Affordable luxury in London.. great location and ambiance..
Excellent service, cute rooms (small, but as expected), wonderful marble bath. Turn down service includes chocolates! In a convenient area, not far from the Tube.
Stayed 7 nights and really enjoyed the hotel. Room was very nice. Bed very comfortable. The staff are very professional and helpful. Concierge desk was very good helping out with any questions. Loved location near British museum and nice area close to Oxford St. and Soho. Very close to hop off on buses for getting around to tourist sites.
Best value for money in London
The hotel exceeded our expectations. It was beautiful, clean and stylish, it even had fragrance oils in every corner so it smelled like heaven. The double bed room was relatively small but has everything one might need. Bathroom was big, beautiful and luxurious with boutique soup collection. The housekeeping was exceptional, the room was cleaned twice a day and little treats like chocolate was left for us once a day. Loved it!
Service, location, history and character
Small 'standard' rooms, only just large enough for a couple with minimal luggage.
Comfortable bed, large bathtub (with shower attachment), quiet, good temperature control, good location, friendly staff.
The room was pretty small, but it was adequate. Even at the discounted Kayak price, it was expensive, but the value for money was still high.
Built in the 1930's by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, The Bloomsbury Hotel welcomes guests to step into a more graceful era upon crossing its Georgian threshold. Fully restored in 1998 as a luxury boutique hotel, the building retained many of its original aspects, from its stone entryway to a high-ceilinged, elegant lobby and library. While offering a more contemporary aesthetic, the hotel references its original architect with furnishings in neutral tones or black and white, Lutyens' preferred color scheme. The Bloomsbury Experience The Bloomsbury Hotel offers perfectly modern amenities like free Wi-Fi and a fitness center, though guests should be sure to take the famous, traditional Bloomsbury afternoon tea at the Landseer Restaurant, or if weather permits, outside on the Summer Terrace. (The Landseer also serves excellent contemporary cuisine all day and classic cocktails in the evenings.) The wheelchair-accessible hotel is popular for both weddings and business functions, with several different lofty, ornate reception rooms and an on-site chapel. Look Around the Neighborhood In walking distance of The Bloomsbury Hotel are the British Museum, the quirky Cartoon Museum, and the Royal Opera House. Children will love Coram Fields, an exceptionally fun playground and park. Bloomsbury, with its many galleries, cafes, and restaurants, is also convenient to other coveted London areas, like Covent Garden. For accessing broader London, the Underground is around the corner, at Tottenham Court Road.
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