Arosfa Hotel by Compass Hospitality is a refurbished 200-year old Georgian Town House in the heart of historic Bloomsbury district, the former home of the famous Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir John Everett Millais.
Located in the heart of London, many of the city’s main attractions are within walking distance. Oxford Street and The British Museum are 10 minutes away on foot, while Regent’s Park can be reached in 25 minutes’ walk.
Oxford Street and Leicester Square can be reached in 5 minutes from either Goodge Street or Euston Square tube stations, which are both within a 10-minute walk of the hotel.
Camden is a great choice for travellers interested in theatre, shopping and entertainment like Covent Garden, Soho, and central London are 15 min away.
ROOMS and RATES
Discover a smartly designed Boutique hotel in the beating heart of Bloomsbury. Our stylish, compact rooms range from Single rooms to Family rooms. Nearly all of the bedrooms have been redecorated to a high standard with luxury en-suite facilities, central heating and Flat screen TV’s with free view channels. Rooms also have Hair driers and electric ceiling fans installed for your comfort.
Single RoomStart from $80 per day
Our an single room come with en suite shower room, TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in this
Double RoomStart from $120 per day
Refurbished room with spacious bathroom, large ceiling fan, and an LCD TV with Freeview channels.
Twin RoomStart from $120 per day
An en suite shower room, TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in this room.
Superior Double RoomStart from $170 per day
With garden views, this room has a high ceiling, a fireplace and wooden flooring. There is a large LCD
At Arosfa Hotel by Compass Hospitality, the breakfast room is located on ground floor of the hotel. Breakfast is served from 7:30 – 9:30 AM on weekdays and 8:00 – 10:00 AM on weekends and bank holidays.
For those exploring further afield we are also within easy walking distance of London Underground’s Euston Square, Russell Square, Warren Street and Goodge Street Tube stations and Euston, Kings Cross and St. Pancras mainline railway stations.
Our location is excellent hence we will have direction to land on Google Map pages.
OUR GUESTS HAVE SPOKEN
WHAT THEY HAVE SAID
I had a perfect overnight stay here. The personnel was very friendly, efficient and attentive. Checking in was effortless. The single room was, as expected, small. But it was also very clean, contained all that was needed, the bed was comfortable, and WiFi fast (and connection strong). The breakfast was really good too. Overall, Arosfa Hotel exceeded my expectations and I will be staying there in the future too.
Very pleasant visit
Excellent little hotel within less than 10 min walking distance to Euston Station. Received a nice welcome and check in and had asked for a quiet room as had an exam. The only fault was the shower head did not work (only the overhead rain shower worked- but very minor). Overall, cozy room with coffee, tea, biscuits and hot chocolate selection in the room. My only wish is that I had more time for breakfast and did not have to rush off - the selection provided was really great AND includes a full English breakfast in addition to the continental (just as shown in some of the pictures). Very nicely set up too. I'd definitely stay again and it was reasonably priced for a last minute, one night stay.
The people were very friendly and helpful. The hotel rooms are very nice and clean with comfortable beds and nice linens. The rooms are pretty quiet. The hotel is near the train station, museum and restaurants.
Arosfa Hotel has a very central London location, and it is very conveniently situated within a walking distance from several Tube stations, so there's easy access to all major lines. It is located on a rather quiet street. During the day there is constant music from some establishment on the street facing the hotel, but it gets very quiet at night. The hotel also has a tiny garden with a roofed sitting area. The double room itself was very small but comfortable, the beds were reasonable, and the shower seemed brand new. It should be noted that there was no air conditioner in the room, but the ceiling fan was enough to make the nights pleasant. However, if you happen to be in London during a heatwave, we imagine it could get quite stifling in the room. We were on an upper floor, which was not an issue for us, but mind that there is no lift and the upper rooms are quite a climb. All in all, if it wasn't a very hot time of the year, we'd definitely book again.
Great location and a very nice hotel
Stayed here for 2 nights with my daughter. Excellent location for central London, 10 minutes’ walk to Oxford Street. Breakfast was the best bit, with a choice of cooked English or fruit, cheeses, pastries etc. and lovely hot, strong coffee to get you going for the day. The staff are lovely, and the atmosphere homely. Would just say if you are visiting during a hot weather spell, the rooms upstairs do get quite hot and we had no air con.
Perfect for a short stay in central London