History with a contemporary twist at BMA House
In the heart of London's Bloomsbury district, just a stone's throw from Euston Station, this stunning building was designed in 1911 by famed architect Edwin Lutyens and has been home to the British Medical Association since 1925. It's also an elegant setting for corporate events and special occasions, and was recently upgraded to include all mod cons which complement, rather than distract from, its historic splendour.
The Wellcome Collection - a must for the curious
Founded in 1936 by a stipulation in the will of philanthropist and entrepreneur Sir Henry Wellcome, the free museum and library aims to explore health, life and our place in the world. It's full of thought-provoking content, and is just a short walk away from BMA House on Euston Road.
A box of delights awaits at the British Museum
Extraordinary artefacts from across the globe await visitors to the British Museum, which is just a 10-minute walk from the BMA on Great Russell Street. Here's the place to go if you want to get up close and personal with Ancient Egypt's mummies or the loot from Sutton Hoo. Planning a trip to BMA House? Travelodge London Central Euston Hotel, Travelodge London Central Kings Cross Hotel and Travelodge London Central Kings Cross Royal Scot Hotel are all just a stone's throw away.