Free Internet Access
24h/ Free internet acces in all hotel
28 Rooms/Family Flats
Single, double, tween rooms and beautyful family flats
24 Hours CCTV Security
You can feel safe with the security system
Heating Regulation in each room
Every day cleaning service
Direct Phone Line
Easy contact with the reception
Free Parking Space
Free parking space around hotel
Book TAXI with Us
Do you need a TAXI? No problem. Order your taxi with us
ALL OUR ROOMS INCLUDE A COMPACTED REFRESHING TILED BATHROOM. IN EACH OF OUR ROOMS YOU WILL FIND PLASMA TV, TELEPHONE, LARGE WARDROBE, DESK, ELECTRIC HEATING, VENTILATOR, CLEAN TOWELS, FREE INTERNET AND SERVICE CENTER FOR SELF-MADE COFFEE/TEA
SINGLE/DOUBLE BASIC ROOMS IN FOREST HOUSE HOTEL
DOUBLE/TWIN STANDARD ROOMS IN FOREST HOUSE HOTEL
Choose our snug, bright and welcoming single/double room for a quick and longer stay at the FOREST HOUSE. Ideally for those who travel alone and couples/ friends for work, holiday or for a short stay in the city.
The Deluxe Super King rooms are among the most spacious rooms in the house – With additional indulgent features including an showers and our sumptuous super king-size.if you’d prefer you can have your room set up with two separate single beds – Please specify the bed configuration at the time of bookin
FAMILY STANDARD ENSUITE
The Family Super King rooms are among the most spacious rooms in the house – One double bed and one single bed.
The TRIPLE Super King rooms are among the most spacious rooms in the house – With additional indulgent features including an showers and our sumptuous super king-size.
APARTMENT-FAMILY WITH BATH
Family studio, one bedroom or two bedroom flats as hotel rooms. own kitchen, beautiful large bathroom with bathtub, large space. Take one of our beautiful flat and enjoy the time together with your family.
BOOK TAXI WITH US
Do you need a TAXI? No problem. Travel or order a taxi to the airport
Coffee or tea in the morning? In each of our rooms you will find a set for setting your own coffee or tea.
The iconic north London venue offers everything you need for an extraordinary event or great day out with the benefit of some of the best panoramic views of London. Over the years, the People’s Palace has hosted a range of events, including international darts competitions, professional boxing matches and the largest screening of the 2010 World Cup in London.
Slurp on scientific ice cream at Camden Market
The stalls and stores around Camden High Street and the Lock might not be quite so weirdly varied as they once were, but there’s still plenty of out-there fashions, music and curiosities to be had. Go browsing then revive yourself with an ice cream from Chin Chin Labs, where your choice from a small (but always delicious and inventive) menu of flavours is prepped and frozen in front of you using liquid nitrogen. We always knew that chemistry GCSE would come in handy one day.
Climb aboard a book barge
You’ve already found that Stephen King you were missing and are just calmly flicking through the newest Nigel Slater when a duck glides past the window. So goes shopping at Word On the Water, a 1920s Dutch barge that serves as a floating bookshop. Prices are reasonable and the selection is excellent – the only issue is that it moves. Check the Word On the Water Facebook page before you set off to work out which bit of Regent’s Canal it’s moored at.
Experience late-night animal magic at London Zoo
A visit to London Zoo and its exotic inhabitants has been a must for animal-mad Londoners since it first opened to the public in 1847. Nowadays it offers extra special experiences for those who want to get that bit closer to the wildlife. Younger visitors (ages 7-11) can stay overnight in the zoo’s bug house thanks to the Bedbugs Sleepovers, which include a torchlit tour of the zoo after dark, games, storytelling and talks. Grown-ups can book their own sleepover adventure – staying at the Gir Lion Lodge rooms right next to the slumbering big cats. Yikes.
Take on the Crystal Maze
Yes, as in the old TV show that used to be presented by Richard O’Brien! (Only not with Richard O’Brien, obvs.) The rise in puzzle-oriented escape-game attractions around London has created a new kind of experience for mates who like something more challenging than a pub quiz machine, and we think this is the best: a lovingly recreated version of the TV show, complete with glass dome and all the physical, skill, mental and mystery challenges you’d expect. Even if your team loses, it’s a proper giggle.
Get lost in music at the Union Chapel
Islington’s nineteenth-century gothic revival church is always a glorious place to watch music, comedy or whatever else is on the bill, but tickets often take some forward planning. Daylight Music offers a chance to just drop in, listen to some wonderful music and soak up the venue’s lovely atmosphere, and all for free. The concerts take place most Saturday afternoons. Bring a little cash to buy some cake from the charity café.