I stayed at this hotel in April with my husband and 15 year old daughter for 1 night as we were going to see Oliver at the Drury Lane Theatre (which was brilliant). Previously we have stayed at the Hyde Park Radnor but this time I wanted somewhere within walking distance of the theatre. It took us about 15 minutes to walk from Euston station to the hotel. The lady on reception was polite and helpful. Our room wasn't quite ready and as we had bought sandwiches at the station, she suggested we walk to nearby Russell Square where we could buy tea/coffee and eat them there. Russell square is like a very small park with a cafe and fountains so this was a nice way to pass half an hour. We were allocated a room on the third floor at the back of the hotel. I had requested a quiet room in my email and they had replied straight away that that was fine. There isn't a lift but we needed the exercise anyway. The room was nice and clean and spacious even though they had had to put a single in as well for my daughter. Our bed was 6' wide and had lovely soft pillows and nice white bed linen. There were tea/coffee making facilities. The bathroom was spacious and had a bath which you often don't get. There was a small selection of toiletries provided and plenty of towels (although the bath towels were a bit small). The room was warm but there is air conditioning if you need it. In the morning we went down to the breakfast room in the basement. It was nice and clean though not all that big. It wasn't busy when we were there though. The waitress was polite and efficient. There was a selection of cereals, yoghurts, juices, fresh fruit etc and we had a nice english breakfast. It only took us about 15 minutes or so to walk to the theatre on our first evening and it was nice to be able to walk back afterwards and not use the tube. We had had dinner at a nice Italian restaurant called Paradiso which was just around the corner from the hotel in Store Street. The staff were polite and efficient and the food good especially the desserts which were lovely. We went to the Victoris and Albert museum whilst in London which we enjoyed. There is so much to see there. They have a very good cafe too and also a small garden outside with a fountain where you can buy coffee/cakes etc. It was lovely sitting out there soaking up the sun. On the second evening before we went home we had dinner at another Italian restaurant in Charlotte Street called Bertorelli's. This was only about 5 minutes walk from the hotel and again the food/service was very good. There are several nice restaurants on Charlotte street. It was ideal being able to walk back to Euston and not worry about tubes and taxis. We would definitely stay at the Staunton hotel again.
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