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what you need to know about Bloomsbury Hotels in London

what you need to know about Bloomsbury Hotels in London!

The Ultimate Guide To Bloomsbury Hotels in London.

Bloomsbury Hotels in London offer travellers plenty of choices from budget accommodation to luxury rooms.

Finding last minute hotel deals is a big challenge for most of UK travellers. However, the Bloomsbury hotels and accommodation might be the answer to your searches.

Where is the Bloomsbury district in London? 

For those who might don’t know, Bloomsbury is part of London Borough of Camden and situated between Holborn and Euston districts. As you can see on below map The area covers the Russell Square, Bedford Square, Bloomsbury Square, British Tower, and St George’s Gardens.

Just west of the district is the all famous Oxford Street and Regent Street offering travellers with amp full of shops while the area is well known for its literary bookshops and publishers.

What to explore around Bloomsbury Hotels in London?

The heart of the district is the British Museum and British Library while Charing Cross Road is famous for bookshops; collectors’ shops, antique shops and some unusual independent shops making this district a pleasure to explore. In the vicinity sited, there are foremost hospitals, medical schools, legal professions and the university college London.

Apart of British Museum Bloomsbury district offers more museums to explore.

Cartoon Museum: a large collection of comic and cartoons display. This museum is free for under 18s.

Charles Dickens Museum: actually this place is where famous writer Charles Dickens used to live and offers a vast collection of his writings, paintings and rest of his furniture and personal belongs. Ticket price starts from £3 to £5.

What else can you visit around Bloomsbury Hotels in London?

Foundling Museum: Massive art collection that displays the child care organisation story that was funded over 200 years ago by George Frederic. Most of arts and painting in this Museum are donated by British Artists.

This elegant and historic region in London City Centre offers travellers with plenty of garden squares and a welcome retreat for travellers away from the hustle and bustle of city streets. Relax in the gardens with a warm coffee and a book. While the Bloomsbury districts amazing sight of roaming and viewing the commemorative inscriptions of famous people who once lived there.

Alternatively, pay a visit to the Betterton Street Poetry Café and enjoy some coffee or tea in a poetic home with great books, magazines, and a relaxed atmosphere. Mary Everything is located locally and in walking distance to theatre’s, nightlife, and great cuisine.

This attractive district presents you with premium hotels in London City Center and cheaper than the majority luxury hotels found 5 to 10 minutes walks away near Leicester Square. Click here for great affordable Bloomsbury Hotels in London. 

Travel and Transport around Bloomsbury Hotels in London.

Bloomsbury filled with over 100 mid-range and luxury hotels and room rates tend to be higher over weekends as many people visit the district over weekends.

London Underground Tub Map

The Bloomsbury area is well connected to the rest of London City with 6 underground (Tube) stations.

  • Tottenham Court Road on Central Line (Red) and Northern Line (Black)
  • Warren Street Tube : on Victoria Line (Blue) and Northern Line (Black)
  • Euston Square Station on Circle Line (Yellow) District Line (Green) and Metropolitan line (Pink).
  • Goodge Street Tube Station on Northern Line.
  • Holborn Tube Station on Central Line (Red)
  • Russell Square station on Piccadilly Line (Dark Blue)

If you are looking for some great last minute hotels in Bloomsbury to stay, while visiting London, Bloomsbury district has everything a traveller needs with walking distance entertainment, literature shops, quirky shops, great cuisine, and superb nightlife – for your convenience, you can have a look at our selected range of hotels in Bloomsbury London and book your next vacation right here!

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