Carr-Saunders Hall London offers bed and breakfast halls of residence accommodation within a short stroll of Oxford Street's shops and Bloomsbury's education establishments.
Carr-Saunders Hall London is located in the heart of London's artistic centre near universities, museums and the bustling stores of Oxford Street. From 1905 the Fitzroy Street Group used to meet at Walter Sickert's art studio at number 8, a few doors from Carr-Saunders Hall London. He also developed the Camden Town Group - who met at number 21 from 1911 and included Henry Lamb and Duncan Grant - which evolved into the London Group in 1913, including Wyndham Lewis, Paul Nash and Vanessa Bell.
London Carr-Saunders Hall is ideally situated near the Telecom Tower within easy reach of the British Library, British Museum, University of London Student's Union and several great restaurants and bars. Continental and English breakfasts are on offer at London Carr-Saunders Hall, and kitchen facilities are available so you can cook. There is a games room, TV lounge and a launderette to keep you occupied. When you're tired head to your single or twin room with telephone and wash basin.
London Carr-Saunders Hall is within a short of stroll of many universities, including Birkbeck University, School of Oriental and African Studies, University College London and Westminster University. You can also reach language schools in Bloomsbury, such Central School of English and Studies International London near the British Museum, or schools by Oxford Circus, such as Oxford House College and Saint George International.
Situated in Zone 1, Warren Street is the nearest station to London Carr-Saunders Hall, on both the Victoria Line and Northern Line. Take a Northern Line train to Camden Town (3 stops) and you will be able to enjoy the music venues and market stalls of this exciting area of the capital.
The British Library and British Museum are just a short stroll from Carr-Saunders London, with the Dickens' House Museum and a large Waterstone's bookshop also within easy reach. The shops of Regent Street, the boutiques of Bond Street and Carnaby Street, and the department stores of Oxford Street are all nearby too.
Tea & Coffee
Interior Room Entrance
Non-Smoking Rooms on Request
24 Hour Reception
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