Commonly known as one of the finest hotels in London, The Bloomsbury Hotel offers style, luxury and a host of facilities throughout. Designed by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, this neo-Georgian listed building underwent a huge transformation and was fully restored it to its former glory which is clear to see as you walk through the door. Greeted by iron railings, grand stone steps and not to mention exceptional levels of hospitality, prepared to be wowed at this city break hotel.
Decorated with the cosiest sofas and armchairs you can spend all day snuggled up in the lounge, or enjoy a few drinks in the ever so luxurious oak panelled Landseer Bar. It’s all possible in this grandeur hotel. Their bedrooms offer an air of refined luxury with crisp sheets, duck down duvets and plenty of facilities to match.
The menus that can be found in the restaurant and bar are delightful with contemporary British cuisine all served within a beautiful setting. Afternoon tea is also available and is a favourite with many, offering a host of cakes, patisseries, tea and coffee and fancies, this is the perfect way to spend your afternoon.
Located not far from the lively London region of Covent Garden, the Bloomsbury Hotel offers the perfect solution to a break in the city. If you are going to see a West End show, wanted to delve into an array of shops, looking for a quaint restaurant or even wanted to soak up the culture with a host of street performers around every turn, Covent Garden offers something for everyone.
Other highlights of the hotel include their historical library which is fully stocked with hundreds of books, conference facilities perfectly suited for any sort of business meeting, a concierge service who are happy to assist with whatever you may need and they also cater for families with plenty of family friendly services.
There are 152 guest rooms and suites at the Bloomsbury Hotel offering everything that you could ever need for the perfect night’s sleep. Complimentary wireless internet access is offered throughout all of the rooms.
The Superior Rooms offer a mix of traditional with contemporary and amenities that you can find include a queen-size bed, power shower, air conditioning, telephone, in-room safe, iron with ironing board, hairdryer, television and a host of Aromatherapy Associate bathroom products.
Deluxe Rooms offer everything that you can find in the Superior Rooms plus a Nespresso coffee maker, mineral water, a cosy bathrobe and an evening newspaper.
The Studio Suites are beautifully decorated with calm and soothing colours and each offer a king-size bed, a spacious and comfortable lounge area, a Nespresso coffee machine, fluffy bathrobes and slippers. The bathroom boasts a separate shower and bath and a whole host of Aromatherapy Associates bath products.
Offering every facility that you would expect from a luxury London hotel and a little bit more, the Bloomsbury Hotel has it all.
If you are looking for the finest dishes of contemporary British cuisine then look no further than the hotel’s very own Landseer Restaurant and Bar. Offering a host of British creations, this stylish restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy an evening meal. And why not enjoy a few cocktails after dinner? It’s all possible in their sophisticated bar.
Traditional afternoon tea is also available in the relaxing surroundings of the Lutyens Lounge. You can choose from a whole feast of sandwiches, scones with jam and cream, freshly baked cakes and a selection of tea and coffee choices.
The historical Seamus Heaney Library is named after a highly prestigious poet and writer who has been visiting the hotel for nearly ten years now. Offering wall upon wall of great literacy novels, you can curl up upon the sofa with a good book.
Catering for family stays is something that the Bloomsbury Hotel is mighty proud of. With a host of London attractions right around the corner, this hotel offers the logical choice for your family. They offer additional beds, children’s menus, complimentary access to the swimming pool at the Marylebone, a children’s concierge service, a DVD player and plenty of DVD’s, children’s magazines, milk and chocolate, and use of Wii and PlayStation games.
The Bloomsbury offers plenty of hotel packages to suit every need so whether you are visiting for business purposes and want to make the most of their conference rooms, want to enjoy an indulgent break with a host of spa treatments, or even visiting to see a show, they offer incredible package deals to suit.
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