The Bloomsbury, London
Nestled in West End Theatre district, an oasis of refinement awaits guests at The Bloomsbury Hotel. Newly redone while staying loyal to Sir Edwin Lutyens heritage, the hotel combines a stunning grand salon bar - The Coral Room - a heated alfresco dining hotspot - The Dalloway Terrace and of course The Bloomsbury Club Bar, bringing back the glamour era of the 1920s. A step under the canopy and in the reception promises an enchanted stay.
Among the accommodations at The Bloomsbury, the Suites are the most spacious and opulent options.
With great space and careful attention to details, the Luxury Studio Suite is composed of an entryway with closet space, a king bedroom open on a living and office. The oversized marble bathroom sports a lavish yet chic vibe with a free standing bath tub, Italian shower and luxurious amenities.
In a similar fashion as the rest of The Bloomsbury, rooms and suites features warm earthy tones with bold fabrics and furniture styles. An harmonious mixture of patterns both modern and welcoming.
Central London at your doorstep. Quite literally the case when staying at The Bloomsbury. 2 min walking distance from Tottenham Court Road subway station is ideal to explore such a vast city. For a shopping spree, Oxford street is within walking distance as well. The staff has excellent recommendations about London’s must see and local spots.
FOOD & DRINKS
With three different venues, The Bloomsbury offers great possibilities to eat and drink on the spot. Dalloway Terrace is open for breakfast, brunch, at the weekends and all-day dining. Every season the scenery changes, from a frosted winter wonderland to a balmy candlelight summer night… The staff is exceptional and the menu mouth watering. Expect 20£ for a main and 40£ for an extensive afternoon tea. Great vegetarian and vegan options, bookings are strongly advised.
Inspired by the 1920’s, The Coral Room is the swinging new hotspot of Central London. With a decor and atmosphere straight from The Great Gatsby, cocktails are divine and the live Jazz band tops things off. Expect 15£ for a cocktail.
Mysterious and almost clandestine, The Bloomsbury Club Bar celebrates the golden age of cocktails with a luxurious backdrop. The stories behind cocktail names are as fascinating are decadent. Expect between 12£ and 14£ for a cocktail.