London offers more hotel options than one can easily fathom. Everything from a budget hotel to near palaces fit, literally, for kings and queens. In between these extremes are hotels like The Bloomsbury. The service from everyone we encountered at the hotel was supurb. From the bellman to handled our extensive amount of luggage (my wife never travels lightly) from the cab to our room, to the people at the front desk who checked us in and endured our travel weary humor, to the maids who made sure our room was always clean and well appointed.
The hotel offers a very nice breakfast. It wasn't included in our room price and, if I have any complaint at all about the hotel, it would be the price of the breakfast. However, once you're eating it, the sting of the price fades away a bit. Our room was not overly large, but it was VERY comfortable.
The hotel is located in an area that is perfect for hitting nearly all of London's vast, interesting sites. We had intended on using the Underground to get around, but we found that our location allowed us to easily walk to most of what we wanted to see. We did "Tube" it to places like Tower Hill and Knightsbridge, but most everything else was a pleasant walk from the hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bloomsbury provides tradition through the design of revered architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and is nestled in the heart of bustling Bloomsbury, itself steeped in literary and architectural history. The hotel is moments from London highlights The British Museum, Oxford Street, Theatreland, Soho and Covent Garden. The 153 contemporary guest rooms and suites are bright, spacious and located over 8 floors overlooking the neighbouring streets and rooftops or onto the quiet central courtyard. Our generous corner suites offer residential style living spaces and are equipped with every convenience for the perfect stay including Nespresso coffee machines, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, marble ensuite bathrooms with Victorian roll top baths and heated floors, flat-screen TVs and luxurious Aromatherapy Associates bathroom products. Bloomsbury Club Bar & Dining Room offers delicious, locally sourced cuisine. Relax with a drink on Dalloway Terrace or savour the quintessential Bloomsbury Afternoon Tea in Dalloway lounge and feel a brief respite from the pulse of 21st century London just outside the door. Dalloway Terrace Breakfast: 7am-10.30am Monday-Friday Breakfast: 7am-11.00am Saturday-Sunday All Day Dining Menu: 10.30am-10.30pm Monday-Friday Brunch 11.00am-4.00pm Saturday-Sunday All Day Dining Menu 4pm-10.30pm Saturday-Sunday ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bloomsbury Hotel London