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Albion House
29 Argyle Square
Kings Cross


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The Albion House Hotel is a brand new boutique hotel, with beautiful spacious en-suite bedrooms. The hotel situated in a tranquil square and is privately owned and operated.

Each bedroom has a unique style, combining modern contemporary design and charm. The hotel is excellently located in Central London close to Kings Cross and within easy reach of Londons World famous West End with its shopping, theatres and countless tourist attractions. The Albion House Hotel offers an unobtrusive yet attentive and genuinely warm level of service: a warm welcome awaits both the Tourist and Business Professional alike. There is a 24 hour reception so there is no restriction on what time the doors close and you can check in to the room at any time of the night. All en suite rooms are brand new ( first 20 rooms completed on February 2004 and the next 20 rooms completed January 2006), all en suite and strictly non-smoking to ensure our guests comfort and well being.

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