St. Giles Hotel Central London (London)


St. Giles Hotel Central London (London)
St. Giles Hotel Central London

country: United Kingdom, city: London (Oxford Street)

St. Giles Hotel Central London St. Giles Hotel Central LondonIdeal for both business and leisure travellers, this hotel with superb facilities and comfortable accommodation is close to all that the city has to offer.

Location
Located at the junction of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road in the heart of London's West End, the St. Giles Hotel is within easy walking distance of the main shopping areas, attractions and theatres. This property is known to be Europe's largest independent hotel within its category.

Rooms
This hotel provides 670 bedrooms, all of which are fully equipped with a long list of elements intended for your comfort.

Restaurant
You can start off the day with a scrumptious breakfast served at the breakfast area and later dine at the Il Grasso Restaurant that offers delicious food for you to feast on. You can also sip your favourite drink at the Lazy Dog Bar.

General
There are 3 flexible spaces available onsite for your meetings, private dining and receptions. St. Giles Hotel guarantees to provide the key ingredients to make your meeting a success. Guests can also make use of the extensive leisure centre at the hotel that includes a gymnasium, swimming pool and sauna.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Gymnasium
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Reception
Restaurant
Sauna
Squash court
Swimming pool
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Modem/data port connection
Pay-per-view movies
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television
Voice mail

Extra Information:


  • 2 km to the nearest Station (Euston)

  • 24 km to the Airport (London Heathrow)

Address:
Bedford Avenue
London


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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