Set within a beautiful historic building, this iconic hotel set in the heart of Bloomsbury offers exceptional services and facilities at a fraction of the price. Enjoy European dishes in the onsite restaurant, your favourite tipple in the bar or catch up from the office in the business centre which includes conference rooms, a board room and fax and photocopying services. Guest Rooms enjoy sumptuous home comforts such as squashy duvets, coffee and tea making facilities and a refrigerator. Daily housekeeping and room service are also available. Should you require anything during your stay, the 24 hour reception will be on hand to assist with tours, concierge and theatre reservations.
Situated just a short walk from both Euston and St Pancras Stations, within minutes you’ll be at some of London’s best loved attractions. Although you’ll be within easy reach of popular shopping destinations such as Covent Garden and Oxford Street, the Brunswick Shopping Centre is also located nearby, with brands such as Hobbs, River Island and Space NK. Every Saturday there is also a popular food market held here, serving delicacies from around the world to eat whilst your browse as well as jams and chutneys to take away as souvenirs. Grab a homemade seafood paella, a steak sandwich or some coconut macaroons- there’s something here to suit all tastes.
For art house fans, the Renoir cinema showcases films from around the globe from established directors and new comers- a great idea for a unique date. For dinner, try Antalya, serving freshly prepared authentic Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. For classic British cuisine, try the Queens Larder pub. This traditional haunt was once frequented by Queen Charlotte and the mad King George III, although now regular customers include the staff from Great Ormond Street. On Sundays, you can tuck into a typical Sunday roast with all the trimmings, or pop in in the evening for a pint of ale and a natter.
The British Museum houses an unrivaled display dedicated to human culture and history. Travel around the globe and back in time to observe sculptures from the Mayas in Honduras, goat skin drums from East Africa and seal skin clothing from Alaska. Take advantage of the daily free talks and tours, focusing on different areas of the exhibitions in more detail. If you’re visiting with children, be sure to check the calendar of events with ever changing interactive workshops and treasure trails to entertain and excite the imaginations of your little ones.