Just like other parts of the city, the North London is also worth paying a visit to since it has many attractions and offers a great chance to do a bit of the sightseeing. One can, for example, visit the amazing London Zoo that’s located in Primrose Hill, or check out the famous Camden Markets that are filled with all sorts of antiques, snacks, drinks, and all possible items that you can think of. One can also visit the Kenworth House (Hampstead Heath) for a bit of the history, or take a swim in the swimming pool of the Hampton Heath. The North London certainly offers many possibilities, but in order to do anything – one should have a base, and what better base than one of the North London hotels? Many of them are pretty luxurious and can offer loads of amenities to the guests, who will certainly be pleased to use them as their starting points for exploration of the northern parts of the city. Most of these places are also very close to bus and train stations, which means that the easy access to other areas of the city is guaranteed. The best hotels in North London are:

1.The Great Northern Hotel

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The name says it all – this is one of the best hotels in this part of the city, opened all the way back in the middle of the 19th century and being designed by the famous Lewis Cubitt. It is an upscale place that offers contemporary, modern rooms which are equipped with things such as HD TVs, mini fridges, and machines for making Nespresso. The Great Northern Hotel is also known for its three luxurious bars, and there is also a British eatery.

Address: N1C 4TB, Pancras Road

2. Hilton Angel Islington

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One of the best things about this place is that it’s just a few miles away from both the London Eye and from the Tower of London, which makes it a nice base for touristic exploration of the city. The Hilton Angel Islington, like most of the Hilton hotels, features the sleek rooms which come with large TVs and free Internet access, while the suites of this place have access to a lounge which serves food. The pets are welcome here!

Address: N1 0UY, Upper Street 53

3. Megaro

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The next North London that you should know about is the Megaro, situated at the Belgrove Street (just south of the St. Pancras station). The rooms of the Megaro are among the funkiest in this part of the city, and they also have rainforest showers, the flat-screen TVs, mini bars, desks, the espresso machines, and the much-needed Internet access. It is a place which features one very chic restaurant, as well as the vintage bar that serves only the best cocktails.

Address: WC1H 8AB, Belgrove Street

4. Renaissance (St. Pancras)

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This is one of the most famous hotels of North London since it’s situated inside a beautiful Gothic building that is just next to the St. Pancras international station (talk about easy access to other areas of London!). This hotel has rooms that are plush and very cozy, being a fantastic welcome for all those tired of traveling by train. The Renaissance has a nice indoor pool, the spa, the fitness center, two stylish restaurants, and the large event space.

Address: NW1 2AR, Euston Road

5. Pullman (St. Pancras)

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Just like the previous hotel on our list, the Pullman is also close to all the major transport stations of this area of London. It is a modern hotel that is perfect for the business people since it features the conference facilities, the business center, as well as the seventeen meeting rooms. Other amenities of this place would include the European restaurant, the hip bar, and the rooms that feature all the necessary hotel amenities. The closest attraction is the British Museum.

Address: NW1 2AJ, Euston Road 100

6. Premier Inn (St. Pancras)

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This hotel is also close to the St. Pancras station (about five minutes of walking away), providing an affordable accommodation combined with the easy access to other areas of London. The Premier Inn chain is known for basic rooms that are at the same time comfortable and functional, and the same could be said about this place – the guests will find the bright rooms equipped with soft beds, modern TVs, bathrooms, and the coffee making equipment. There is also the on-site restaurant, serving the cooked breakfast.

Address: NW1 2RA, Euston Road 88

7. Premier Inn (Angel Islington)

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The next hotel on our list is also a part of the Premier Inn chain, this time being situated on the Parkfield Street, very close to the Angel station. The many shops, restaurants, and pubs of the Islington district are just around the corner while the hotel itself has its own restaurant, as well as the bar. The guests can expect the free Wi-Fi connection, as well as the en-suite bathrooms (with showers), TVs, and the machines for making tea and coffee.

Address: N1 0PS, Parkfield Street 18

8. DoubleTree Hilton (Islington)

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This place is located on the Pentonville Road, just three minutes away from the Angel station, and about a mile and a half away from the well-known British Museum. It is a place with warm, welcoming rooms that have relaxing decorations, as well as the usual amenities of London hotels. Guests can also expect the breakfast buffet (requires an additional fee), as well as the on-site bar and a restaurant. There are also four meeting rooms for the businessmen, as well as the business center.

Address: N1 9LA, Pentonville Road 60

9. Generator

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The Generator is one of the best hostels of London, located at the Tavistock Place and offering some pretty colorful rooms that come with shared bathrooms and with the free access to the Internet. There are also the private rooms, and the Generator also features a very hip restaurant (and the bar) that serves the pub food, as well as the comfortable lounge area and the cinema. The closest attraction would be the Madame Tussauds museum, being about two miles away from the hostel.

Address: WC1H 9SE, Tavistock Place 37

10. Clink 261

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The next place that we’re about the present you is situated on Gray’s Inn Road, very close to the Foundling Museum. It is a simple hostel that has bright rooms, equipped with bunk beds and with the free access to the Internet. There are also the private rooms at Clink 261, and they add the machines for making tea and coffee. The Clink 261 has a guest kitchen, as well as the lounge which even has a game console.

Address: WC1X 8QT, Gray’s Inn Road 261

11. San Domenico House

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The San Domenico is one posh and elegant place, featuring the expensive rooms which have high ceilings and the beautiful, antique furniture, with all rooms featuring free Wi-Fi, mini bars, and the modern TVs. The San Domenico also has suites, and they add the separate living areas. There is also a fitness room and the business center, and the guests are also served with the complimentary breakfast. The closest place worth paying a visit to would be the Saatchi Gallery.

Address: SW3 2SH, Draycott Place 29

12. Charlotte Street Hotel

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The Charlotte Street Hotel is, as expected, located on the Charlotte Street, only five minutes of walking away from the vibrant Soho Square. It is a swanky place that features a very stylish restaurant with beautiful murals and the terrace, and there is also a library/lounge, a gym, the cinema, and the bar. Rooms of the Charlotte Street Hotel are very well equipped, featuring amenities like the iPod docks, free Internet, modern TVs, and the granite bathrooms with walk-in showers.

Address: W1T 1RJ, Charlotte Street 15

13. Adria

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This hotel can be found at the Queen’s Gate, situated in an old Victorian house and being very close to the beautiful Kensington Gardens, as well to the South Kensington station. It is one of the best North London hotels, featuring rooms that come with the satellite television, iPod docks, and marble bathrooms (heated floors). The Adria also has a gourmet restaurant, four elegant lounges, and the suites which come with 4-poster beds, fireplaces, Nespresso machines, and showers that feature rainfall showerheads.

Address: SW7 5AB, Queen’s Gate 88