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Local Insight & Information

Very much the point which connects London with the rest of the world, it isn’t hard to see why this area has become more and more popular with business in recent years. There is plenty to do and see in the area from stunning collections from throughout history to fascinating museums, many within walking distance from the station itself. Expected to be an area of major redevelopment in the near future the locality is a brilliant and well-connected place to base your business. Restaurants in Euston even have their own unique way about them; whilst they may not focus on interior design in a big way, the tastes are phenomenal.

EUSTON

With there being little residential properties left in the area restaurants are mainly there to serve busy commuters who pass through the area daily and generally don’t stay for too long. That is why destinations such as Roti King are the simple but surprising eateries that you will find in Euston. The roti which is served here has been hand fashioned in to a unique shape that differs every time you visit, one thing you can rely on however is that it is always flaky to touch and creamy to taste. The buttery bread is then dunked in to a bowl of soul warming, although messy curry. This location is certainly one of the best places in London to get roti; it’s quick to eat and provides a serious treat for the taste buds. In a similar way to which the restaurants are designed with commuters in mind there are plenty of hotels such as Thistle Euston to accommodate the same demographic. The rooms are comfortable and modern, providing ultimate relaxation after a busy work day and the building is very business savvy too.  The hotel has 10 meeting rooms with the largest of which seating up to 100 people as well as break out areas similar to those you’d find within your own office, inclusive of high tables with laptop sockets and Costa coffee at your fingertips.

Key Transport Links

Transport has made Euston famous as well as making access in to London extremely fast and convenient. Since the construction of its major station, the Euston terminus, commuters have flocked through the area in huge swarms day by day. The central location of the station is brilliant and it is close to Kings Cross, Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury; trains are operated by First Scotrail, London Midland, London Overground and Virgin Trains linking London directly to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Chester, Liverpool and more. Euston Underground Station also provides links to the Victoria and Northern lines and Euston Square and Warren Street are also within the locality connecting to the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern and Victorian lines.

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Just as you leave Euston Station you are already greeted by iconic and interesting destinations for both tourists and regular visitors to the area to enjoy. The Welcome Collection is a free exhibit displaying some fascinating pieces which explore all things human. They have a range of galleries, events and places to read, all of which combine to make a captivating demonstration of the human body. The upper floor displays the amazing Medicine Man as well as Medicine Now which explores six centuries of life; both bizarre and brilliant sites are to be witnessed here including, a Peruvian mummified male, Darwin’s walking stick, a gastrointestinal camera the size of a baked bean and a robot used in the human genome project. The British library is another site which should definitely be explored whilst in Euston; here lives the Sir John Ritbalt Gallery: Treasures of the British Library. Again this site is free to the public and some amazing treasures from around the world can be appreciated from within, wonders such as the Magna Carta, Shakespeare’s First Folio, Lewis Carroll’s manuscripts of Alice’s Adventures Underground, Beatles lyrics handwritten by John Lennon, and drawings on pages from Leonardo’s Da Vinci’s Notebook all reside here.

Euston Developments

The amount of office space within Euston has dramatically increased in recent years and the areas residential properties have long since been taken over. The ongoing commercial development that Euston sees has made it an appealing area for businesses and there are certainly no plans to stop this growth. However, one area from the residential past of Euston that still gladly remains is that of Euston Square Gardens. Lawns, trees, shrubs and benches make up the area and provide a beautiful route from the station to the office as well as a lovely location to grab some air and a bite to eat during lunch. Plans to continue the advancement of the business world in Euston are evidential in the London Plan of July 2011 which foresees a minimum of 5,000 new jobs amounting to around 70,000 sp. m. of new business floor space being provided by the area come 2026.

Local Insight & Information

Very much the point which connects London with the rest of the world, it isn’t hard to see why this area has become more and more popular with business in recent years. There is plenty to do and see in the area from stunning collections from throughout history to fascinating museums, many within walking distance from the station itself. Expected to be an area of major redevelopment in the near future the locality is a brilliant and well-connected place to base your business. Restaurants in Euston even have their own unique way about them; whilst they may not focus on interior design in a big way, the tastes are phenomenal.

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EUSTON

With there being little residential properties left in the area restaurants are mainly there to serve busy commuters who pass through the area daily and generally don’t stay for too long. That is why destinations such as Roti King are the simple but surprising eateries that you will find in Euston. The roti which is served here has been hand fashioned in to a unique shape that differs every time you visit, one thing you can rely on however is that it is always flaky to touch and creamy to taste. The buttery bread is then dunked in to a bowl of soul warming, although messy curry. This location is certainly one of the best places in London to get roti; it’s quick to eat and provides a serious treat for the taste buds. In a similar way to which the restaurants are designed with commuters in mind there are plenty of hotels such as Thistle Euston to accommodate the same demographic. The rooms are comfortable and modern, providing ultimate relaxation after a busy work day and the building is very business savvy too.  The hotel has 10 meeting rooms with the largest of which seating up to 100 people as well as break out areas similar to those you’d find within your own office, inclusive of high tables with laptop sockets and Costa coffee at your fingertips.

Key Transport Links

Transport has made Euston famous as well as making access in to London extremely fast and convenient. Since the construction of its major station, the Euston terminus, commuters have flocked through the area in huge swarms day by day. The central location of the station is brilliant and it is close to Kings Cross, Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury; trains are operated by First Scotrail, London Midland, London Overground and Virgin Trains linking London directly to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Chester, Liverpool and more. Euston Underground Station also provides links to the Victoria and Northern lines and Euston Square and Warren Street are also within the locality connecting to the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern and Victorian lines.

More on Location

Just as you leave Euston Station you are already greeted by iconic and interesting destinations for both tourists and regular visitors to the area to enjoy. The Welcome Collection is a free exhibit displaying some fascinating pieces which explore all things human. They have a range of galleries, events and places to read, all of which combine to make a captivating demonstration of the human body. The upper floor displays the amazing Medicine Man as well as Medicine Now which explores six centuries of life; both bizarre and brilliant sites are to be witnessed here including, a Peruvian mummified male, Darwin’s walking stick, a gastrointestinal camera the size of a baked bean and a robot used in the human genome project. The British library is another site which should definitely be explored whilst in Euston; here lives the Sir John Ritbalt Gallery: Treasures of the British Library. Again this site is free to the public and some amazing treasures from around the world can be appreciated from within, wonders such as the Magna Carta, Shakespeare’s First Folio, Lewis Carroll’s manuscripts of Alice’s Adventures Underground, Beatles lyrics handwritten by John Lennon, and drawings on pages from Leonardo’s Da Vinci’s Notebook all reside here.

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Euston Developments

The amount of office space within Euston has dramatically increased in recent years and the areas residential properties have long since been taken over. The ongoing commercial development that Euston sees has made it an appealing area for businesses and there are certainly no plans to stop this growth. However, one area from the residential past of Euston that still gladly remains is that of Euston Square Gardens. Lawns, trees, shrubs and benches make up the area and provide a beautiful route from the station to the office as well as a lovely location to grab some air and a bite to eat during lunch. Plans to continue the advancement of the business world in Euston are evidential in the London Plan of July 2011 which foresees a minimum of 5,000 new jobs amounting to around 70,000 sp. m. of new business floor space being provided by the area come 2026.

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