The Bloomsbury Hotel
16-22 Great Russell Street
011 44 207 347 1000

The Bloomsbury Hotel, just around the corner from the Tottenham Court tube, is in a neo- Georgian listed building originally designed as the headquarters for the YWCA by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, and with rooms from just £125, is a steal in both design and luxurious service. Itís 153 spaces right for someone seeking a classic hotel look thatís not stuffy; fabrics by Fox Linton, Osborne & Little, GP&J Baker and Andrew Muirhead Leather, alongside lamps by Porta Romana create this atmosphere. Corner suites are the way to go. Sink into the George Smith armchairs with coffee from each suiteís individual Nespresso machine or soak in the enormous clawfoot tubs taking advantage of the Templespa amenities (clever sliding doors can create privacy between the bed and bath or disappear into the wall to enlargen the room) and enjoy the quirky whispering winds against the windows while you watch your enormous swiveling flat screen TV.


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