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"Outdoor terrace facing Lincoln's Inn Fields with dining and bar service"
Situated by Lincoln's Inn Fields, the largest public square in London, this Club Quarters is in a great location for those doing business in the City as well as being central for all the capital has to offer.
Club Quarters are full service hotels designed for business guests. They offer a range of accommodation in a club-like atmosphere, and this establishment near Lincoln’s Inn Fields is strategically located between the West End and the City. Its unique features include an outdoor terrace facing Lincoln’s Inn Fields with dining and bar service throughout the day. It also has a Club Living Room with a social networking area.
To book accommodation at Club Quarters, you have to be a member or work for a member organisation, but the rooms offer superb value and quality service. Membership of Club Quarters is available organisations including government agencies, professional firms, charities, associations and educational institutions.
Standard guest room features include free high-speed internet access wired at desks, a workstation with lamps, ergonomic chairs, luxury bedding and linen, two-line speaker telephone, cordless phone, a direct dial number, 24-hour room service, a stocked refrigerator, complimentary coffee/tea, alarm clock radio with iPod docking station in most locations, individual controlled heater/air conditioning and complimentary exercise equipment delivered to rooms.
"Superior rooms, suites and apartments offer the comforts of home with hotel service"
Superior rooms with a kitchenette are larger and have a queen-size bed, a kitchenette, a dining area, a pullout sofa bed in some rooms and many complimentary services. One-room suites with a kitchenette are large suite-style rooms with a queen-size bed, a kitchenette, dining and living areas, a pull-out sofa bed in some rooms and all the complimentary features. There are also studio apartments and deluxe studio apartment. Some of the rooms are available with full kitchens. Storage can be rented at low rates. Family units or twin beds are available on request. Garments can be stored between visits.
Other features and amenities include restricted entry for greater security; instant registration and check out; 24-hour front desk with concierge; free high-speed wireless internet access throughout the hotel; free chilled, bottled water; private club living room with complimentary coffee, tea, newspapers, magazines and games; use of computers/printers; universal charging stations; laundry/dry cleaning and vending machines. There is a restaurant and bar; group meeting and event space; day rooms and offices; and a fitness room.
Club Quarters can be booked for weddings offering intimate or grand receptions, rehearsals and gala breakfasts. Options include a free suite for the bride and groom, complimentary upgrades for the parents of the bride and groom and other customised arrangements.
"Historic part of London between the City and the West End"
Lincoln's Inn Fields is a delightful part of London. The historic square has a large grassed area that is very popular in the summer months for Londoners to sit and enjoy the sun. It contains a court for tennis and netball and a bandstand. The London School of Economics and Political Science, which is a School of the University of London, is a short walk from the doors of Club Quarters Lincolns Inn Fields. Drury Lane and the Aldwych are close, and are famous for theatres. Covent Garden is also nearby and is the home of the Royal Opera House as well having a market and a central piazza where street performers entertain the crowds. The British Museum and Sir John Soane's Museum are a short walk away.
The nearest tube station is Holborn, which is on the Piccadilly Line and Central Line of the Underground. You can catch a tube train directly from Heathrow Airport to Holborn station. The nearest mainline stations are City Thameslink and Blackfriars. You can catch a train directly from Gatwick Airport to City Thameslink. Blackfriars station is on the District and Circle Lines of the Underground as well as being a mainline railway station. Stations in the area are in Travelcard Zone 1. The area is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars.