This budget property offers simple rooms in the centre of London and is ideal for students and backpackers. The low prices mean that visitors can spend more money on the eclectic attractions of London without having to worry about whether they can pay their room bill at the end of it. The hotel comprises of a breakfast room and a pleasant patio and garden area, where guests can meet up with fellow visitors or just relax on the summer evenings. The breakfast room serves a traditional English breakfast but a Continental breakfast is also available, setting guests up nicely for a busy day of sightseeing.
By far the hotel's best quality is its central location. The hotel is situated in the centre of the West End area close to Theatreland. The British Museum is just along the road with the shops and market place of Covent Garden a little way further. Fans of spending will also be pleased to learn that Oxford Street, the city's biggest commercial area is also a short walk away, whilst Madam Tussauds and The London Zoo are within the extended area. The nearest tube station is Goodge Street on the Northern Line, which is less than a 5 minute walk from the hotel, meaning that guests can find themselves at the rest of the city's attractions - Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Greenwich - in virtually no time at all.
West End, central London. Nearest tube station is Goodge Street on the Northern Line.
television - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving to the Langland Hotel by air should take the appropriate Express Service into the centre of London. The Gatwick Express runs to Victoria in 30 minutes whilst the Heathrow Express takes just half of that to get to Paddington. From Paddington guests can take the Bakerloo Line to Oxford Circus where they can switch onto the Victoria Line to go one stop to Warren Street. From here guests can take the Northern Line to Goodge Street. Those arriving through Victoria can take the Victoria Line to Warren Street where they can do the same. On leaving Goodge Street tube station guests should walk down Chenies Street and turn right onto Gower Street. The walk should take no longer than 5 minutes. Alternatively taxi services are available from all of the city's airports and major train stations.
Those making their own way to the city by car will find that the most direct route through central London is to leave the M25 at Junction 16 and take the M40 and subsequently the A40 towards central London. Guests should stay on the A40 until it becomes the A501 Euston Road. Guests should then turn right onto the A400 Gower Street where they will come across the hotel after a short drive.