Corner House Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stopped off here on way to Paris. We where in the loft part of hotel which was uncomfortably HOT! We asked for a fan all lower floors had the fans. Staff accommodating and rooms clean. But wouldn't use again .Due to being put in the loft .
Staying in London mid-week is expensive even if you shop around. This hotel isn't fancy but what are you really after? A home from home of somewhere good to sleep? It is clean, the staff are friendly & the breakfasts, although continental, are more than adequate. The beds are comfortable, the rooms spacious and the bathrooms good. It's a 10 minute walk to the tube and ten minutes into the heart of London. And a really competitive price. £54 per room per night. What's not to like? We will stay again. A far better option and a quarter the price of central London with the added bonus of breakfast and en suite.
Stayed here for 4 days rooms are small but clean and comfortable staff were nice enough left us alone.. Only thing I would say is the breakfast for what you've paid for is very poor. Otherwise the place is fine.
I stayed at the corner house hotel for one night with a friend. We had a triple room for just £63 for the night including continental style breakfast. This included coffee/tea/juice cereals, toast, jams, ham and cheese. More than enough to set us up for a bit and definitely appreciated as it was included in the price. The location is fab, 2 tube stops away from Euston on the northern line and buses are every 5 mins or so across the road. The buses that pass go straight to Euston station to so very handy for catching that train.. Our luggage was looked after for us in view of reception so we felt comfortable leaving it until we left to go home. Check in and out was very simple. I will definitely book here again in the future.
Stayed here for 1 night while at a gig in Camden, Room was clean and tidy and check in was smooth. Had a room at the front of the hotel and traffic can be a bit noisy first thing in the morning if you are a light sleeper. No issue for me though. Would stay here again if in the area.
The location was good and the room was clean when we arrived. It was too hot, but we turned the heaters down a bit and then it was OK. What bothered me, was the attitude of the staff. On the second day of our stay, I cut my heel against a small metalpiece sticking out of the bathroom radiator. When I explained the situation, noone cared. When asked for a desinfectant and a plaster, they took out the first aid kit, which from the outside looked a decent size but was near empty on the inside (how is that possible in a hotel?!) and then they gave a plaster thats the size of a small finger. I had torn out a 1,5 cm2 piece of my heel and thats what you think is gonna fix it?! I stopped the bleeding and took a taxi to the nearest pharmacy. And noone at the reception cared. I am perfectly aware they could not have fixed my foot, but you can seem concerned and come see the room and assess if you could do something with the metalpiece so noone else injures themselves. Absolutely shocked by this attitude. That aside - luckily the room was clean, the bed was comfortable (even though we had asked for 2 separate beds not one queen bed), but the breakfast was very poor. If you want to keep it simple with cereal and sandwiches, even then you can add some tomatoes or an egg to the table. Dry toast with ham and cheese is not very appealing.
We were nervous about what to expect after booking through Hotwire but once we arrived we found the place clean,tidy and were able to leave our bags before checking in. Our twin room had tea/coffee bathroom, with both shower and a bath, a safe and a fridge. The sheets and towels were brilliant white and the beds were firm and comfortable. The rooms were a bit warm but that's more to do with our personal taste than a complaint and I'd rather they were warm then cold. Our room faced the road which had a lot of traffic but then it is a city and it never stopped us sleeping . Very pleased with this hotel. It proves you don't need to spend a lot to get a comfortable clean place to stay
Stayed here for two nights. Easily found by bus from central London. Slightly north of Camden markets and Camden locks which are so vibrant and full of atmosphere. Well worth wandering over (within walking distance 10 mins roughly) Hotel itself was what you'd expect for the price. A wee bit rough around the edges. Clumsy regrouting in bathroom and shower head had lost its holder to rest it in. Room itself was fine and although facing onto busy Camden road with window closed all I was aware of was occasional siren going by. A couple of wee convenience stores a block away and also some choice of restaurants/take aways without wandering too far away. 24 hour desk and those who attended it always friendly and helpful. Let us drop off luggage early and come back at check in time. Breakfast basic continental. Certainly enough in quantity on self service buffet basis. Certainly a great place to stay on a budget. Don't expect perfection at that price but it was certainly clean, friendly and in a good location. On a budget that's all you need Top tip: buy a daily or weekly bus pass (daily is £5) far cheaper way to travel than The Tube and unlike the tube no zone limitations to travel. Added bonus is seeing the sights as you hobby and getting a feel for the area. Tube might be quicker but certainly not so intersting stuck below ground
We stayed here one night to go to Kokos nightclub in Camden taxi was £10 to the club from the hotel and £7 coming back . About 15/20 walk from tube station but easy to find. Room small but adequate with bath and over with shower. Friendly staff. Pub one minute away sells food. Good price for a short stay . Had some toast for breakfast and tea and coffee making facilities in the room.
The hotel is well located close to a main road and public transport. The staff is friendly and helpful and there's a microwave for heating your own meals. You can also leave your luggage behind for later collection if required.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
Located in Camden Town, Corner House Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as London Zoo and Emirates Stadium. The 30 rooms at this 3-star hotel include refrigerators, coffee makers, and TVs. St. Paul's Cathedral and British Library are also nearby.
For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 30 rooms feature refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes. TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include hair dryers and ironing boards.
At Corner House Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
48% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 398 reviews