Hotel in Detail:Proudly boasts it was one of the first ethically run (by policy) hotels in London. A focal point of The Wesley in Euston is the Atrium area. This modern looking open plan and airy area connects the bar and restaurant areas and is furnished with orange and blue chairs and sofa seats. Atrium is accessible throughout the day. The hotel building is also home to a number of resident students
Bedrooms are modern in style with a boutique feel and en-suite facilities (toiletries supplied). They come with air conditioning, tea/coffee maker, flat screen television and radio, desk, internet access, in-room safe, hairdryer and direct dial telephone. Voicemail, iron and wakeup calls on request. They are all on the top (3rd floor) and are accessed by a lift.
There is a room service.
The Atrium restaurant/Cafe is open 7.00am till 10.00am (Weekend 8.00am till 11.00am), Noon till 14.00 (except Sunday), 17.00 till 22.00 (Su8nday till 21.30)
Express Menu available from 10.00 till 17.00.
Main meals include a hot buffet with regional and international dishes and vegetarian options.
The bar is located next to the restaurant and serves a full range of alcoholic and soft drinks. Open 11.00 till 23.00.
There are a number of meeting rooms that come with internet access and can handle up to 150 delegates.
The Wesley Euston hotel reception is open from 07:30 till 22:30 and then is staffed by security from 22:30 till 07:30.
Public areas are air-conditioned and have free WiFi internet access.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Euston Square 140 yards (128 metres), Railway Station: London Euston 0.12 miles (0.2 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 2.9 miles (4.7 km), Motorway: M1 Junction 1 5.1 miles (8.2 km). There are 5 tube (underground) stations within half a mile (0.8 km).
Perfectly located for Euston mainline railway station which is just 150 yards (3 minutes walk) from The Wesley Hotel and Conference Centre. The International terminal of St Pancras is also just half a mile further down the Euston Road. Just on the very northern edge of what would be considered central London and just over 1 mile from the very heart of London around Piccadilly Circus. The area of Euston itself is somewhat down market compared to the glitzy tourist areas in other districts and reflects its transient nature. Euston Road has a number of smaller type shops but major shopping and amenities can be found less than a mile to the north along Camden High Street . There are restaurants in the surrounding areas. Even closer (less than half a mile) on the south side of Euston Road is Tottenham Court Road. This has become a one of the capitals biggest areas for electrical and entertainment items, often at huge discounts. As you get closer to the the southern of Tottenham Court Road you hit the West End itself and here you will find the start of the bars and theatres that makeup the main night life areas. Another big plus for the hotel is being walking distance (0.4 miles) from Regents Park. This is a large open area that includes London Zoo and an open air theatre. Other local places of interest include the Petrie Egyptian Archaeology Museum , British Library (0.4 miles), House of Homosexual Culture (16 Chenies Street) (0.4 miles), Pollocks Toy Museum (1 Scala Street, W1T 2HL) (0.5 miles) and the British Museum (0.8 miles).
Bedroom Numbers: 28 / 4 floors
Check-in: 14.00 (2 pm)
Check-out: 10.00 am
This hotel has averaged a score of 3.9 out of 5 by 3893 past guests
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Internet:WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Pets:Pets are not allowed.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 78% by past guests. The London average is 79% and the average for 4 star hotels is 80%. Therefore this hotel is below average for its sector (star rating) .
Milesfaster ranking: 528th from 865 London hotels, and 241st of 333 four star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: A similar hotel nearby (0.5 miles, 0.7 km) would be the 4 star Fitzrovia Hotel, where rates start from £105 and which has a 74% guest satisfaction rating.If you are looking for something a bit cheaper then take a look at the Fitzrovia Hotel. 0.5 miles away (0.7 km), gaining a satisfaction rating of 74% from its past guests with base rates starting at about £105.
Prefer something with a higher guest rating? Then the 3 Star Arosfa Hotel Bloomsbury may be one too look at. The Arosfa Hotel Bloomsbury is only 0.3 miles (0.5 km) away. A highly rated hotel with a guest score of 89%.
Local hotels analysed:The closest fifty hotels around this area (81-103 Euston Street, NW1 postcode) that are listed on this website cover a 0.7 miles (1.1 km) radius. The numbers for each star rating are 6 five star hotels (average rating 90%), 20 four star hotels (average rating 79%), 15 three star hotels (average rating 77%), 7 two star hotels (average rating 69%) and 2 one star hotels (average rating 61%). The highest rating goes to Montague On The Gardens Hotel (4 star) at 98%.
Base Rates: We look at what the average base rates are for the area and by star rating. These rates do not take account of offers and short term deals so are just a guide. If we look at the average for all hotels in the area (nearest 50) we get an average base rate of £108 per night. The lowest rates are at £16 at Generator Hotel (2 Star, 74%) and highest base rates of £324 at London Edition Hotel (5 Star, 90%). Averages for each sector of star rating: Five Star average: £243, Four Star average: £108, Three Star average: £87, Two Star average: £57 and One Star average: £53.
We rank hotels based on our own proprietary algorithm based mainly on guest ratings but adjusted for influencing factors. We rank The Wesley 27th of the 50 local hotels and 13th for the 20 four star hotels in the area. The hotel is 28th of 50 (9th of 20 four star hotels.) for lowest standard rates locally. Looking at the hotels rates plus its user rating we rank it 18th of 35 for sheer bang for buck (Generator Hotel was top).
History: Was called the Mic Hotel and Conference centre until 2013.
£12 million pounds refurbishment in 2012.