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- Type And Size
- 302 rooms
- 90 Rosebery Avenue London Islington EC1R 4TY England
Rosebery Hall is an affordable place to stay in London with plenty of guest facilities including a lively bar, a games room and a TV room. You even have a kitchenette on your floor to make your own meals and drinks, and a free full English or Continental Breakfast is provided. As Rosebery Hall is situated in trendy Islington, you can explore this really popular district of London and use the two nearby tube stations to take you to places like Leicester Square and Covent Garden Market.
Rosebery Hall has relaxing single, twin or triple rooms you can book. These have beds, desks and wardrobes, as well as facilities like tea and coffee making equipment. If you book a triple room, you can opt for the luxury of ensuite. All the other rooms share bathroom facilities, which are conveniently close by. Rooms without ensuite will have a mirror and washbasin in them so you can freshen up in the mornings. You can also freshen up your clothes in the launderette.
In Islington, where Rosebery Hall is based, you'll find the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, the biggest antiques market in London (Camden Passage), and Sadler's Wells Theatre. If you fancy shopping or a night out you can head to shops, bars and restaurants of Upper Street. To explore the rest of London you should make the most of Angel and Kings Cross tube stations. You can travel to places like Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square with ease.
Rosebery Hall Facilities
Bar / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Elevator/Lift Access / Games Room / Ground Floor Access / Interior Room Entrance / Internet Terminal / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Television Lounge / Wash Basin
WiFi is available at Rosebery Hall.
- Communal areas and activities
You can enjoy a game of billiards at Rosebery Hall.
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.
Please note that the Rosebery Hall is undergoing refurbishment works from the 15th December 2014 to the mid January 2015.
- Check in / Check out
Check in from: 15:00
Check out by: 10:30
- Breakfast Info at Rosebery Hall
SPECIAL OFFER: LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE English Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Toast, hash browns, scrambled/fried/boiled eggs, fried tomatoes, fried bread, beans, bacon, sausages, jams, butter, breads, waffles, pastries, yoghurt, cereal, fruit, milk, fruit teas, orange juice, tea & coffee.
TravelStay Prices and Discounts
- By Tube
To get to Rosebery Hall you can either travel on the Northern line and get off at Angel Tube Station, or you can travel on the Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Northern or Victoria lines at get off at Kings Cross Tube Station.
- On Foot
From Angel Tube Station, exit onto Upper Street and turn left. Carry straight on onto St John’s Road and follow the right hand fork into Rosebery Avenue. Rosebery Hall is on your left.
From Kings Cross Tube Station exit onto Euston Road and turn left. Walk straight on onto Pentonville Road and then take a right into Claremont Square. Carry straight on onto Amwell Street and turn left onto Rosebery Avenue where you will find Rosebery Hall on your right hand side.
Rosebery Hall ReviewsBased on 133 Hotel Reviews
Roseberry Hall is of a good standard if a little noisy at times. Decent breakfast choice
Room at Roseberry Hall was clean on arrival. Showers, and cooking facilities were also in good condition. Friendly staff and pleasant stay. Good value for money
Great location, clean room, good breakfast at Roseberry Hall
The location was good and rooms clean and basic, however the sink was cracked and as a result, water was leaking. Also kitchen had few utensils to eat your own meals. Breakfast was good with a wide choice. Overall, I would recommend Roseberry Hall as a short stay if you are on a budget
The stay at Roseberry Hall was fairly comfortable, though my room did get a bit hot in the warm weather. Because the water supplied to the room is not drinkable, it is useful to bring a flask so as to store water from the kitchen