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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
Arrived at the Central Hotel, could not believe how close to St Pacras it was, so convenient for us. Greeted by a gentleman on reception, who checked us in, I mentioned that we would be leaving before breakfast in the morning, and he offered to...More
I recently stopped in London whilst I was completing the marathon. I was looking for somewhere that was centrally located and reasonably priced, I have to say this hotel ticked all the boxes.
The room I stayed in was fairly small but perfectly adequate for...More
1 Thank daryls1986
Response from CentralHotelLondon, Receptionist at Central HotelResponded 2 May 2017
First of all, thank you for choosing our hotel.
We are very delighted to hear we met your expectations and ticked all the boxes.
We hope to see you soon.
We had a wonderful stay in the hotel over the half term. The breakfast was delicious, the staff were welcoming and the room was clean. I would have liked the room to be of a slightly larger size but we had everything that we needed....More
I stayed for 17 days. The staff were very nice and it was nice to see the same faces. Because it is just steps from st pancras/kings cross it’s the most convenient place I have stayed in London. There are a number of subway lines,...More
I had previously been in a B&B in the nearby the days before, but thanks to weather conditions and to Ryanair's management of this kind of situations, I was forced to stay in London for a couple of days. I was looking for something similar...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