Euston is a fantastic central location for those wishing to explore the West End, Oxford street and the city. This four star Secret Hotel is within walking distance of Euston and King’s Cross St.Pancras stations, making it an ideal choice should you be travelling to and from London by rail.
The hotel features two restaurants, serving a diverse menu and an onsite bar where you can relax in the evenings. Service at this luxury hotel is second to none, with concierge, laundry and shoe shine services all available. Other facilities include a fitness center and meeting rooms, audio/visual equipment and secretarial services for those travelling on business. All needs are accommodated for, and should there be something lacking, staff will be happy to help.
These deluxe guest rooms are air conditioned and include high speed internet, hair dryer, iron and ironing board and refrigerator. Room service is of course offered.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Watching a show in in the West End is often many people´s most memorable experience of London. With so many great deals for family packages, there´s even more reason to treat your children. There are of course a huge list of ´must-sees´ but the Lion King is usually always top. With spectacular costume and set design, and it´s famous Disney soundtrack, it´s no wonder many people keep coming back for a slice of the magic.
Head to Kettner´s Champagne Bar in the heart of Soho for some traditional romancing. Book yourself into one of the private nooks and sample the finest champagnes from a list of over 100 suppliers. Extend your stay with dinner in the adjoined French restaurant and relax to the soothing live jazz music.
The Charles Dickens Museum, was the home of the great writer from 1837. It was also where he wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby. Take a tour to see various documents and memorabilia from one of the worlds most celebrated authors.
Organic food lovers will love Alara Wholefoods, in Bloomsbury. Stock up on all your favourite superfoods and organic cosmetics from brands such as Dr. Hauschka and Rescue Remedy. There is also a cafe at the back for a snack or morning coffee.
For eating out
Jamie’s Italian, founded by TV chef Jamie Oliver, has branches all over London. This relaxed chain is walk in’s only and always very busy. Unlike the other Italian chains, Jamie’s uses only the freshest ingredients,even the pasta is home made, and if you’re after something a bit different, the daily specials are to die for.
Scala, housed in a former cinema in King’s Cross, has had a string of famous bands play here before they were famous, such as the Foo Fighters and the Chemical Brothers. Because it used to be a cinema, wherever you end up, you’re sure to have a decent view of the band, and of course the acoustics are are pretty decent as well. Check online for upcoming events.