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All reviewskings crossst pancrasstair carpetenglish breakfastnear the train stationown bathroomtop floorbudget hotelbreakfast room isbritish libraryheavy luggageshort stayplenty of hot waterexcellent locationthird floorbreakfast includedrooms are small
Location was the best thing about it. The room was supposed to be a superior room but it was awful, tiny , no floor space round the bed, no duvet on the bed, bathroom was tiny, needed refurbishing and the shower head was disgusting. Breakfast...More
Response from CentralHotelLondon, Guest Relations Manager at Central HotelResponded 12 October 2017
We are very sorry to hear that you did not have a pleasant stay with us. The rooms are all of the same size and this is normal in all the hotels around this area. We do post pictures of the rooms so...More
This hotel is located one block from St. Pancras and King's Cross stations. The staff are friendly and helpful. My room was small but it was clean, included wifi, and had a coffee machine so I was happy with it. The shared bathrooms down the...More
Close to the railway stations.
Helpful staff on reception.
Clean but small room with tiny shower room. Ok for our two night stay but if staying longer with large bags storage would be a problem.
Comfy bed and warm room.
No lift which didnt bother...More
The location is ideal for St Pancras and Kings Cross stations. The room and shower were tiny; only 1 towel provided. However it did have all the amenities advertised.The room was on the second floor, very worn stair carpet, but the receptionist helped with my...More
I stayed here for one night. I was on the 2nd floor, and was able to take a small bag up to my room for the night and leave my bigger bag in the lobby. Carpeting on stairs could use replacement. My room, as described...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and