Hotels near The Wallace Collection in London

Best hotels near The Wallace Collection, London

4.9/5Perfect33 Reviews
2.58km from The Wallace Collection
It was good (clean & great location) - however there were some issues. 1. When I asked to extend my stay they told me to go use the booking site which I had booked on - literally while I was standing at the front desk. Seems like a lot of steps to take. Ended up staying a couple more days then came to the Middle Eight. 2. The cleaning staff - as nice as they may be - were very loud in the mornings while guests are literally sleeping. They woke me up and stood outside my door for half an hour just laughing so loud and talking. That’s not acceptable for them to be so inconsiderate of guests. We pay hard earned money to be there.
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4.6/5Outstanding39 Reviews
2.35km from The Wallace Collection
I really enjoyed my stay. This hostel is in an amazing location. The beds are almost like pods with curtains you can close, so you can have a lot of privacy. The common areas are lively and you can make lots of people. It is also suitable for digital nomads with plenty of outlets. Overall, the place is quite clean. The stay is very nice, especially the receptionist from Brazil who went out of his way to help me. I have stayed in many hostels in London over the years, and this is by far my favourite!
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3.6/514 Reviews
2.96km from The Wallace Collection
Among underground music venues, innovative museums, and hidden foodie hotspots, Selina Camden suits its edgy North London backdrop. Aside from offering beautifully-designed accommodation and a comfortable space to hang out, the Selina Camden hotel is an authentic cultural hub, consistent with great guest experience, an ever-changing calendar of exciting diverse programming, and unique wellness experiences. Reflecting Selina’s unique global reach, our Camden destination is here to explore and tie together the shape-shifting diversity of global music. On-site features include a fully-equipped communal kitchen, a loft complete with a stunning balcony, and a trendy vegan/vegetarian neighborhood-style eatery.Wake up early and head downstairs for some yoga before experiencing the best of Camden’s vegan gastronomy scene at our hotel restaurant. Take to the streets and explore the many attractions on your doorstep- from Camden Market to London Zoo, The Electric Ballroom, and multiple nearby eateries, we’ve got you! Back at Selina, unwind in the basement accompanied by vinyl tunes, catch a performance by local young talent, or order a pre-gig cocktail at the bar. As the sun sets, catch a show in one of England’s most iconic venues or head to the streets to experience London’s eclectic nightlife till the early hours.
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3.9/530 Reviews
2.25km from The Wallace Collection
Situated in the fashionable London borough of Camden, St Christopher's Camden is situated above Belushi’s bar which features drink deals and homemade burgers.Shared bathroom facilities are provided with each room at St Christopher’s Camden. A luggage room, free Wi-Fi in public areas and a 24-hour reception are also provided. Guests can relax in the chill-out room which offers satellite TV and sofas.All guests receive a 25% discount on food at the on-site restaurants, plus discount deals on drinks. The on-site staff can offer information about tours, travel products and the best places to visit in London.Camden features a thriving market places, a wide array of popular live music venues and stylish shops. Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street and Leicester Square can all be reached in just 15 minutes from Mornington Crescent tube station, which is a 2-minute walk away.
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4.6/5Outstanding30 Reviews
2.96km from The Wallace Collection
Generally generally too general
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0/50 Reviews
2.1km from The Wallace Collection
The Citymax Euston Apartments provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Camden will find that the Citymax Euston Apartments is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is conveniently located just 900m from Euston Train Station and 17km from London City Airport. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with Mornington Crescent Metro Station within walking distance. There's plenty to do nearby, with Camden Skin, Clube do Choro UK and David Roberts Art Foundation all within a short distance. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
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0/50 Reviews
3.63km from The Wallace Collection
The Stylish Studios Students Only Kentish Town is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Camden will find that the Stylish Studios Students Only Kentish Town is a fantastic accommodation choice. With Euston Train Station just 3km away and London City Airport only 19km away, transportation is very convenient. Just a short walk from Kentish Town Metro Station, traveling to most city destinations is a breeze. Guests will find Bait Al Aman Mosque, Kentish Town and Top To Toe Beauty Salon just a short distance from the hotel. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
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3.9/530 Reviews
2.01km from The Wallace Collection
The Pack and Carriage is set in London, 1 km from Camden Market and 1.3 km from Regents Park. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and the property's craft beer pub.Each room comes with a shared bathroom.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. The Pack and Carriage offers live music in the evenings, and games such as darts are available for guests to play.London Zoo is 1.3 km from The Pack and Carriage, while British Museum is 1.5 km from the property.The Pack and Carriage is 10 minutes' walk from Kings Cross station, and 6 minutes' walk from Euston station. London City Airport is 13 km away.
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3.2/59 Reviews
2.2km from The Wallace Collection
Located in London, Shakleton Apartment is 600 metres from King's Cross Theatre. Camden Market is 1.1 km away. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property.There is also a kitchen in some of the units, fitted with an oven and microwave.Regents Park is 1.5 km from Shakleton Apartment, while London Zoo is 1.5 km from the property. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 13 km from the property.
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3.9/530 Reviews
3.75km from The Wallace Collection
With a stay at Sonder at Camden Road in London (Camden), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Finsbury Park and Emirates Stadium. This hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Russell Square and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from The British Museum.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.Make yourself at home in one of the 47 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include electric kettles and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided on request.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.38km from The Wallace Collection
Primrose Guesthouse London is a popular choice amongst travelers in London, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room are readily available for you to enjoy. Internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, heating, desk, television can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Primrose Guesthouse London combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in London unforgettable.
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3/539 Reviews
1.62km from The Wallace Collection
Overall, it is very good, just as a youth traveler, and in a mixed place like London, I really remind everyone to be careful about personal property safety. This youth travel can help to keep valuables, and can save them with important money for their custody, otherwise they will suffer as much as I do. Every room has a password, and the door of the corridor has a password, so the possibility of committing a crime against an outside thief is basically zero. If you lose something, it may only be done by someone else in the room. Unfortunately, I am in the middle of it. An Italian bastard (not to discriminate against Italians, but the person who just killed us is Italian) sleeps under my bed, drinks beer at night, invites everyone to drink, then starts to be very warm and friendly and everyone in the room Chat and talk about life. At that time, I might have been careless. I didn't think about covering it, and put my wallet under my pillow. I was going to the next Euston to catch the train at 6 o'clock the next day, so I set off very early, took my wallet, packed my luggage, and when I got my backpack, I found that the water bottle that had been inserted in the end actually slipped onto the floor. But I didn't care at the time, I thought it was the water bottle that fell on it. (I later thought that the water bottle was very long, and it was impossible to drop it without inserting it.) I took the train and tried to calculate an account. Just when I turned the wallet, I found that 450 pounds of cash inside, and some 100 yuan of RMB were gone! Bank cards and ID cards are still there. I couldn't find cash when I turned over the bag and my luggage. I began to wonder if I was pushing my cash out when I was sleeping. I didn't think it was the possibility of a thief at the time, so I was very impulsive to get out of the car, wasted a ticket, and bought a ticket back to London. Back to the Youth Hostel, it was only 8 o'clock. Everyone was sleeping last night. I told them that the cash in my wallet was gone. The Japanese and Korean brothers next to me are helping me find it, and the Italian bastard looks like a pair of sleepers. After a long time, I just said to you: You are so unlucky, you lost a big amount!". Then he went Brushing your face, then very strange, did not say anything to me, but did not help me find it, pack up the luggage, pretend to say "I am leaving, everybody have a nice trip" and left. How to find it later, Japan The buddies and the Korean buddies found that they were also stolen! Or the Egyptian buddy inferred that this Italian mixed ball was confusing us at the beginning, so please drink alcohol so that we can steal our wallet after we are drunk. As for how to do it from me Stealing under the pillow, I must have a piece of food for the professional thief, the Japanese buddy wallet can be stolen in the box under the bed.... In the end, there was no report, because it is well known that the British police have made it clear that they will not deal with any theft. To deal with it, it is more troublesome. I exchanged studies in Glasgow from January to June. I don’t know how many times they will be called to London. Student time is very precious, there is no energy and no wrangling. I am warning everyone that it is best to have a local card in the UK. If you use a debit card instead of a credit card, you should be careful when changing your password. I used the Bank of China Great Wall cross-border card, because I changed the password once, went to the POS machine and accidentally entered the wrong password 5 times and was locked. It is reasonable to say that it will be automatically unlocked after one day, but I waited for a week. They are still locked. I only told the domestic bank that I checked my card and everything is normal. If I can't use it, I can only go back to the domestic counter to unlock it (???), and the Bank of China in Glasgow can't do anything because the system is completely two sets. Can't unlock or withdraw money. So now, the Italian idiot has stolen money, and the technical bug of the Bank of China card is not solved. The money that can be used is not used. It is even worse for people to be stolen. Going out of the house, being pitted by foreigners, being pitted by the British, and being pitted by fellow citizens, maybe more than me. I can't help you, and I made a complaint in the comment area. Actually, there is nothing wrong with this trip, but my heart is very angry and powerless. Student time is inherently valuable, but now it is occupied by all kinds of pit goods. Of course, I know that the most source is that I have pitted myself. Putting so much cash in my wallet is a silly behavior that does not move my mind. I have not done a good job abroad. The investigation work is still not careful.
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