The Bloomsbury Hotel was originally designed for the YWCA by one of the country’s greatest architects, Sir Edwin Lutyens and now the neo-Georgian listed building offers one of the best locations of any London city hotel with a level of luxury to match.
The hotel has just recently completed an extensive refurbishment programme and offers guests a choice of 153 stylish new bedrooms, the cool and sophisticated surroundings of the Landseer British Kitchen & Bar and 15 conference rooms.
Ideal for more intimate gatherings are the Library and Chapel, which are both one-offs in terms of style. The library is lined with finely detailed bookshelves while the Chapel boasts stone floors and details reminiscent of its original use.
Alternatively, the newly introduced Heathcote, Monkton and Carnegie rooms present a modern alternative with catering for up to 18.
The refurbishment of The Bloomsbury Hotel means that conferences and corporate events can take place in truly distinguished surroundings ranging from modern high-tech meeting rooms through to beautiful characteristic listed rooms. For example in the Queen Mary and George V Halls, delegates can enjoy stunning original features, superbly-equipped and air conditioned facilities with plenty of natural daylight and lofty ceilings.