Beautiful Georgian hotel in Bloomsbury

Beautiful Georgian hotel in Bloomsbury

Beautiful Georgian hotel in Bloomsbury

Notable for its regal Georgian townhouses and tranquil garden squares, Bloomsbury is one of London’s most exclusive postcodes and this 4* Top Secret Hotel is in the heart of it all. This exclusive period hotel boasts double en-suite guest rooms each fitted with a flat screen LCD TV, free high speed Wi-Fi, complimentary luxury toiletries, fully stocked minibar and a whirlpool bath. Onsite hotel facilities include 24 hour concierge and security, theatre reservations service, dry cleaning service and private walled gardens for guests to relax in. The desirable location of this beautiful Georgian hotel in Bloomsbury is ideal for tourists, whilst those in the capital on business can take advantage of the onsite convention centre with numerous fully-equipped meeting rooms and banqueting venues.

Located in the London Borough of Camden between Euston Road and Holborn, the central London area of Bloomsbury is one of the most celebrated in the city. The area is notable for being home to many of the UK’s most prestigious educational institutions and was previously lived in by such iconic literary and scientific figures as Charles Dickens, Charles Darwin, Virginia Woolf and J.M. Barrie. Situated in the heart of Bloomsbury is the British Museum which boasts one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of artefacts dedicated to human history and culture in the world. One of the key exhibitions popular with tourists is the Department of Ancient Egypt, which features the Rosetta Stone and the famous mummy of ‘Ginger’, amongst other iconic statues and hieroglyphics. The museum is free to visitors and easily accessible on foot from the hotel to its entrance on Great Russell Street.

Another one of the capital’s finest examples of architecture and one of the most recognisable buildings in the world is St Paul’s Cathedral, located in the City of London. Famously designed in an English Baroque style by architect Christopher Wren, the St Paul’s we see today is located on a sacred site originally dating back to AD 604. The cathedral is still a working church with daily services and hourly prayers and has been host to the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales and the funeral of Winston Churchill. Just a short walk away from the hotel through Holborn and easily accessible via the London Underground Central Line at St Paul’s station, tourists are recommended to pay a visit to the world famous cathedral and marvel at its stunningly ornate interiors.