Located in Kings Cross, Carlton Hotel London provides an excellent base for your UK study stay, providing private bathroom facilities for every room.
Carlton Hotel London is an affordable bed and breakfast hotel situated in the Kings Cross area of London. You will find coffee and tea making facilities, a colour television and a telephone in your room, along with private bathroom facilities. Full English breakfast is available at the hotel, which will help to prepare you for a long day of study and sightseeing. The friendly staff at Carlton Hotel London are always available to you and a wake up call can be requested.
London Carlton Hotel is located close to Kings Cross and St Pancras stations, which provide excellent links across London. Youll find easy access to all parts of London from the two stations, and areas such as Leicester Square, Piccadilly and Soho are all a short tube ride away. Close to London Carlton Hotel is St Chads Place where St Chads Well was dedicated to the saint in the eighteenth-century, but the garden was demolished in 1860 by the building of the Metropolitan line.
Many language schools are within walking distance of Carlton Hotel London, including Stanton School of English, Language Studies International London and Central School of English. There are also a number of universities easily accessible including Birkbeck University, the School of Oriental and African Studies, the University of Londons student union and University College London.
The nearest stations to Carlton Hotel London are Kings Cross and St Pancras, located in Zone 1. Grab a tube to Baker Street (3 stops on Circle Line) and you will be able to visit one of Londons most popular attractions - Madame Tussauds.
The Dickens House Museum is a leisurely stroll from London Carlton Hotel an excellent place to visit on your study trip. The British Library and British Museum are both within easy reach, located just a short distance from your accommodation.
Wireless Internet Access
Tea & Coffee
Iron & Board
Wake Up Service
24 Hour Reception
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