Because this is an apartment hotel, the minimum stay is a week but it's worth it since London needs at least a week to do it justice anyway. Located a couple of minutes walk from Euston Station, close to buses and train stations, there is nowhere in London that isn't easily accessible from this charming place. The British Museum and British Library are both just a few minutes walk. Pretty Tavistock Square is just half a block away on the same street.
The flat my daughter and I stayed in consisted of a large corner suite, full sized bathroom, bed/sitting room, fully equipped small kitchen and an entrance foyer. Furniture was basic IKEA but comfortable. Everything was clean, I appreciated the heated towel bars. Linens were changed once during our 9 day stay. It's not Claridges but it's very comfortable and the price is excellent for the area. There's a Waitrose supermarket is nearby Brunswick Square and there are several smaller mom and pop grocery stores even closer. The concierges are all pleasant but not terribly helpful as this isn't really a hotel. The Hilton Hotel right next door is a good source of tourist information. There are plenty of good restaurants (North Sea, Ravi Shankar) and cafes (Wot the Dickens, Alara, Planet Organic) nearby if you don't want to cook.
The wireless internet service we were told they have is very spotty, our only complaint.
Altogether an excellent choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A central London residential building with 180 flats, 85 of which are let short term with a minimum stay of 7 nights.Ranging from studios (sleeping up to 3) to a family suite which sleeps up to 8. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Endsleigh Court Hotel London