Euston Square Tube Station which is nearby. Interestingly, Euston Road which is the location of Euston Station is on the London Edition of the Monopoly board game.
The British Library is only a brisk walk from many of the hotels near Euston Station. The building is modern and was commissioned in 1992 to house the growing British library collection which was formerly held at The British Museum.
Admission to the library is free but you can choose to pay for guided tours at The Kings Library which are interesting and highly detailed. There are regular lectures and exhibitions and some of the rarest and most precious books in the world are held in the building.
Less than half a mile away from The British Library and a short commute or vigorous walk from most Euston hotels is The Renoir Cinema at The Brunswick Centre and The London Canal Museum on New Wharf Road. The Renoir Cinema is part of the independent Curzon cinema group and shows art films and foreign films alongside the latest blockbuster releases. It is also in the famous Brunswick Shopping Centre which has many shops and eateries.
The London Canal Museum recounts the history of all of London's engineered waterways and is in a former Ice Warehouse which was built in the 1860s; resultantly Museum visitors can also learn about the ice importation industry. Natural ice from Norway was shipped to London before being distributed around London by horse and cart.
Vegetarian bargain hunters staying at hotels near Euston Station will be bowled over by Vegan Thai Buffet on Euston Road which offers all-you-can-eat deals and those with more carnivorous appetites who are staying in hotels near Euston station will be delighted by Davy's Wine Bar which is also on Euston Road and serves traditional English food.
Chop Chop Noodle Bar is also close to Euston hotels and serves quick and easy take away noodle and rice dishes at affordable prices while Pizza Express is a reliable chain Italian.
Those looking for a night out near Euston hotels will be pleased to know there's something for everyone. The Euston Flyer on Euston Road is a traditional British pub, as is The Green Man and The Rocket, both of which have outdoor seating.
Inside Euston Station is The Britannia Pub where drink and food deals are advertised regularly and gay friendly Glass Bar, specifically targeted at gay women is just a short walk away. It also has an extensive drinks menu.
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|4||Novotel London Euston||0.4km|
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