With richly-appointed public areas, an original wrought-iron staircase which winds its way through the building’s centre and an eye-catching display of pages from Woolf’s most famous literary creation, Mrs Dalloway, the hotel is the ultimate blend of luxury and contemporary style. Each of the 174 bedrooms has an elegant blend of lavish furnishings, marble bathrooms and cutting edge technology, including flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations and complimentary Wi-Fi.
On the Exclusive Floor, you’ll find a discreet, luxury hideaway of 11 spacious business class king rooms, deluxe bedrooms and studio suites, all set against the stunning backdrop of London’s skyline. Every detail is carefully considered to create an atmosphere of supreme comfort and indulgence.
The hotel’s restaurant, Steak & Lobster, does exactly as it says and the minimalistic menu allows the focus to be on what they do best: 10oz, dry-aged steaks and fresh, whole lobsters served in the half-shell.
Steak & Lobster Bloomsbury is a fun and modern restaurant with an easy-going attitude to dining and a great range of stylish drinks to boot. It’s perfect for pre-theatre dinner or relaxed, impromptu entertaining.
For book worms, the Hidden Prologues literary salon is worth making a date of. The salon aims to do something different to most London literary events: authors will be not only reading from their own work, but also discussing events and writers that have inspired them, before engaging in a friendly audience-led discussion around the emerging issues.
The hotel offers:
• Complimentary wireless internet connection throughout the hotel
• Complimentary newspaper available in the lobby and the restaurant
• Luxury bar and lounge
• Conference rooms
• In room spa treatments
• The hotel does not have its own car park. The NCP car park on Great Russell Street is the nearest.
• Theatre and sightseeing bookings
A prime location, 50 metres from the British Museum. In the heart of London’s creative quarter, where Bloomsbury set writers, artists and thinkers once met, the beautiful Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel offers an upscale suite experience, moments from the British Museum, Kings Cross St Pancras Eurostar Station, Soho, Oxford Street and nearby Covent Garden. The building’s striking Edwardian exterior is something of a Bloomsbury landmark.