We had a pleasant stay at Passfield Hall, just we had really heavy luggages and we had to carry them up to the fourth floor which was horrible, we had to be two to do that, if I had to stay there again I would like an option to chose at which floor I'd like to sleep
- Passfield Hall
- 1-7 Endsleigh Place Bloomsbury London WC1H 0PW England
- Group Name :
- London School of Economics
- Type :
- Budget Rooms
- Size :
- 156 rooms
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As Passfield Hall consists of ten late-Georgian houses, which surround a peaceful walled garden, it’s hard to believe that this accommodation is so affordable. Completely modernised internally, Passfield Hall provides you with plenty of guest facilities where you can get to know people including a bar, a television lounge and a launderette. As it is situated in the heart of Bloomsbury in Central London, you’ll find places like Oxford Street and the British Museum very easy to get to.
You can stay in a single, twin or triple room at Passfield Hall. These rooms are simply furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk, mirror and washbasin. You will share nearby bathroom facilities with other people staying here, as well as kitchenettes where you can make snacks and use the tea and coffee making facilities. You don’t need to worry about making breakfast though, as a filling full English or continental breakfast is included in the price!
Brailed Elevators / Central Heating / Desk / Desk & Lamp / Elevator/Lift Access / Games Room / Gardens / Ground Floor Access / Interior Room Entrance / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Toilet / Wash Basin
Bloomsbury, in Central London, is where you will find Passfield Hall. Stay in a room here and you will be within easy reach of famous London attractions such as the British Library (where you can see one of Leonardo da Vinci’s notebooks), or the gigantic British Museum, which is home to the Rosetta Stone. You can walk to see two of London’s attractive Squares called Bloomsbury Square and Russell Square too. Places like Covent Garden Market and vibrant Oxford Street are also within easy reach.
SPECIAL OFFER: A Complimentary Full English or Cotinental Breakfast is available for all Travelstay customers
Check in from: 3pm
Check out by: 10.30am
Rooms at Passfield Hall can be booked from
15th December 2012 – 12th January 2013
23rd March 2013– 27th April 2013
6th July 2013 - 28th September 2013
Passfield Hall offers continental or full English breakfast between 7.30am to 10am.
WiFi available at this property
- By Tube:
- You will find that Euston Tube Station is close to Passfield Hall. Tubes that run on the Northern and Victoria lines will stop here.
- On Foot:
- You should exit onto Euston Road once you get to Euston Tube Station. Cross over this road and turn to your left. Take your first right onto Upper Woburn Place and then turn right again onto Endsleigh Place. This is where Passfield Hall is located.
Passfield Hall Reviews
As on previous stay, comfortable and convenient. Breakfast very good. Friendly staff. A bus map available at reception would be useful. Very good value.
Great affordable rooms with a welcoming staff
I stayed at Passfield Hall for one night. It was a really convenient location, very close to Euston Station. The reception was manned with friendly staff and a security guard at night and the card system on the front doors meant it was secure. I booked a single room which was small but adequate. There was no ensuite but I never had any problems with the shared bathrooms, clean and in sufficient supply. My one complaint is a combination between my thoughtless neighbour and the thin walls. I had a restless night from hearing coughing from one side (which cannot be helped) but then was woken by a very loud telephone overseas call at 5.30. The booming inconsiderate man continued for over half an hour. I probably ought to have knocked on the door to ask him to be quieter but was on my own and didn't feel comfortable to do so. I did have earplugs in. Take some and hopefully you won't be as unlucky as me. The breakfast was good. Lots of choice- cereals, fresh and tinned fruit, yoghurt, cooked breakfast, toast, croissants and a good selection of drinks. All in all I would probably stay at Passfield Hall again but would be ready to knock on the walls
Enjoyed our stay in main building,though beds a bit hard for me! Great location for us and our fourth stay here