The Garth Hotel London differentiates itself from other budget hotels in the area with its eclectic use of antique furniture, traditional artworks and random bric-a-brac to create a cosy and homely feel. The grade-II listed building was constructed in the 1800s and was the birthplace of famous potter William de Morgan, and is situated in the literary and historical London district of Bloomsbury. Bloomsbury is arguably one of the best locations for first-time visitors and sightseeing tourists, given its proximity to the West End, Covent Garden and central London, as well as its position within walking distance of several tube stations. Notable nearby attractions include Soho, the National Gallery and London Zoo, as well as plenty of small and vibrant restaurants, bars and shops.
The rooms at the Garth Hotel are of a medium size and share the decor of the public spaces, with vases, ornaments and wall hangings that compliment the Georgian features of the building and create an authentic experience. All 17 rooms have an ensuite bathroom, and different sizes are available up to a family room for 4. In-room amenities are basic but do include WiFi access, air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities.
WiFi access is available throughout the building, and there is a breakfast room that opens each morning to serve a filling and delicious breakfast. Guests can store their luggage at reception if necessary, and there is an attractive landscaped garden on the premises for when you just want to relax and get away from the stresses of the city. The hotel is very popular with younger travellers and those on a budget, due to its essential amenities and great central location.
Nearest stations are Euston Square (Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City) and Goodge Street (Northern).
WiFi access - luggage storage - garden - breakfast room
WiFi access - air conditioning - television - hairdryer - tea and coffee maker