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Single room private bathroom, university setting

4.80(5 evaluaciones)Londres, -, Reino Unido
Habitación en hostal. Anfitrión: Goodenough College
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Single rooms with private bathrooms are furnished with a single bed and washbasin, shower and toilet. Has a desk and safety deposit box. Bed linen and towels are provided - changed weekly. Laundry facilities are shared with other residents of the College. Meals are not included - but breakfast, lunch and dinner can be purchased on site. Rates are inclusive of VAT and taxes, and unlimited free Wi-Fi. Check in: 3.00pm, check out: 11.00am. Reception 24 hours.

El alojamiento
Stay in the heart of London – Excellent location

Goodenough College – University Residence is situated in Bloomsbury, London. The property has a history dating back to 1930.
Rooms benefit from a work desk, fresh bed linen and towels and a safe. Some of the rooms have a private bathroom. Free WiFi is available throughout the hostel.

There is a cafeteria where guests can purchase breakfast, lunch and dinner. At the property, there is a 24-hour front desk.

Russell Square Underground Station is a 6-minute walk from Goodenough College, while Theatre Royal Drury Lane is 20 minutes' stroll from the property. Guests can walk to the British Museum, King's Cross Station, and The British Library within 15 minutes. London City Airport is 8.3 miles away.

Camden is a great choice for travellers interested in theatre, shopping and sightseeing.

Acceso para huéspedes
Room size 199 ft². This single room has a desk and safety deposit box.

Room facilities:

• Shower
• Safety Deposit Box
• Refrigerator
• Toilet
• Heating
• Towels
• Linen

Free WiFi!

Otros aspectos destacables
Short Stay rooms come with bedding and linen provided. Your room will be cleaned once a week - usually on the same day as your arrival day.

Freddie's Cafe / Bar is open every day until late should you wish to purchase food and drinks, where there are televisions. You can also purchase breakfast and dinner daily in the Great Hall.

You are welcome to use the laundry rooms located in the College to do your own washing and ironing.

Windows can be opened slightly – by a couple of centimetres – but all College windows are fitted with a restrictor lock and cannot be opened fully.

Check out is requested by 11am. If you need to depart any later than 11am, please contact Reservations by dialling 1566, 1567 or 1568 from your room telephone from Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. Depending on availability, late check outs are chargeable. A half day fee will apply on check outs up until 2pm, and a full nights fee will apply for check outs later than 2pm.

There is no storage space in London House or William Goodenough House. To leave items for longer periods, please refer to information here: www.left-baggage.co.uk/locations.php
Single rooms with private bathrooms are furnished with a single bed and washbasin, shower and toilet. Has a desk and safety deposit box. Bed linen and towels are provided - changed weekly. Laundry facilities are shared with other residents of the College. Meals are not included - but breakfast, lunch and dinner can be purchased on site. Rates are inclusive of VAT and taxes, and unlimited free Wi-Fi. Check in:… más información

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Londres, -, Reino Unido

Some of our favourite spots in the area:
Lamb’s Conduit Street is a partially pedestrianised street in bookish Bloomsbury, this is as civilised as shopping gets in our capital, and is good for a quick bite to eat/coffee. About a 5 minute walk.

Leather Lane is about 10 minutes away. Monday to Friday it is a bustling strip of market stalls with some designer cafes. ‘Department of Coffee and Social Affairs’ is worth a look!

Exmouth Market’s good for dinner/drinks. It’s refreshingly quiet – and Cafe Kick has bags of personality. 15 minute walk.

Two collections we love – all about a 15 minute walk away. FREE entry to all:
The British Library is fascinating. They have items from Shakespeare, the Beatles, Mozart, Henry VIII! Next to St Pancras station. 96 Euston Rd, NW1 2DB

Soane Museum - "Designed by architect Sir Soane to house his own collection of paintings and architectural salvage, the museum is a tranquil place full of unexpected treasures, with a wealth of intriguing natural lighting effects best viewed on a bright day. A leading architect of his day, Soane is responsible for the Bank of England. Much of Sir John Soane's Museum's appeal derives from the domestic setting – the Breakfast Room has a much-imitated domed ceiling, inset with convex mirrors, for instance. On the first Tuesday of each month, Sir John Soane's Museum opens late and some parts are lit by candlelight. Visitors can now see the Picture Room rehung according to Soane's original arrangement, featuring works by Canaletto. The house, Number 12 Lincoln's Inn Fields, is a neoclassical townhouse with elaborate decorations including a 'geometric' staircase, with walls painted to resemble the sooty masonry of a Roman catacomb, two Pompeian-red rooms, one with a ceiling painted like a cloudy sky, and a breakfast parlour, its vault painted as a vine trellis by John Crace, the artist who decorated the Royal Pavilion at Brighton”. 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields - WC2A 3BP
Some of our favourite spots in the area:
Lamb’s Conduit Street is a partially pedestrianised street in bookish Bloomsbury, this is as civilised as shopping gets in our capital, and is good for a quick bite…

Anfitrión: Goodenough College

Se registró en noviembre de 2015
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In 1930, Frederick Craufurd Goodenough, Chairman of Barclays Bank, formed a Trust to raise funds for a hall of residence for male students from the British 'Dominions'. The Dominions Students' Hall Trust aimed to create a collegiate setting that would enhance international understanding and prevent students from feeling isolated in the British capital. London House opened on one of London's finest Georgian squares. After the Second World War a 'Sister Trust' raised finance for further expansion and William Goodenough House opened as a residence for female postgraduates and students with families. As part of the Lord Mayor's National Thanksgiving Fund the expansion was seen as a way of thanking both Commonwealth countries and the United States for their support during the War. The two Trusts merged in 1965 and became London House for Overseas Graduates. The title later changed to The London Goodenough Trust for Overseas Graduates and then, in 2001 it became Goodenough College. It was felt that the name reflected more accurately the purpose and ethos of the institution with its 'collegial' setting and unique community environment. Accommodation was originally reserved for students from Commonwealth countries but US students were admitted from 1950 and those from continental Europe in 1974. South African students continued to be admitted after the country left the Commonwealth in 1961. In 2001 the College became fully international and its student community of 700 now represents over 80 countries.
In 1930, Frederick Craufurd Goodenough, Chairman of Barclays Bank, formed a Trust to raise funds for a hall of residence for male students from the British 'Dominions'. The Dominio…
Durante tu estancia
We look forward to welcoming you, our reception is open 24 hours, 365 days of the year.

Reception telephone number: +44 (0)20 837 8888 (24 hours, Monday - Sunday)
Reservations telephone number: +44 (0)20 7769 4727 (8am – 6pm, Monday – Friday)
We look forward to welcoming you, our reception is open 24 hours, 365 days of the year.

Reception telephone number: +44 (0)20 837 8888 (24 hours, Monday - Sunday…

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