Guest Houses & B&B in West Central London
WC1 hotels in London addresses are some of the most popular Central London location to be when on a visit to the UK capital. London itself generally is a very exciting place to stay and WC1 hotels provide a lot of convenience when you want to travel to any part of the city for business or leisure. Hotels in Russell Square WC1H and those hotels in WC1N, WC1X hotels, hotels and bed and breakfasts in WC1B can be classified as London Bloomsbury hotels. These accommodation properties have enviable locations because they put the traveller very close to a lot of places of interest and places of business.
Hotels in Covent Garden itself fall under London hotels in WC2 but if you want to spend not too much on accommodation but still want to be close to the Covent Garden, then the best places to stay are at the hotels in Russell Square and hotels near and within Holborn. The hotels near British Museum on Tavistock Square, the Guilford Street and the Bedford Road will all offer easy access to Covent Garden. Other popular hotels in London Russell Square WC1 include the Beauchamp hotel, Ambassadors in Bloomsbury and the Buckingham Hotel.
The Penn Club is a Members Club with a strong Quaker ethos, open to non-members for B&B. They are located just off Russell Square, close to the British Museum, the British Library, several buildings of the University of London and other attractions and places of interest. The Penn Club’s purpose is to provide premises in central London for the enjoyment of members and guests; and to foster a spirit of fellowship in accordance with its Quaker values.
The Ridgemount Hotel is conveniently situated in the Bloomsbury area of central London. Family run for the last 45 years the hotel is part of a Georgian Terrace, still owned by the Duke of Bedford. It is an excellent location for business or for pleasure.
The hotel has 32 clean and comfortable rooms, 15 of which are en-suite. All rooms are centrally heated, with a digital television. Hair dryers are also provided. Hot and cold drinks are available 24 hours in the lounge. The Ridgemount prides itself on the number of guests who return year after year.
George Hotel, close to Kings Cross Station and the Eurostar Terminal but tucked away just north of Russell Square on the edge of Bloomsbury in a classic curved crescent of Grade II listed Georgian town-houses (built c.1809 - 1811) overlooking gated gardens and tennis courts. These town-houses were once the homes of the wealthy but many are now converted to hotels and the George Hotel was formed as a result of the uniting of 3 of these buildings.