St Athans

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St Athans

20 Tavistock Place

Russell Square

London WC1H 9RE


+44 (0)20 7837 9140


info@stathanshotel.com

We’ve made it easy for you to find us, with simple instructions from the most common routes into London – so for information on arriving from an underground (tube) or overground (mainline) station click here, and for information on arriving from a London airport click here. And use the maps on the right side of this text.

Getting Around

This link is for the official London Transport Journey Planner, where you can work out how to get somewhere within London – and if you have a smart phone we also recommend you download the Citymapper App (which will give you all possible options to get anywhere in London, walking, bus, tube, tram and taxi).

Trains & Coaches

For information on regional trains around the UK go to the National Rail Enquiries website or if you have a smart phone try their National Rail App, and for coaches go to CheckMyBus website.

Cycling in London

The owners of the St. Athans Hotel are keen cyclists, so bike riders are very welcome here. We have storage for a few bikes, an air pump and a bicycle repair kit for guests on two wheels. For cycle routes and maps, planning a quite ride and all other info on cycling in London click here, and for the UK National Cycle Network Sustrans click here.

London also has public bikes to hire. Santander cycles (aka Boris Bikes) are available just a few minutes from the hotel – click here for more information

Driving in London

We do not recommend bringing your car to London, but if you do please note that the Congestion Charge of £ 11.50 applies on weekdays between 07:00 and 18:00. To find out where the charges apply click here, and to pay online click here.
You can park on the side streets (with one yellow line) near our hotel for free on weekdays between18:00 – 08:30 and on Saturdays from 13:30 until Monday 08:30. Outside of these hours parking is expensive, difficult and inconvenient so the best option is usually a car park. There are quite a few car parks close by (download the map here) and they charge approx £ 20 per day. Also try JustPark.com

If you’re lucky enough to have an electric car here is a map of where you can park and charge