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Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Staunton Hotel

13-15 Gower Street, London - Map
"One of the best B&B's in Bloomsbury"
This is an excellent bed and breakfast hotel in Bloomsbury, a great neighborhood, and very centrally located. Our twin room was small but very pleasant and clean with modern facilities. Not at all seedy. Very nice indeed. The staff was friendly and helpful, especially the Russian waitress/chambermaid. We stayed here for two weeks in January 2016. There is a good breakfast with a choice of cereals, juices, fruits, yogurts and a full English cooked breakfast with eggs and bacon, etc. The hotel is on busy and rather noisy Gower Street with constant traffic but the double windows helped block the noise. It's a good idea to request a room at the back of the hotel, where it is quieter. There is no lift. My only complaint is that the internet did not work well at all, and we kept losing the connection, which was very annoying. We used the Goodge Street underground station and loved the nearby Marks and Spencer Simply Food store, where we picked up a lot of inexpensive ready-to-eat meals. Would stay here again if I ever return to London.
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Located in Bloomsbury, Staunton Hotel is within a 10-minute walk from London Senate House Library and The British Museum …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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