Central London Apartment for Family of 3 - Best Rates Available
Why Property Manager chose Central London
The building is extremely secure with a concierge service provided for residents, there are two functioning lifts and a reception area within the main lobby perfect for meeting guests. Upper Woburn Place can be traced back to it's development by Cubitt in the 1820's since then there has been many changes but one feature of the area that has been a mainstay is Tavistock Square which is just metres from Endsleigh Court. Tavistock Square is steeped in history, a statue of the great Mahatma Ghandi can be found who was on of UCL's most famous alumni, writer Virginia Woolf lived on the square as well as Charles Dickens! Close by there is a more modern point of interest as the vibrancy found at The Brunswick centre can be found. With restaurants and shopping outlets the location is enviable for anyone searching for convenience. The regeneration project taking shape at King's Cross will be of benefit for any resident of Endsleigh Court and transport links couldn't be better positioned as the development is equidistant between Euston station (Victoria/Northern/National Rail/Overground) and Russell Square tube (Piccadilly).
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Very nice stay....
We stayed in Endsleigh Court for a week, and although the view was nothing to talk about from the back, it was in a great location for all of our transportation and grocery shopping needs. Very nice people working the desk, and very clean. We would stay here again.
Central to most sights
Got to feel like a real Londoner in this effentcy apt. Nothing was more than a 25 min tube ride away. Checking in was super easy and doormen were pleasant and helpful
Very clean, comfortable studio in a well managed mansion block. The position is excellent.
This studio is in a very convenient position for train tube buses etc. and for walking to various places. We were very comfortable and warm - too warm actually although the heating was turned off at our request with no adverse effects! The Reception staff are very helpful and pleasant. The library shelves in Reception were an unexpected bonus with some very good titles. The studio wasn't quite as shown in the photos, we had no sofa and the kitchen was a small cupboard with a 2 ring hob and microwave, only 2 place settings and a lack of suitable sized bowls etc. The equipment was good quality just not quite enough of it. It was challenging to do much proper cooking, required careful thought. Having said that we did produce a main meal most days and really enjoyed our stay. The pluses far outweighed the minuses which is why we have given it 4 stars. We would happily stay there again but possibly not for a whole week. We would even recommend it to friends. It would have been helpful to know that the photographed kitchen etc, didn;t apply to all studios.
Beautiful accommodation, was exactly as described.
Everything i needed was at hand.
I felt really comfortable & at home.
The reception staff were lovely, very helpful and they all went above & beyond to accommodate me.
I stayed for 9 nights
Bedding was changed and refreshed
Towels were changed
Complimentary Shampoo/Conditioner/Shower Gel/ Hand Wash provided.
I would 100% recommend this company and will use again.
Everything was perfect.
Thank you x
Bella sistemazione, apparatemento che guarda nel cortile interno, silenzioso, tutto efficiente.l
La posizione é molto buona, a 5 minuti a piedi dalla fermata del metrò, e nelle vicinanze ci sono negozi e ristoranti. Ľappartamento é ben tenuto e tutto é efficiente. Dotazione dell'appartamento minimale ma adeguata. Tuttavia lascia un pò perplesso il pavimento un pò instabile e cigola. Perché ???
Pulito e funzionale
Zona centrale, stazione di Euston a 5 minuti a piedi, appartamento pulito e comodo.
Utile il servizio di portierato.In definitiva soddisfatti.
Bloomsbury is an area of central London between Euston Road and Holborn, developed by the Russell family in the 17th and 18th centuries into a fashionable residential area. It is notable for its array of garden squares, literary connections (exemplified by the Bloomsbury Group), and numerous hospitals and academic institutions.
Bloomsbury is home to the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and the British Medical Association. It is also home to the University of London's Senate House Library, its central departments (including the School of Advanced Study), and several of its colleges (University College London, Birkbeck, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, School of Pharmacy, School of Oriental and African Studies and the Royal Veterinary College).
Notable hospitals include Great Ormond Street Hospital, the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, University College Hospital and the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital. Bloomsbury was formerly home to the British Library, housed within the British Museum; the Library moved in 1997 to larger premises nearby, next to St Pancras railway station in Somers Town.Bloomsbury contains some of London's finest parks and buildings, and is particularly known for its formal squares. These include:
Parks and Square
• Russell Square, a large and orderly square; its gardens were originally designed by Humphry Repton. The square is adjacent to the Russell Hotel and a short distance from Russell Square Tube Station.
• Bedford Square, built between 1775 and 1783, is still surrounded by Georgian town houses.
• Bloomsbury Square, a small circular garden, but called a square, is also surrounded by Georgian buildings including the former Victorian House and state home of the Lord Chancellor.
• Queen Square, home to many hospitals including the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
• Gordon Square, surrounded by the history and archaeology departments of University College London,
• Woburn Square and Torrington Square, home to other parts of University College London.
• Tavistock Square, home to the British Medical Association;
• Mecklenburgh Square, east of Coram's Fields, one the few squares which remains locked for the use of local residents.
• Coram's Fields, a large recreational space on the eastern edge of the area, formerly home to the Foundling Hospital. It is only open to children and those adults accompanying children.
• Brunswick Square, now occupied by the School of Pharmacy and the Foundling Museum.
The area surrounding Bloomsbury is served by several London Underground stations, although only two of these (Russell Square and Euston Square) have entrances in Bloomsbury itself. The other stations, located on the fringes of Bloomsbury, are Euston, Goodge Street, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road, Holborn, Chancery Lane and King's Cross St. Pancras.
The mainline rail stations Euston, King's Cross and St. Pancras are all located just north of Bloomsbury. Since Wednesday, November 14, 2007 (2007-11-14), Eurostar services have relocated to St Pancras, promising shorter journey times to Paris and Brussels and better connections to the rest of the UK.
Bloomsbury is also home to the disused British Museum tube station.
It is well served by buses, with over 12 different routes running south down Gower Street, and both north and south through Russell Square. Route 7 goes along Great Russell Street, past the British Museum, and on to Russell Square.
One of the 13 surviving taxi driver's shelters in London is in Russell Square where drivers can stop for a meal and a drink.