1 child under 12 is charged at a supplement, sharing with 2 adults.
All 373 of the hotel`s en-suite bedrooms have been furnished to an upper four star standard and have satellite TV, tea/coffee, air conditioning, iron/ironing board, hairdryer and direct dial telephone. The architect that built the hotel also designed the public areas on the Titanic. The hotels restaurant Fitzroy Dolls, which is named after him is said to be of similar design to the Titanic`s dining room. A stunning "West End" hotel just minutes from Covent Garden.
Boasting one of the capital`s most prestigious locations overlooking Russell Square gardens, this magnificent Victorian building has its imposing façade and has been renovated in recent years to a high standard. By staying at the Hotel Russell many places of interest and the West End are no more than a stones throw away. The Hotel was built in 1898 by architect Charles Fitzroy Doll. The lobby`s marbled staircase, ornate coved ceiling and gold detailing create an air of historical elegance.
BY TUBE: Russell Sq. (Piccadilly Line). The hotel is next to the station. Exit station and turn left. Turn left into Russell Square and the hotel entrance is on the left.
BY CAR: From A4 take the A501 following signs to Euston and Kings Cross. Opposite Euston Station turn right into Upper Woburn Place. Follow the road until you reach Russell Square Gardens. The hotel is on the left opposite the Gardens.
Check-in: 2pm Check-out: 12pm
The NCP on Coram Street is a 2 minute walk from the hotel. £20 per 24 hours.
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