About the hotel
We have been voted one of the top 15 Hotels in London in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards 2019
Located just a few minutes from The British Museum, Covent Garden, Soho, Oxford Street and eclectic department store, Liberty, The Bloomsbury is set in London’s literary heartland – the historic and vibrant 18th century Bloomsbury neighbourhood, known for its distinctive architecture, museums, cafés, bookstores and historical association with artists and academics.
Housed in a stunning 1930s’listed neo-Georgian building designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the greatest British architect of his age, the hotel, has recently been beautifully and sensitively transformed by multimillion-pound investment programme.
Within the hotel – guests are spoiled for choice. Guests can enjoy all-day dining including a sumptuous afternoon tea on the elegant and quintessentially English Dalloway Terrace – one of London’s most instagrammed restaurants.
In The Coral Room – a grand salon bar designed by the acclaimed Martin Brudnizki, coffee and lite bites are served during the day while in the evenings the bar transforms into a lively cocktail bar with occasional live music sets. Meanwhile, the golden age of cocktails can be enjoyed in the intimate and atmospheric Bloomsbury Club Bar, where finely crafted cocktails celebrate the unconventional lives of the 1930s Bloomsbury Set, which included the illustrious Virginia Wolf in its number.
Meanwhile, chic guestrooms and new luxury suites feature contemporary décor charmingly blended with period architectural detail.
In essence, like its iconic architecture, The Bloomsbury evokes a sense of glamour – one inspired by the past yet emphatically contemporary.