Guest Directory - Room - Morgan Hotel

Dear Guest,
We are delighted to welcome you to the Morgan Hotel in Bloomsbury.

It is our sincerest wish that during your stay with us you will have an exceptional experience; whether you are here for business or pleasure.

  • You can rest assured that our reception team will be on hand to help with any needs from, Taxis and Car Hire, Medical assistance and Emergencies to concerts and restaurant booking.
  • Breakfast is served between 7:30 – 9:30 AM
  • Free Wi-Fi to keep you connected.
  • We provide daily maid service. Towels will be changed at your discretion, please try to re-use them when you can.
  • Check out time is 11:00, please make sure to leave the keys on departure.
  • This building is protected by smoke detectors and fire alarms. In case of fire please make your way to the street corner of Great Russell Street.
  • If you have any problems using any of the equipment in your room please do not hesitate to contact a member of our staff.
  • The management cannot take responsibility for valuables left in the room.
  • The Hotel holds no responsibility for loss of valuables while you are in the Hotel. The safe provided in your room is free. Any such things that you cannot get in the safe, please bring to reception.

Please remember that the Morgan Hotel is located in a residential neighbourhood so please be respectful to noise levels at night. Enjoy your stay!

Yours Sincerely,

Morgan Hotel Management


Telephone

  • For an outgoing call: Press 9 (London landlines beginning with dial codes 0207 and 0208 are free). All speed dial call, 0800 or 0808 are also free access. Other calls require prepaid phonecard (ask reception where to get prepaid phone cards.)
  • For reception: Press Reception
  • For wake-up call: Press Wake-up button and enter 24-hour clock format and press OK twice. To delete press the triangle button and then OK
  • For main menu: Pick up receiver to return to Main Menu

Maid Service

The rooms and apartments will receive every day maid service. Linen will be changed for stays of 7 nights and over. Please ask our member of staffs from the reception office if you need any fresh towel or refill of your toiletries. (Please note that momentarily this service is on hold subject to the UK guidelines)


Television

There are over 80 channels on your TV. This includes BBC1, BBC2 and many more including Entertainment, Music, Film, Lifestyle, children’s and Radio.


Power Adaptors

Power adaptors can be borrowed from reception


Room Safe (Type A)

When you enter the room for the first time the safe should be open. In order to use it please follow these instructions;

  1. Locate the red button on the rear of the door
  2. Press the red button
  3. Enter your personal code (4 digits) then press. Confirm your code by pressing “#”
  4. To open the safe enter your code and confirm by pressing “#”. Turn the doorknob counter-clockwise.
  5. To lock, shut the door then turn the dial anti-clockwise.

PLEASE LEAVE THE SAFE OPEN UPON DEPARTURE


Room Safe (Type B)

When you enter the room for the first time the safe should be open. In order to use it please follow these instructions;

  1. To memorize new code press “C”.
  2. Enter 4 digit code.
  3. Close the door and keep it pressed until the light is off.
  4. To open: Enter your code.
  5. To Close: Close door and keep it pressed until the light is off.

PLEASE LEAVE THE SAFE OPEN UPON DEPARTURE


Accident and Emergency University College Hospital

Address:

University College Hospital
235 Euston Road
London
NW1 2BU

Switchboard: 0845 155 5000

How to get there:
By bus:
Tottenham Court Road – North bound (Tottenham Court Road station) – Bus No’s 10, 73, 24, 29, 134

By tube: Warren Street (Northern / from Tottenham Court Road)

From Morgan Hotel: Turn right after you step out of the hotel, walk straight for about 11 minutes and the hospital is suited on the left just across the road from Euston Square tube station.


Places nearby / walking distance

Soho is a hard place to pin down. The district – and its southern subsection Chinatown – teems with tourists going to West End shows, media professionals marching to work, hungry patrons sampling some of London’s best restaurants, bars and pubs. But Soho was also home to many historical figures, including Mozart, Karl Marx and many more.

Oxford Street
Oxford Street offers an unrivalled shopping experience thanks to its exciting mix of high-street fashion and international brands, accessories, childrenswear, technology and homeware.

With over one and a half miles of high street brands such as Topshop, Gap, River Island and endless iconic department stores including Selfridges, John Lewis, House of Fraser and more.

Covent Garden/Shaftesbury Avenue
Enjoy a wide range of shopping, theatre, bars, restaurants, hotels, and culture in Central London’s Covent Garden district.

Covent Garden in London’s West End is a popular destination for visitors and Londoners who enjoy shopping, theatre, restaurants, bars, history and culture. Geographically, Covent Garden is located in Central London, bordered by the City of London and Leicester Square. It is within walking distance of Soho, the river Thames and Trafalgar Square.

There are several smaller areas within Covent Garden that are worth exploring such as the traffic-free Covent Garden market piazza, The Opera Quarter, St Martin’s Courtyard, Seven Dials, Neal’s Yard, and Floral Street.

British Museum
The British Museum is a museum dedicated to human history, art, and culture, located in the Bloomsbury area of London. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.

Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Collection is the free visitor destination for the incurably curious. Located at 183 Euston Road, London, it explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future. The venue offers visitors contemporary and historic exhibitions and collections, lively public events and the world-renowned Wellcome Library.