The Bloomsbury Hotel was designed by the renowned British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens and offers a classic location from which to explore the myriad of treasures of Bloomsbury. Guest rooms and suites are equipped with every little luxury you need to feel at home, with complimentary high-speed internet access in all rooms. Enjoy some of the best culinary experiences the Bloomsbury area has to offer in the Landseer restaurant and bar. A perfect venue for business conferences and corporate events.
Information on The Bloomsbury Hotel , 16/22 Great Russell Street , London
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Superior, Deluxe, Suites
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £195.00
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: Studio Suites offer free standing roll top baths
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Direct dial telephone, voice mail, Flat screen TV, Satellite channels, Complimentary broadband internet access, Climate control, 24 hour room service, Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, iron & board, laundry/dry cleaning service, Safe, hairdryer
Terrace, Landseer Bar, lounge, Landseer restaurant, 7 meeting rooms, Conference centre, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access
Covent Garden, Theatre, The British Museum
|Local directions:||From North London - Driving: M1 to A41. Follow signs for Central London. Turn left onto A501 (Marylebone Road). Follow signs to the right for A400 southbound (Gower Street). After the 4th set of traffic lights turn right onto Bedford Square and take sharp left into Adeline Place. Take a left turn at end of Adeline Place and The Bloomsbury Hotel on the right-hand side. From South London - Driving: M23 to A23. Follow signs for Central London. Cross Westminster Bridge and exit roundabout for A3212 (Whitehall). Go round Trafalgar Square and up Charing Cross Road onto Tottenham Court Road. Take first right after the Dominion Theatre Hotel (approx. 50 yards on the right). From West London - Driving: M4 to A4. Follow signs for Central London and go round Hyde Park Corner onto Piccadilly. Follow signs for A401 then A400 Northbound onto Tottenham Court Road. Take the first right after the Dominion Theatre.|
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
London City (6 miles) , London Heathrow (16 miles)
St Pancras (1.4 miles)
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Thu 18 Apr 2013 – Mon 30 Dec 2013
Whether your passion includes seeing the lights of theatre district, indulging in some retail-therapy or soaking up the culture of the extraordinary galleries and museums, London can be enjoyed at your leisure when you stay with The Doyle Collection.
Our Leisurely London package includes English Breakfast, £10 food and beverage credit to use during your stay plus a 3pm checkout to enjoy!
Thu 18 Apr 2013 – Mon 30 Dec 2013
Experience warm Irish hospitality in London with a stay at one of The Doyle Collection Hotels. Owned by an Irish family and with many Irish staff to welcome you, you’ll feel like you’ve travelled to the Emerald Isle itself. Enjoy Irish cheeses or a pre dinner cocktail in the bar and return to your room for an Irish chocolate treat
Thu 18 Apr 2013 – Sun 01 Sep 2013
In partnership with The British Museum, we offer you a once in a lifetime opportunity to take an incredible journey through time. A short walk from the hotel brings you to the impressive building where you’ll be immersed into the bustling streets and intimate spaces of a Roman home, taking you to the heart of people’s lives in Pompeii and Herculaneum.
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