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Bloomsbury Elegance and Serenity

tgt11This elegant London hotel located in Bloomsbury has 34 rooms across 5 floors that are carefully furnished to create a relaxing atmosphere and a comfortable space for its guests. You can choose between twin/double bedrooms or one or two bedroom apartments that are all fitted with flat screen TV, safes, air-conditioning, free wireless Internet (you can get your code at the reception), a telephone, a hairdryer and tea making facilities (you’re the UK!)

The twin/double rooms are decorated in soft neutral colors and have a desk, table and chair among all the things mentioned above. The Apartments are furnished with luxury fabrics and all have a kitchenette equipped with a sink, microwave oven, fridge and even a dishwasher, so if you like to cook your own meals, choose an apartment and you’ll feel right at home here.

This secret hotel has something that not many hotels do, a library! The lounge bar offers the perfect atmosphere needed for relaxation – light snacking is available. The bar is open 11.00am until 2.00am for guests, and from 11.00am until 11.00pm for non-residents.

The hotel does not have a restaurant but you can find on the bar’s menu a selection of snacks, sandwiches and drinks.

In the Local Area

Bloomsbury is a fashionable area in central London that has been a cultural hot spot since the 17th century. One of the most famous attractions here is the University of London with its Senate House Library and School of Advanced Study. It has 18 colleges and 10 research institutes – it is the place where all those studies that you read about in the papers are made, the ones that inevitably start with British researchers have discovered…

Probably the most famous and popular attraction in Bloomsbury is the British Museum – only a stone’s throw away from this secret hotel, you’ve got access to the entire history of the British people and the story of human culture. You simply must dedicate an entire day to it, as it is going to be an extraordinary experience. It houses around eight million works and it could quite possibly be the largest collection in the world.  It was established in 1754 and was first opened to the public in 1759.

Another wonderful must-see attraction quite close to this secret hotel is the Cartoon Museum, a place that combines art with humor. It features political cartoons, classic works by famous artists, such as Gillray and Gerald Scarfe and it has a beautiful library stocked with over 3,000 books.

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