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Do you need luggage storage near Euston? You've come to the right place. Travelling with bags and suitcases through Euston is a verified nightmare: the busy station is full of baggage-laden tourists and commuters. If you're travelling in from the North, you can avoid any baggage drama by using Stasher instead.
There are no self-service luggage lockers in London, although the Excess Baggage Company runs a storage facility in Euston station. Our recommendation: avoid, unless you want to pay £12.50 per bag, queue for half an hour and risk not being able to store at all because it's full.
You can search and reserve any one of our hundreds of storage points in local hotels. It's fully insured, it's affordable and you have plenty of spaces to choose from, with capacity for literally thousands of bags.
Our first ever host was signed up right by Euston station - the lovely Michelle, of 4 Woburn Walk, whom to this day represents Stasher and has stored bags for thousands of tourists since we started. There's not an awful lot to do in Euston itself, however, it's a very well-connected part of London, and if you're visiting UCL (University College London), it's the best station. At Euston, you're also a stone's throw from King's Cross or Camden, two more vibrant districts of the capital. Check out our guides to each of those districts here.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Euston is a busy terminal and it's well connected. The Victoria line links you to Victoria and Mayfair, while the northern line connects Euston to London Bridge or Waterloo. Euston is on that fascinating part of the northern line where both branches connect, but only one side will take you up to Mornington Crescent.
Euston is a good place to stay if you're visiting London from the north. It's also a great place to check out the campus of London's best university: UCL. The Portico and the famous cloisters are normally open to the public and UCL departments are scattered all around Bloomsbury. In easy reach are the Brunswick Centre and Russell Square and the British Museum - officially London's most popular tourist attraction.