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Extremely helpful staff who went out of their way to help when we arrived without luggage fore the first 36 h of our 3 d stay. Room snug but very clean and comfortable with fridge and AC but no elevator- would request a lower floor room if you have heavy luggage! Good tasty hot breakfast. Close to Shopping, restaurants and within 10 min walk to tube stations, and 6 min to the British museum

Very helpful staff-Valentina, onsite manager at reception, was especially gracious and assisted with baggage and room change as well as directions. Very good breakfast selections and staff.

I was in this hotel several times. It is very clean and nice. The staff is polite and kind.

This is a charming small hotel. However in my mind, it is quite expensive, compared to what you get with the money. The room was quite cozy, large for London terms and quiet, but it was in the second floor in an old town house with no elevator. The minibar was quite large in selection, but was not filled for our second day. The breakfast was good, but there were no other facilities in the hotel. Next to the elevator, I would have expected at least some type of small bar and garden patio, or even a small pool.This was ok, for few days and the location is great for visiting British museum, but I would not spend this money for a B&B for any longer period of time......

The only complaint we'd have is the noise. A motor like sound kept coming for hours on end from behind a wall. We had to be moved in the middle of the night because of it. The street outside is also very busy. Keep these in mind if you're looking for a quiet hotel. The hotel doesn't have a lift. We didn't mind the climb but for some people it may be inconvenient. Location is great, walking distance to Soho. Rooms are small but that didn't matter. Good breakfast.

Location great for theatre and public transport to West End and City. Only stayed one night but would do so again for several nights.

Very pleased. Just one night at the theatre but I will be back and use for the occasional short business trips I make to London. For onger than 3 nights I do prefer an apartment though.

Fantastic place - great room, bed, staff. location and breakfast. Hotels should be simple, there should be no struggle for internet, good service, clean, warm and well lit rooms. The Staunton is great at all those, and to top it off they have a great breakfast. Seriously consider this hotel over the Raddison just down the road. I'll be back to the Staunton when visiting London. Bhavik.

This was our first trip to London and this hotel was perfect for our visit. The location is superb and it the room was lovely. Service was great and the breakfasts were perfect. Our only comment is that we were on the third floor and it is a "walk up." While it was fine for us, I would imagine the stairs up to the room might be challenging for some.

13-15 Gower Street London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Russell Square and Oxford Street
  • Free breakfast
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in London City Centre, Staunton Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Russell Square and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Oxford Street. This 17-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a computer station, and a 24-hour front desk.


Dining

Free breakfast is included with your stay.


Property features

Staunton Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a computer station. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area.

Room options

Superior Single Room, Ensuite (Lower Ground Floor)

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 1

Superior Double Room, Ensuite

1 King Bed | 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 2

Triple Room, Ensuite

3 Twin Beds | 1 Twin Bed and 1 Double Bed | Sleeps 3

Standard Double Room, Ensuite

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Staunton Hotel

Everyone (2) Business (1) Couples (2) Family (4)
5

short stay in london before cruise

Everyone

Extremely helpful staff who went out of their way to help when we arrived without luggage fore the first 36 h of our 3 d stay. Room snug but very clean and comfortable with fridge and AC but no elevator- would request a lower floor room if you have heavy luggage! Good tasty hot breakfast. Close to Shopping, restaurants and within 10 min walk to tube stations, and 6 min to the British museum

By , from cleveland ohio on May 13, 2017

4

good location

Everyone

Very helpful staff-Valentina, onsite manager at reception, was especially gracious and assisted with baggage and room change as well as directions. Very good breakfast selections and staff.

By , from California on Jul 26, 2016

5

autumn in london

Family

I was in this hotel several times. It is very clean and nice. The staff is polite and kind.

By on Oct 7, 2015

3

both positive and negative

Family

This is a charming small hotel. However in my mind, it is quite expensive, compared to what you get with the money. The room was quite cozy, large for London terms and quiet, but it was in the second floor in an old town house with no elevator. The minibar was quite large in selection, but was not filled for our second day. The breakfast was good, but there were no other facilities in the hotel. Next to the elevator, I would have expected at least some type of small bar and garden patio, or even a small pool.This was ok, for few days and the location is great for visiting British museum, but I would not spend this money for a B&B for any longer period of time......

By on Oct 20, 2014

3

noisy but good location

Family

The only complaint we'd have is the noise. A motor like sound kept coming for hours on end from behind a wall. We had to be moved in the middle of the night because of it. The street outside is also very busy. Keep these in mind if you're looking for a quiet hotel. The hotel doesn't have a lift. We didn't mind the climb but for some people it may be inconvenient. Location is great, walking distance to Soho. Rooms are small but that didn't matter. Good breakfast.

By on Dec 16, 2012

4

excellent overnighter

Couples

Location great for theatre and public transport to West End and City. Only stayed one night but would do so again for several nights.

By on Nov 5, 2011

4

excellent short term location

Couples

Very pleased. Just one night at the theatre but I will be back and use for the occasional short business trips I make to London. For onger than 3 nights I do prefer an apartment though.

By on Oct 21, 2011

5

fantastic - great great great

Business

Fantastic place - great room, bed, staff. location and breakfast. Hotels should be simple, there should be no struggle for internet, good service, clean, warm and well lit rooms. The Staunton is great at all those, and to top it off they have a great breakfast. Seriously consider this hotel over the Raddison just down the road. I'll be back to the Staunton when visiting London. Bhavik.

By on Mar 10, 2010

4

charming in every way!

Family

This was our first trip to London and this hotel was perfect for our visit. The location is superb and it the room was lovely. Service was great and the breakfasts were perfect. Our only comment is that we were on the third floor and it is a "walk up." While it was fine for us, I would imagine the stairs up to the room might be challenging for some.

By on May 8, 2009

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