From the moment we arrived we were welcomed and treated very well. We stayed in Room 4 which was separate and different from the other rooms. It was very large and comfortable! We stayed in this area to be closer to our daughter but would definitely return. The park was beautiful and it was nice to be in a neighborhood atmospjere. We did not eat dinner at York and Albany but certainly enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and lunch. If you want a unique boutique hotel experience, this is a great place.
Momof4H from Shreveport, LA. USA
This bed & breakfast is located in London (Hampstead - Camden Town), close to London Zoo, Selfridges, and London Business …More
Nice studio in the heart of the city. Great location, nice and clean room. Slightly noisy from the outdoor works and indoor thin walls.
Great cafés and food places around near the market. Would defo go stay again if there were any good deals as can be pretty expensive.
A from London
Atelier EC1 is a new five star environmentally friendly apartment development based in the heart of London-s thriving …More
Welcoming and wonderful staff, they gave impeccable service and great recommendations on restaurants!very close to the tube and short walk to Piccadilly circus and trafagler square. Definitely would stay there again.
julie from indianapolis,usa
This contemporary London hotel with a classical façade is located two blocks from Covent Garden and within walking distance …More
This building is just as beautiful and striking as it appears in images. In fact, it's possibly more impressive when you realise how idiosyncratically labyrinthine it is. After some confusion upon arrival (I checked in after 10pm and there was already someone else in my bed) I was reassigned to a 4 bed mixed dorm at the very top of the building. It seemed comically impossible to find, but after a few twists and turns, a non literal knight in literally shining armour, a walk-through shower room complete with hidden stairs, I chanced upon it! After a seriously tiring day of travelling under some uncharacteristically sweltering London sun, I was genuinely overjoyed to see the room had an electric fan. This was the single most impresive thing that room could possibly have had. I abandoned my stuff and went down to the bar to catch the end of the world cup final. Extra time and the atmosphere was electric - everyone rooting for Germany and not an empty seat in the place!I I only wish I had gotten to the hostel earlier to enjoy it in good company. The bar staff were laid back and friendly. My friend & I curled up on the sofas to chat long after the bar closed. I would definitely recommend this place. My room being overbooked was unfortunate, but it seemed like no big deal to the largely disinterested staff member I dealt with. I guess that is still preferable to dealing with someone who doesn't know how to handle these occurences. It all worked out well in the end.
Martha from Ireland
This hostel is located in London (Hampstead - Camden Town), close to Swiss Cottage Farmers' Market, London Zoo, and Lord's …More
"A very pleasant hotel close to St Pancras Station"
The foyer is tiny and gives a feeling of "Have I chosen a good Hotel?" Our room number 603 was more than great. It was huge, with very modern facilities. Automatic coffee machine, large choice of teas, well equipped fridge, comfortable bed and excellent view of the beautiful St Pancras Building. The housekeepers and reception staff were very helpful. Downside - the restaurant could be better, but there are lots of eateries very close to the hotel, which serve great meals at reasonable prices.
Tiddles from Brisbane Qld Australia
There is a sanctuary in the bustling heart of St Pancras: an oasis of fine wine and cuisine; luxury accommodation and …More
Great Staff, clean rooms, ready access to the Tube, and a breakfast prepared fresh every morning to your specifications. What's not to like? Almost forgot, St Pancras, the International Train Station, is only a short walk away as well.
doc martin fans from St Louis, MO USA
Located in the heart of London just a few minutes walk from the busy Euston station the gateway to the Midlands and North and …More