My first ever time staying in a London hostel and a lot better than I expected! Yes rooms are very basic but it was all we needed as were sightseeing London for the weekend and didn't want or have time to spend in a fancy plush hotel. It was all very clean and tidy, shower blocks were lovely, breakfast was great, catered for all our needs and staff very friendly. I would def stay again
- Carr-Saunders Hall
- 18-24 Fitzroy Street Bloomsbury London W1T 4BN England
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- Type :
- 2 Star Accommodation
- Size :
- 144 rooms
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As Carr-Saunders Hall is only a couple of minutes walk from Tottenham Court Road, within easy reach of Oxford Street and close to West End theatres, you should snap up a room now before they've all gone! As if the location isn't enough, you even get a tasty full English breakfast included in the low cost of this budget accommodation. You will also be able to use the communal games room and television lounge where you can unwind and meet new people.
Carr-Saunders Hall provides you with other ways to save money, as you can use the kitchenettes here to cook your own meals, and the launderette to wash your clothes. After you‘ve spent action packed days exploring London you can head to your comfy single or twin room where you will find a bed, desk and wardrobe. You will also find a washbasin and mirror in your room, and the shared bathrooms will be conveniently located close by.
Bath / Brailed Elevators / Central Heating / Desk / Elevator/Lift Access / Family Friendly / Fax Machine / Fire Escape / Games Room / Interior Room Entrance / Laundry / Non-Smoking Rooms on Request / Parking / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Television Lounge / Toilet / Tourist Information / Voice Mail / Wash Basin
You'll find that loads of tourist attractions surround Carr-Saunders Hall. If you love shopping you'll be delighted that you will be situated just off Tottenham Court Road (near the Telecom Tower) and within easy reach of vibrant Oxford Street and Bond Street. If you've come to see the sights you can stroll to the British Museum and the British Library. You'll also find it easy to get to Regents Park (where you can visit London Zoo). Madame Tussauds and the London Planetarium are close by too!
LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE English Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Bacon, sausages, fried or scrambled eggs, beans, fried tomatoes, hash browns, toast, orange juice, tea and coffee.
Breakfast is served from 07:30 - 10:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 10:00 Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Internet access is available at GBP 3.00 per day.
There are two car parking spaces at the hotel at a cost of GBP 10.00 per day. Guests are advised to reserve these in advance.
Please note that parking is based on a first come first serve basis and is charged locally at check-in.
Carr-Saunders Hall has a terrace for guests to enjoy.
FREE for all children under 2 years of age using existing beds/cots. All bookings with children must be detailed in 'special requests' at the time of booking. Extra rollaway beds are not available.
Check in from: 15:00 GMT
Check out by: 10:30 GMT
Your security card gives you 24 hour access.
Bed linen and towels are provided and changed every 3 days. Your room is cleaned daily and your waste bin emptied.
- By Tube:
- The closest tube station to Carr-Saunders Hall is Warren Street Tube Station. If you get on a tube that travels on the Northern or Victoria line it will stop here.
- On Foot:
- Upon arrival at Warren Street Tube Station, you should exit onto Tottenham Court Road. Turn right, start walking and then turn right into Maple Street. Take the 2nd left into Fitzroy Street, which is where Carr-Saunders Hall is located.
Carr-Saunders Hall Reviews
Carr-Saunders Hall was a nice place to stay
Carr-Saunders Hall good
I would book Carr-Saunders Hall again - great location, rooms small but clean, shared bathroom was clean and tidy all the time, breakfast delicious
Excellent stay all round at Carr-Saunders Hall, have stayed at a number of LSE establishments and this was the best so far. My only gripe and the reason for 4/5 was that you could not lock yourself in the room from the inside, you had to depend on the locking mechanism when you shut the door coming or going working, on occasion when I shut the door when leaving the room it did not lock, I once waited a couple of minutes and it had still not locked it was trial and error, so I never knew if I was locked in at night. Not good for a sole female traveller