The hotel is in a wonderful location just down the street from Russell Square tube station and a short walk from the British Museum. The room was very large and had plenty of amenities -- robes, small fridge, coffee and tea maker with selections refreshed daily, iron and ironing board, etc. The small desk area was perfect for getting ready in the morning. The bathroom was also very spacious and plenty small kits (shaving, toothbrush & paste, sewing, shower caps) were provided. The cat-themed wallpaper and rugs throughout the hotel were a cute touch. The elevator was also appreciated. There are plenty of restaurants and grocery stores in the streets around the hotel as well. The only negative I can think of was if you are being dropped off by car, it can be very difficult to find a place to stop due to the hotel being along a very busy street. That's a minor quibble for such a nice, spacious room in a very central London location!…
From the very beginning the hotel was perfect, a large (average cost for London)car park was opposite. Checking in was easy, the receptionist was very polite. The reception/bar was lovely, original fireplace and stove made it look great. The room was clean and everything we needed. The hotel itself was well situated for us. Very good hotel which we will definitely stay in again.
Great place for us to stay. We stayed 2 Nights at this hotel. The check in was very smooth greeted by a friendly smile of welcome from Rafe who explained how to get to our room ,10 out of 10 for welcoming us to the Hotel .Best things about this Hotel, 1 Location Location Russel square underground very close so we could explore this wonderful city big plus it’s on the Heathrow Line to get to the Airport Piccadilly line. 2 Plenty of places to eat for Breakfast Lunch and tea close by, we recommend Noxys across the road on the corner for great coffee and Bagels for breakfast. 3 We found we could walk easily to a lot of Touristy places from our Hotel if you are in to walking and taking in the sites on the way ,places we walked to included Piccadilly Circus, Travalgar Square Convent garden and The Embankment. 4 Our room had a comfortable bed great lighting as you could turn the main light off from the bed as well as lamps by the bed.I love to read so I have to have that lamp. 5 Huge bathroom with Bath and shower in one,all bathroom soaps provided shower cap toothbrush’s and slippers and Bathrobes, towels white and fluffy and face clothes provided. 6 Our room was on Level three and towards the back read about this in a review on this website to get a quiet room ask for it and I did! Great nights sleep very quiet ,our view was of the building next door but we weren’t in the room for a view so that was fine by us also they had windows you could open up in our room and Bathroom. 7 Our room had coffee and tea provided and a coffee machine and biscuits and hot chocolate too ,wonderful, a fridge with 2 bottles of water provided of which we bought some cold drinks from the local Tesco store that was close by so we could enjoy a night cap or two before going out and afterwards. 8 At the reception which on arrival you go down on the lift to the ground floor they stored our luggage while we explored a little more before heading to the Airport great service!! 9. Bustop more or less right out side the hotel. 10. Thoroughly enjoyed out stay here at Morton Hotel and highly recommend this hotel to everyone !…
Just a last minute overnight stay. Price was good, hotel room was not 'large' but it was more than big enough and the comfort was excellent. WiFi excellent for Zoom calls etc. Scent was excellent. Staff friendly. Really thought it was great value for money.
This was my first time in this hotel and I will come back for sure. Great location, outstanding place and service. Highly recommended if you wanna spend a few days in central London. Very friendly staff, clean room, affordable price and really close to the tube station.
Stayed for three nights at the Morton Hotel on my way back from France. The hotel staff are very friendly and accommodating. I had some problems with my room and they promptly moved me to another room without hesitation. The hotel can use a bit of updates as it shows wears and tears but the amazing staff really make up for it. I especially appreciated Marc, Rafatul, Jonan, and Fadua. Also shout out to Arianna the manager, she is professional, warm, and welcoming. Overall, I am impressed with the staff.
The staff were friendly and helpful and the room clean and comfortable a great location in London. My wife and I regularly travel to london and this trip again the Morton did not disappoint. It is great value for money and very well located for exploring London
The Morton is the ideal place to stay for a quick holiday. The rooms are nice and big, the hotel location has easy access to everywhere and the staff was great. We want to specially thank Fadua for her great service and friendly nature. We loved that the hotel had Spanish speaking staff for when we had trouble communicating. Definable recommend!
Having stayed at the Morton off and on for years, but not since covid, we have to say we were disappointed. Nothing has been done in years to refresh the rooms. The furniture is beat up and tired, the carpet frayed, our first room had a wet carpet from a broken toilet, our second the shower head sprayed all over the bathroom. We expect more from an established hotelier such as Imperial. We actually booked several rooms having invited friends to join us, and they were not impressed either. I have to say that regretfully without improvements, we may not stay in the Morton again.
Picked this hotel mainly for its location, 50 yards from Russell Square tube station and overlooking great Russell Square green space. A direct tube ride to/from Heathrow T2 on the Piccadilly line. Room good, well equipped and daily maintained. The hotel feels recently updated and not a well used typical tatty London row house conversion however the shower was mouldy, hall lights out and not replaced. Biggest service issue, asked for noon checkout (11 is stated) and got a hard no. Cannot remember a hotel stay where something as minor was rejected and with minimal attempt to justify or soften the decision. Basement reception and bar/breakfast not ideal. Lots of local options for breakfast especially Cafe Tropea directly across in RS green space so didn’t try the £15 basement special. Walked to West End in 15 mins for a show, very close to Museum, Dickens House, Library, university etc. Bloomsbury area is clean, seems safe and has an interesting feel.…