Access in Summary
The Ibis London Euston Hotel is located within a short distance of Euston Railway and underground stations. Local buses are frequent and have numerous routes.
Drop Off & Car Park
There is a Drop Off area directly outside the Hotel Entrance. There are accessible parking bays to the left and underground parking is to the right. You must display a ticket and pay on exit for the underground parking.
Access into Entrance
The Main Entrance to the Hotel is located on Cardington Street. There is a slight lip at the threshold of the double automatic sliding doors. The Entrance doors are operated by a PIR movement detector.
The Reception is manned 24/7, it is at a standard height but there is an accessible lowered section. There is also a chip and pin machine available and an induction loop. Staff speak the following languages: French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Indian dialects.
The Hotel Bar is located directly across from the Reception Lobby, adjacent to the Restaurant. The Bar offers hot snacks and a 24 hour bar.
La Table Rouge Restaurant can be accessed from the Reception Lobby. It is open plan and it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on a daily basis.
The Ibis London Euston has 380 air conditioned rooms offering a modern and spacious design. The Hotel offers 8 Accessible Bedrooms with En suite facilities, the rooms are situated within easy reach of either the Lifts or the Reception Lobby.
Access to all Areas
The Passenger Lift is located within the Reception Lobby and offers access to the Upper Floor Accommodation as well as stairs being an alternative.
The Hotel offers two meeting rooms located on the Ground Floor near the Bar & Restaurant. Different seating plans and equipment are available on request.
There is internet access available in the Reception Lobby. The facility is available daily and is pay as you go via coins or credit & debit card. There is also a public telephone located in the Reception Lobby.
There is an Accessible Toilet located near the Bar & Restaurant on the Ground Floor, it offers grab rails, an assistance alarm and transfer space.