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Review of the Hotel Megaro in London

Review of the Hotel Megaro in London

Location

We chose the Hotel Megaro London primarily due its location – it is literally a stone’s throw from St Pancras International. As we are regular Eurostar users then a good hotel as near as possible to the train station is a must.

We have now stayed at the hotel twice – February 2016 and May 2016. If you are lucky you may get a great view like this of King’s Cross Station!

This is a perfect hotel for those catching the Eurostar due to its proximity to the station!

Hotel Megaro London


Checking – in


Check-in is from 14:00. We were greeted by throughly professional and friendly staff both times we checked in to the hotel. The staff are clearly interested in making sure guests have the best possible stay


Rooms at the Hotel Megaro


The hotel has modern, stylish rooms which includes free Wi-Fi access, a safe, tea and coffee making facilities and a great media system to access TV and music.

We have stayed in 2 different categories of room on our visits – the standard double room and the deluxe double room.

Both were lovely and perfectly attuned to the needs of the traveller.

Hotel Megaro


Facilities at the Hotel Megaro


Restaurant – we had dinner and breakfast in the adjoining restaurant. Conveniently you can access the restaurant  directly from the hotel. Dinner was delicious. Breakfast is a little pricey in our opinion.

Hotel Megaro


Staff


Always exceptional. THE nicest staff I have yet to meet at any hotel.

For a perfect example of just how amazing the staff are on our last stay I happened to mention we were off to Paris for my birthday. As soon as I had said this I was asked if we would like a complimentary glass of prosecco brought to the room as a way of the hotel wishing me a happy birthday. Ten minutes later there was a knock at our hotel room door and the hotel receptionist standing there with two glasses of prosecco AND a birthday cake! How lovely!

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Hotel Megaro


Checking-out


Smooth – friendly staff even at 5 am when we left!


Would we stay here again?


YES every time we are catching the Eurostar or in fact staying in London this is my hotel of choice. It is the attention to detail and wonderful staff that make this one of my favourite hotels to stay at.

This hotel gets 5/5 from us!


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HI THIS IS ME – TRACY

Hello from Australia

Traveller, teacher, train lover, and milkshake connoisseur.Now living and working in my 7th country and experiencing life in Queensland, Australia.

I write to inspire others whatever their age to explore the world - near and far!

I have travelled for over 30 years including solo in my 20's , as a single parent in my 30's and now in my 40's and beyond with my husband. House sitter and aspiring grey nomad a life of location independence is my goal.

Over 40 years ago I dreamt of a life well travelled and that is the life I live!

Dream it, plan it, do it!!

Tracy

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