The Lonsdale hotel is the perfect place to stay.
Lonsdale hotel is an amazing place located in the centre of London. It is a perfect place to discover the city. Indeed, you will have access to the city center of London without having to pay top end prices. You will enjoy your residence in our family friendly hotel. This hotel is suitable for business stays and travelling students looking for a great hotel on a budget. The Lonsdale Hotel is a traditional English budget hotel with its original Georgian features and it is great value for money as well as having bags of character. This will make sure that your trip to London is one to remember.
Situated in central London, the Lonsdale Hotel enjoys a great location. The accommodation is located in the Bloomsbury district and within walking distance to the Russell Square and Kings Cross station. Due to the hotel's ideal location, the Lonsdale Hotel London will definitely meet the needs of any tourist.
Come to the Lonsdale Hotel , experience true english hospitally and Londons fantastic culture
Lonsdale Hotel Facilities
- 24 Hour reception
- Central heating
- Razor points
- Shower facilities
- Security boxes
Lonsdale Hotel Policies
- Number of rooms: 40
- Check in time: 15:00
- Check out time: 10:00
Lonsdale Hotel Location
The Lonsdale Hotel in central London is only three minute walk from Russell Square tube station. Russell Square station is on the Piccadilly line so it is only few minutes from iconic sights such as Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus, as well as plenty of museums and galleries.
The Lonsdale Hotel was built in 1965 and is located in the Camden Town borough of London. The hotel is named after Charles Pratt, 1st Earl of Camden in 1795.
The large garden square Russell Square in the London borough of Camden goes back to the Earls and Dukes of Bedford who were developing and improving the sight of the family's landholdings in London in the 17th and 18th century.
The Duke laid out new streets on the margins of the gardens of his former London house and so Russell Square London was built. Visitors can still see the Bedford Arms on the street lamps in this London area.
Camden Town is a district in North central London and is commonly known for its special London markets with its multicultural flair. In this area of London you can find The Roundhouse Theatre, which has been a centre of alternative culture since the 1960s. The Roundhouse used to be a locomotive engine roundhouse which was constructed in 1847 for the transport way connection to Birmingham.
The Regent's Canal is flowing in the North end of Camden Town London. Until the 1950s the canal was used for barges which were transported by horses through the canal. Travellers can still see the ramps on the bank.
In 1874 at Macclesfield Bridge, what the canal bridge is called, the biggest pre-war explosion in London took place when a barge of gunpowder blew up. That is also why the Macclesfield Bridge is called "Blow-up bridge".