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LOCAL ATTRACTIONS NEAR THE BLOOMSBURY HOTEL

London is a treasure trove of things to see and do. Here are some of The Bloomsbury Hotel’s nearest landmarks – each a must-visit and none more than a short walk away. To help plan your perfect trip, simply ask our concierge to help you make the most of what the city has to offer

 
 
Covent Garden

Covent Garden

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Flanked by fine restaurants, the Royal Opera House, the soaring arches of the Apple store, The London Transport Museum and some of the best shopping in the capital, Covent Garden has long been a destination for tourists and locals alike. For many hundreds of years the city’s iconic fruit and vegetable market, today the listed booth-style shops of Covent Garden host a vibrant mix of fashion, food, accessories, jewellery and treats - with handmade arts, crafts and antiques sold from stalls in the covered market’s central atria and a food market on the East Piazza every Thursday.  The bustling atmosphere is enhanced by some of the capital’s best street performers in and around the market. We recommend strolling to the market via the cafes, shops and boutiques of Neal Street.

Covent Garden, London
Soho

Situated in the centre of London’s West End, Soho a diverse and vibrant neighbourhood is full of entertainment, interesting food and pulsing nightlife. Described as the beating heart of London, Soho is home to several theatres that have been entertaining visitors for many years including The Gielgud Theatre, The Prince Edward Theatre and The Prince of Wales Theatre. 

The Soho dining scene much like the area itself, offers the quirky and traditional, the opulent and the down-to-earth dining experience; Soho’s history and atmosphere make it a must see.

Soho
Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

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Piccadilly Circus is one of London’s most popular tourist destinations. Described as theBritish Times Squaredue to the iconic advertisements adorn the buildings; Piccadilly Circus is at the heart of the West End in London. At the centre of Piccadilly Circus is the equally famous Eros statue. The name ‘Piccadilly’ originates from a seventeenth-century filled collar namedpiccadil.

The ‘Circus’ refers to the roundabout around which the traffic is circulated. Soho, Chinatown, Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square are all within walking distance. 

Piccadilly
Oxford Street

Oxford Street

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Stretching over one and a half miles, Oxford Street lays claim as London’s busiest street with more than 300 shops to choose from. Amongst the bustle, retail therapists will find an oasis of calm in the area’s unrivalled collection of iconic department stores including Selfridges, John Lewis and House of Fraser.

Oxford Street is also home to Topshop’s flagship store with three floors featuring new designers and catwalk inspired looks. 

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