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Grange Beauchamp Hotel
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Reviewed March 28, 2013

We booked this hotel based on favourable reviews on Tripadviser, competitive cost and location. It is in easy walking distance of Holborn Underground Station (best to avoid Russell Square because of the lift) which connects to the Central and Piccadilly Lines. The British Museum is literally just around the corner and Covent Garden/ Leicester Square are also within easy walking distance. This is the historic part of Bloomsbury and a number of similar houses along the street have been converted into small boutique hotels several of which are also owned by Grange, so you get the appearance of intimacy and the benefits of scale. The staff are attentive and relaxed and I liked that you had to buzz the door to get in. We were in room 001 on the ground floor at the back. Nice and quiet although there is very little activity on the road outside so I doubt traffic noise would be a problem for any guests. You are more likely to be disturbed by the air conditioning or squeaky floorboards above your head. The room was well fitted out with coffee making facilities, bath and shower. There was plenty of hot water which is not always the case. The rooms are a little on the small side though. Not a problem for a long weekend but could be awkward if you had a large suitcase. There is a restaurant but we chose to eat out. The only negative was the price of breakfast. Over £23 per person (£17.50 for Continental) seems a little high. We found 'The Field and Bush' two thirds of the way down Museum Street, a delightful (Italian) family concern where you will be well looked after and receive excellent value. The first day I had the scrambled egg with salmon with toast. A full English Breakfast at £5.50 is even cheaper and freshly cooked while you wait. They are closed on Sundays though. The best recommendation for this hotel is would I go back. The answer is a definite yes, provided the price remains competitive.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Mike P
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

Bedford Place is a quite and relaxed street one block from British Museum and close to Holborn. Stayed one night at the Beauchamp and enjoyed the hole stay very much. Staff is very helpsome and you feel welcome right from the start. The room was an upgrade with lots of sq meters and all neccesary equipment. The bed was good and with very little noice from the strees you can have a good nights sleep in the very center of London. Breakfast a little modest but all what you need is there. I had dinner in the restaurant and met very pleasant waiters and good food. Only to recommend - and of course very convenient if you are in London for some tourist days and want to be able to start sightseeing right outside your door. Beauchamp is a coming back hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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Thank Pharmacist83
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Reviewed March 17, 2013

I stayed here in February 2013 whilst in London overnight on business. The first thing that happened was that I got upgraded from a double to a junior suite - VERY nice! The staff were helpful and friendly, the room was beautifully furnished and the bed was very comfortable. Even though it's in such a central location, it's in a really quiet street - my room was at the front of the hotel and I heard no noise, either during the night or in the morning. I had the full English breakfast and had to wait while it was cooked - that's a compliment, not a complaint by the way, because it arrived freshly cooked and not having been sitting around under hot lights for a couple of hours. It isn't cheap but if you can get a deal it's well worth it. I would always stay here if I need to stay over in London and failing that, Grange Hotels have about five other hotels in the same street (eg the Lancaster, the Portland) so I would try one of them.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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Thank Christopher K
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Reviewed March 16, 2013

Had a wonderful stay in the Beauchamp, the location was convenient for seeing all the sights and all within walking distance if you enjoy experiencing london city by foot. We were upgraded to the junior suite which was perfect. Only draw back was the lounge area as the seating was uncomfortable and beside check in desk, although drinks could be ordered it was not very inviting. A cosier bar area would have been been the icing on the cake. The staff was friendly and helpful and I would recommend this lovely hotel.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank bytesize
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

Stayed here with my parter for our anniversery for two nights at the start of march. Hotel was lovely, staff were very freindly and helpful and the room was perfect for what we needed.
The continental breakfast was very nice but wouldnt of paid for it if it wasnt already included as very expensive.
Location was good as 3 mins walk from the tube and about 20 min walk from soho area. Overall brilliant weekend away and would recommend to anyone wanting a hotel in this area.

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