With 380 available guest rooms the Ibis London Euston is a large property catering to an even larger number of guests. Consequently it doesn't offer much of a personalised service but guests will find the quality of rooms and all facilities and amenities most welcoming, nonetheless. The rooms all have their own bathrooms and television, maintaining a style that is pleasant and comfortable, despite being in keeping with the hotel's uniform aesthetic.
The hotel has its own restaurant called La Table Rouge serving seasonal French cuisine in the evenings, meaning that guests don't have to go far to find a quality meal (though if they do they will be spoilt for choice as the area is surrounded by restaurants of all manner). The hotel also provides an all-you-can-eat breakfast between 6.30 and 10am, setting you up for a long day of sight-seeing. In the evening the bar is open for drinks, allowing guests to socialise with other parties staying in the hotel. For the travelling business person there are two meeting rooms, both of which are equipped with WiFi for your convenience.
The hotel is located within walking distance of the British Library and The London Zoo as well as King's Cross St. Pancras, which offers a comprehensive list of transport services including National Rail and Eurostar services. The area itself is very metropolitan, with lots of shopping and dining options. Areas such as the chic Chelsea and the prestigious Kensington are easily accessible by tube, as is the popular tourist destination of Greenwich. The nearest tube station is Euston on the Northern and Victoria Lines, providing guests with convenient access to the rest of the city.
St. Pancras, central London. Nearest tube station is Euston on the Northern and Victoria Lines.
WiFi - business centre - pets allowed - safety deposit boxes - faxing service - meeting rooms - restaurant - bar
There are 100 parking spaces.
WiFi - television - satellite/cable channels - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving to Ibis London Esuton by air can take the appropriate Express service into the city. The Gatwick Express runs to Victoria station with a journey time of about 30 minutes and the Heathrow Express runs to Paddington in just half of that. Guests arriving through Paddington should take the Bakerloo Line to Oxford Circus where they can switch onto the Victoria Line to continue their journey to Euston. Those arriving through Victoria need only to take the Victoria Line directly through to Euston station. On exiting, guests should turn left and walk down Eversholt Street, turning right at the bottom of the road onto Euston Road and right again onto Cardington Street.
Those driving to the hotel should exit the M25 at Junction 16 and take the M40 and subsequently the A40 towards and through central London. Guests should stay on the A40, continuing as it becomes the A501. Just after passing Regent's Park guests should turn left onto Euston Square, which leads to Cardington Street.