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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near British Library, UK From 22 USD

Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near British Library, UK

The iconic British Library in London is the largest of its kind in the world, at least in terms of the number of items that have been catalogued — 150 million to date. It is also the location where the historic Magna Carta is housed. The library is free to the public, and anyone can utilise its vast work and reading spaces, complemented with free Wi-Fi that can be used upon registration. The British Library hosts many exhibitions including those open to the public, as well as the more exclusive ones that require payment. While you can bring in your own food, you may also want to dine in one of the several cafes the library has to offer. You can find the British Library right next to the St Pancras International Victorian station and King’s Cross train station. Read on to choose your hotels and vacation rentals near this iconic library, starting from 98 USD per night:

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