With rail links to many areas of the UK, Euston Station is a vital hub that attracts thousands of visitors every day. There are lots of fantastic attractions nearby, so find a cheap hotel near Euston Station and get ready to explore.
Regent’s Park has plenty of features to enjoy, including gardens, a lake and boating area, and children’s playgrounds. At the northern end of the park is London Zoo, home to 758 species of animals, including gorillas, giraffes, and tigers.
A hotel near Euston Station is ideal if you’re planning to travel further in the UK or Europe, with good rail links via King’s Cross and St Pancras stations, both just a short distance away.
Situated behind the gorgeous Victorian architecture of the Midland Grand Hotel, St Pancras station provides services to Sheffield, Nottingham and smaller towns, as well as Eurostar trains to Paris, Brussels and Lille.
Just opposite is King’s Cross station, with its newly restored frontage. Serving destinations in Yorkshire, the North East, and Scotland, this busy station has lots of places to eat under its sweeping steel roof.
The British Museum is a must-visit if you have time during your stay. This impressive neo-classical building houses over eight million items, covering thousands of years of history. Some of the highlights of this fascinating collection include the Lewis Chessmen (as seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone), the Vindolanda tablets (the oldest surviving written documents in Britain with accounts of life on Hadrian’s Wall during the Roman Empire), and the Rosetta Stone (an ancient Egyptian decree that advanced our modern understanding of hieroglyphs).
Get up close and personal with stars new and old at this popular tourist attraction on Marylebone Road. With highly detailed, life-sized wax models of celebrities, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were face-to-face with the genuine article. Take a selfie with Brad Pitt, One Direction, Marvel’s Avengers, and many more famous figures.
Walk past the cheap hotels near Euston Station and catch a bus up to Oxford Street for a fantastic selection of stores including all the high street favourites. Primark, Top Man, H&M, and American Apparel all have branches here and there are many boutique stores on the surrounding backstreets. Just off Oxford Circus is Regent Street, with an Apple Store, All Saints, and the famous Liberty London store, with its striking mock Tudor exterior.