The Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street area’s literary heritage is brought to life in the Bloomsbury Street hotel, with its spacious lobby displaying Virginia Woolf’s famous works, wrought-iron staircase, modern artwork and stylish look and feel.
Inside, comfortable but chic rooms afford stunning views of the London skyline, while the exclusive 7th floor offers an extra touch of privacy. New restaurant, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen, will open on Saturday 10th August.
In a prime location, 50 metres from the British Museum, this hotel sits in the heart of the West End with Oxford Street, Covent Garden and Soho all on the doorstep. Close by, Tottenham Court Road and Holborn tube stations provide direct access to the City, with Crossrail also opening in September 2019.
The Eurostar connection to Paris and Brussels at Kings Cross St Pancras Station is also nearby.
Check-in is from 15:00. Check-out is at 11:00
Phone: + 44 (0)20 7636 5601
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|From USD $569 per night|
On Your Doorstep
British Museum,Covent Garden, University Quarter, Fitzrovia and Charlotte Street, Soho clubs, bars and music venues, Regent's Park, West End theatres, Holborn and the Inns of Court, Oxford Street shops, The City and Roman London, Museum of London.
Morning: Medieval lawyers laid claim to this patch of town and never let go. Wander around Lincoln's Inn, taking in the brilliant and indescribable Sir John Soane's Museum on the north of the Square. See Dickens' 'Old Curiosity Shop' on the South of the Square, then wind up at one of London's classic hidden pubs - the Seven Stars on Carey Street.
Noon: Don't get culture overload at the British Museum - restrict yourself to the stupendous Assyrian Lion hunt friezes, coffee in the Great Court and the Saxon treasures of Sutton Hoo.
Night: Before the theatre, duck down into Freud's bar at the top of Endell Street for a great cocktail amid a Bohemian crowd.
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