Located just a few minutes from The British Museum, Theatreland, Soho and the boutiques and markets of Covent Garden, The Bloomsbury sits at the heart of the historic and vibrant 18th century Bloomsbury, London’s literary heartland and home to several galleries, antiquarian
bookshops and an eclectic selection of cafés, traditional pubs and eateries. Housed in a Grade II-listed neo-Georgian building designed in the 1930s by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the greatest British architect of his age, signature
architectural features within the hotel include a magnificent stone entrance, stunning double-height lobby and quirky
Lutyens-designed ironwork. Like its iconic architecture,The Bloomsbury evokes a comforting sense of refinement and understated glamour – inspired by the past yet emphatically contemporary. And thanks to several cultural partnerships including Poet in the City and the Royal Society of Literature, this unique hotel maintains strong cultural links that are very much in keeping with its position at the centre of London’s literary heartland.
The Bloomsbury Hotel is located in the heart of the theatre district, within walking distance of most London shows. Tottenham Court Road tube station and The British Museum are just 200 metres from the hotel.
Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Soho and the shops of Oxford Street are all within a 10-minute walk. St Pancras International Station, which includes the Eurostar service, is a 10-minute drive from the property.
Luxury bedding, fluffy bathrobes and slippers, and flat-screen TVs are featured in each room at The Bloomsbury, as well as Malin & Goetz toiletries, and complimentary tea, coffee and water. Free Wifi is available in the bedrooms and public areas.
Dining options within the hotel include The Bloomsbury Club Bar & Dining Room or Dalloway Lounge and Dalloway Terrace which is open daily from 07:00, the terrace features retractable roofing in a secluded area.