The Club provides 4* accommodation in five historic Georgian townhouses overlooking one of Bloomsburys most attractive garden squares. We blend the traditional with the modern to make the Club a home away from home for those who wish to enjoy the best the capital has to offer.Our superb central location makes the Club the perfect place to stay - we are close to the British Museum, the British Library and Kings Cross St. Pancras station home of the Eurostar. We form part of the educational charity, Goodenough Trust, and guests can take advantage of the cultural and academic events at Goodenough College. The buildings now occupied by Goodenough Club were designed as a suite of town houses by Joseph Kay in the early 19th century as part of one of London's most beautiful garden squares. They became a nursing home during the Second World War and were later entirely renovated by Goodenough College to provide guest and visitor accommodation. The buildings were re-opened as Goodenough Club in 2001. Patron: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Not really a hotel
Pros: Staff was friendly. Bathrooms nice.
Cons: It is a converted college alumni dorm with very small rooms and little comfort. Not appropriate for almost 300 GBP.
Place was fine but not a typical hotel. I think de
Pros: Staff were great, good location clean.
Cons: Lack of restaurant/bar. My room was a pied a terre so again a bit odd but whatever People should just be aware of it.