Which room?

Hotel Megaro houses 49 contemporary and comfortable rooms, each one an intimate and individual base from which to enjoy your stay in London.

All our rooms feature luxurious handmade beds, grand en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, 32” TV’s and personal espresso machines.

 

Flying Visit? Try a Standard Room.

Double, twin or triple. En suite bathroom. Free WiFi. What more do you need?

Ideal for a great night’s sleep, our standard rooms offer great value for those just passing through, or in need of a place to crash. Fully kitted out with everything you need to relax and refresh, our standard rooms are our cosiest option and perfect for a fleeting visit.

 

Staying For a While? Consider a Large Room.

Extra space to spread out and relax, or sleep up to four people.

Groups of up to four – or couples who fancy something more spacious – might prefer our large rooms, which give you a bit more space to really kick back. Equally inviting as our standard rooms, our large rooms have bigger beds, extra storage and larger areas for working, partying or relaxing in comfort during a longer stay.

 

Fancy Something Special? Treat Yourself to an XL Room.

The very best views of Kings Cross, with enough room for four people to relax, work or party.

With nearly twice as much extra area as already spacious standard rooms, our luxurious yet versatile XL rooms are ideal for couples looking for a special escape, or larger groups who want somewhere where they can really spread out.

 

The Complete London Experience: Your Very Own Apartment.

A luxury London apartment for up to five people, including a built-in kitchenette.

These suites are fully furnished, luxury apartments in the very heart of London. The very apex of comfort and accommodation, each apartment is uniquely decorated and big enough to sleep four or five, on Queen size Vi-Spring mattresses and luxurious Milano softabeds.

 

 



2 Responses to “Which room?”

  1. Tina Mansfield says:

    Hi

    I was looking to find out how much a room would cost for a family of 2 adults one child (7) to say either 1 or 2 nights on 13/14th August this year. If you can let me know I would be very grateful.

    Many Thanks
    Tina

  2. mary nicolaou-pieretti says:

    Hi

    I was looking to find out how much a room would cost for a family of 2 adults three children (14),(11),(2) to say either 5 or 6 nights on 25/26th December this year. If you can let me know I would be very grateful.

    Many Thanks
    Mary

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