Wells Street

32/38 Wells Street, Bloomsbury, London W1T 3UW, England

Wells Street Hall London is situated within easy walking distance of many educational establishments, as well as the shops, restaurants, theatres and museums of the West End.

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Wells Street

Wells Street Hall London is located near the numerous stores of Oxford Street. Several famous people have stayed in the area: Mortimer Street, just around the corner from Wells Street Hall London, was home to American architect John Paradise (numbers 13-17), who was visited by Thomas Jefferson in 1786, and Mrs A. Robinson (number 53), a fortune-teller frequently visited by Oscar Wilde in 1894-95. Florence Nightingale worked in the street at Middlesex Hospital during the cholera epidemic of 1854.

London Wells Street Hall is within easy reach of the theatres, bars and restaurants of the West End. Owned by Westminster University, London Wells Street Hall is just a short stroll from many universities and language schools and provides 24 hour security with CCTV cameras. Your room contains a washbasin and bed linen is provided. There are plenty of shared showers and bathrooms, as well as pay phones, laundry facilities and two well-equipped self-catering kitchens.

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Where is Wells Street Located?

Wells Street is located in Bloomsbury, Centre of London Regional Map, Local Map

Several univerisities are within a short stroll of London Wells Street Hall, including Westminster University, University College London, Birkbeck University and the University of Londons student union buildings. You will also find language schools within easy reach, with Oxford House College, Saint George International and St Patricks International all close to Oxford Circus.

Centrally located in Zone 1, Oxford Circus is the nearest station to Wells Street Hall London. Catch a Bakerloo Line train to Waterloo and you could be standing on the South Bank within ten minutes, where you can visit the London Eye, Saatchi Gallery and National Theatre.

The department stores of Oxford Street and the boutiques of Bond Street are just a short stroll from Wells Street Hall London, where you can enjoy some retail therapy after a busy day of study. If you want to get away from it all for a while, then wander up to nearby Regents Park and relax in the acres of beautiful greenery.

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Wells Street Facilities

Elevator/Lift Access
Wash Basin
Laundry
Pay-Phones
Self-Catering Kitchen
24 Hour Reception

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