Queens Hotel enjoys a fabulous location in tree lined exclusive North London within easy reach of some of London's attractions including London Zoo, Regents Park, trendy Camden Town, Hampstead Heath and historic Highgate. Recently refurbished the Queens Hotel offers superb value for money budget style accommodation and a warm English friendly welcome. Queens Hotel is ideally suited to budget conscious travellers who are seeking a hospitable comfortable base from which to explore all that England's fantastic Capital city has to offer. North London offers an almost village like feel at times and it is rare in such an ancient and expansive city to find such an oasis of peace and calm to relax in after busy days, shopping, dining, touring and exploring. Treat yourself and grab a bargain by booking your next trip to London at Queens Hotel, where dedicated staff is there to make sure you have a great stay. Getting to the hotel: Tufnell Park underground station is only a short walk from the hotel. Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and London City airports are easily accessible from the hotel using London's road, rail or underground networks.
Local tips: take a trip up the Thames from London Embankment to Greenwich, take in Greenwich Observatory. Find out all about time and why it begins and ends here. Step off on your way back up river at the London Eye, stop off at the London Aquarium or continue your journey along the Thames out to the Royal Palaces of Hampton Court and Windsor. Ask staff at reception for further information, directions and local guidance. FACILITIES:Dining: a full English breakfast is served daily featuring well sourced well prepared produce, baked goods and beverages. Additional: 24hr reception, tourist information services, parking (local charges), hospitality tray, laundry services, free roadside parking at weekends, housekeeping, maid services, wake up call services, safety deposit box (reception), free Wi-Fi internet.
33 Anson Road
North West London
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