Bloomsbury Hotel

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In the very heart of literary London and close to the British Museum, this lovely neo-Georgian Grade II listed building by Edwin Lutyens is a treat to visit, even if you're not staying in it. Anyone can enjoy a drink in its lobby and bar, or go for a blow-out meal in the Landseer restaurant.


Venue name: Bloomsbury Hotel
Address: 16-22 Great Russell St
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Road
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Part of the Doyle Collection of hotels which in my experience are always consistent. The Bloomsbury Hotel is a very impressive Georgian building, with sweeping steps up to the entrance of the building. Walking into a wonderful reception area which immediately feels like a grand home rather than a hotel. The rooms are spacious. Staff always welcoming, attentive and very pleasant. The beds are incredibly comfortable. The downstairs Bloomsbury Club Bar is a pleasant escape for a drink with a good selection of drinks, wines, cocktails etc. The Dalloway Terrace is a hidden gem of the Bloomsbury Hotel. 

Beer glasses are very important. A cool, crisp lager can be ruined by the wrong glass, too big, too small or most commonly too thick.  Picky, moi? The Dalloway Terrace at the Bloomsbury gets it spot on and my bottle of Meantime London Lager went down a treat.  Everyone else was far more sophisticated than me and went for cocktails, all seemed very happy.  A great find.

What a great find. Just behind The Dominion Theatre - a stones throw from Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road and The British Museum. This is a fabulous hotel (four stars I think) . However, this is not a hotel review. I have just discovered The Dalloway Terrace , and I simply love it. Al fresco but with wind shields , heaters and courtesy blankets. It looks stunning , the staff are friendly and its just become my new favourite stop off for coffee and a light bite in The West End.