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Club Quarters Lincoln's Inn Fields

61 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London - Map
"Lovely hotel in quiet area but close to the action"
Having stayed in the Club Quarters in Chicago, I booked this hotel in the hope it would provide a similar level of quality and comfort. I was not disappointed. Although, probably mainly used as a business hotel, this was perfect for a leisure break. Being located close to Covent Garden (walking distance) yet in the quiet Lincoln Inn Fields, we enjoyed the best of both worlds- peace and quiet at night and very close to the action during the day. There are plenty of pubs close by for a drink, breakfast or a meal, although the hotel menu looked tempting with Rib Eye Steak on offer for £10. We upgraded our room for £18.00 and were delighted with the size and lovely view over the park. I can definitely recommend this hotel and will look to stay here again in the future.
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This family-friendly London hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of London School of …More

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    The fashionable residential district of Bloomsbury in central London, dotted with hushed Georgian garden squares, has drawn famous writers and philosophers through the centuries. Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Set redefined the 20th-century novel here, and being the seat of the British Library and the British Museum, it was also where Charles Darwin formulated his historic theory of evolution.

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