Close by the chic boutiques of Covent Garden and Oxford Street’s celebrated stores, this beguiling Bloomsbury landmark brings style and comfort together beautifully. In the shadow of the British Museum, the hotel’s atmospheric ambience reminds you this is a real one off.
There’s a pleasantly informal vibe to the Steak & Lobster Restaurant, where you can enjoy quality food service and atmosphere at only £20 per main.
Check-in is from 15:00. Check-out is at 11:00
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|From USD $433 per night|
A luxurious hotel in literary Bloomsbury and home to London Collections: Men, the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street hotel is situated within minutes of the stylish shopping districts of Lamb’s Conduit Street, Soho, Oxford Street and Covent Garden, and within walking distance of the West End Theatres, making it an ideal base for families and leisure travelers wishing to explore the city’s attractions. For those visiting on business, Euston Station, Paddington and Kings Cross St Pancras are also just around the corner while nearby Tottenham Court Road station, located on the Underground’s Central and Northern lines, connects directly to Notting Hill, Bond Street, Leicester Square, Waterloo and Bank.
With richly-appointed public areas, an original wrought-iron staircase which winds its way through the building’s centre and an eye-catching display of pages from Woolf’s most famous literary creation, Mrs Dalloway, the hotel is the ultimate blend of luxury and contemporary style. Each of the 174 bedrooms has an elegant blend of lavish furnishings, marble bathrooms and cutting edge technology, including flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Next door, Steak & Lobster is the latest dining experience to launch throughout London and beyond. Our name, our menu. We've taken choice and refined it. With fewer options, we can focus on perfecting what we do best: 10oz, dry-aged rib-eye steaks and fresh whole lobsters served on the half-shell. No warm-up acts. Just headliners. So take a hike, tagliatelle. Amuse-bouches, vamoosh. No compromise. No pretence. Simply This or That.
The recently launched Hidden Prologues has firmly established itself and the ultimate in literary salons. Hosted by the writer and journalist Sam Leith, the salon gives leading authors the chance to explore the 'Hidden Prologues' to their latest books.The inaugural event in December 2013 saw Joanna Trollope talk about the inspiration behind her new novel, a reworking of Sense and Sensibility.
Discover our Exclusive floor, where you'll find a collection of spacious deluxe rooms and studio suites high on the hotel’s 7th floor.