57 Gower Street, Camden, Euston, WC1E 6HJShow on map
Gower House Hotel is situated in the charming London district of Bloomsbury, an area renowned for its literary connotations. It was here in the early 1900s that the Bloomsbury group, which included Virginia... Read More »
71 Gower Street, Marylebone, WC1E 6HJShow on map
“Regency House Hotel is well priced for the price conscious” The Regency House Hotel is a 14 room, 2 star budget friendly hotel which is located in Soho, West London. This lies in Zone 1 of the... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
75 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 6HJShow on map
The Bloomsbury district of London evokes an older era of the city, with grand Georgian and Edwardian buildings, landscaped garden squares and an impressive literary legacy, as it was once the home of Virginia... Read More »
Bed and Breakfast
69 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 6HJShow on map
The Garth is a small, privately owned hotel, in the centre of London. The hotel is housed in a Grade II listed, 18th century, Georgian town house of historical interest. It was the birthplace in 1839 of... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
77 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E6HJShow on map
LH Comments: Firstly, we recommend that you ignore the suspiciously negative "single contribution" reviews on Tripadvisor and read the ones from seasoned reviewers who are much more likely to be submitting... Read More »
83 Gower Street, Kings Cross, WC1E 6HJShow on map
Hotel Information Offering budget accommodation, Arosfa Hotel – London is just 0.2 miles from Goodge Street tube station, which is on the Northern Line (Charing Cross branch). Other nearby tube stations... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
30 Rathbone Street, West End, Fitzrovia, W1T 1LBShow on map
The Rathbone Hotel on Rathbone Street is just 100m east of Berners Street in London's West End W1. The Middlesex Hospital is only 250m away and Soho is a 5-minute walk south. Within 500m is the British Museum.... Read More »
4 star classic boutique hotel
17-21 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 6HGShow on map
LH Comment: Think top 3 star rather than the designated 4 and you will be very happy with this London townhouse style hotel. The location is one of the best in London with three tube stations within easy... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
11-13 Bayley Street, Bedford Square, Bloomsbury, WC1B 3HDShow on map
"Modern hotel in the epicentre of central London" This stylish modern hotel is very well located for transport connections. It is 0.2 miles from Tottenham Court Road Underground station, on the Central and... Read More »
4 star classic boutique hotel
13-15 Gower Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 6HEShow on map
Staunton Hotel, London Situated in Bloomsbury, in the heart of London’s West End, Staunton Hotel is in an area of pleasant Georgian Squares yet close to London attractions. Bloomsbury is famous for its... Read More »
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Goodge Street tube station is on the Northern line in Zone 1. Located on Tottenham Court Road near the junction with Goodge Street, it lies just outside the northern most fringe of central London ís West End.
Underneath the station is housed one of London ís deep level air raid shelters dating from the Second World War, which was used by the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. The invasion of France in 1944 was announced by General Eisenhower from this shelter, which has also been used during filming of the Dr Who TV series.
During the 1960s Goodge Street had a reputation for being associated with the drug taking linked to the emerging flower power counter culture movement and inspired Donovan's 1965 song 'Sunny Goodge' Street which was later covered by Paul McCartney amongst others. The area today is mostly known for the large number of electronic goods shops on nearby Tottenham Court Road. A number of retail businesses do stand out however, including 2 notable furniture stores in Heals (196 Tottenham Court Road) and Habitat (196-199 Tottenham Court Road) , both of which are at the cutting edge of British home furnishing design.
Local attractions include Pollock's Toy Museum, a fascinating collection of childhood memorabilia located in two old houses (25 Scala Street), The Drill Hall Theatre And Arts Centre (16 Chenies Street) and the UKís most prestigious drama school The Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art (62-64 Gower Street) which also stages public performances.
There are quite a few smaller art galleries in the vicinity, including Contemporary Applied Arts (2 Percy Street), Coningsby Gallery (30 Tottenham Street), Rollo (51 Cleveland Street) and Josh Lilley (44-46 Riding House Street).
The BT (British Telecom) Tower (45 Maple Street) standing at over 600 feet high is one of the tallest buildings in the area. Constructed for telecommunications purposes in the 1960ís, it used to house a revolving restaurant on the top floor. The tower is now closed to the public but is worth a look from the exterior to take in its impressive scale.
You wonít have to go far to find a restaurant in the area, with a sizeable selection of different cuisines available including Salt Yard for Spanish (54 Goodge Street), Signor Grilli for Italian (40 Goodge Street), Wai for Chinese (34 Goodge Street), Yoisho for Japanese (34 Goodge Street), Miga for Korean (29 Goodge Street) and La Perla for Mexican/Tex Mex (11 Charlotte Street).