This 18th century townhouse Grange Blooms Hotel has been renovated to have the atmosphere of a country home, which is odd due to its location in central London. The hotel used to be the site of the British Museum. The décor comes replete with floral prints, classical music and portraits on the walls of its 38 guest rooms. There is a lovely terrace garden in the back.
Set in the very heart of Bloomsbury area, the four-star Grange Blooms is within walking distance to the main museums in the city.
Inspired with traditional touches of the 18th century, this hotel has a public parking and wired internet.
All 26 traditional rooms feature satellite TV and four-poster beds.
Malt Library Bar boasts of a great selection of whiskey and the hotel's restaurant overlooks a garden.
Russell Square Underground Station is a five-minute walk away.
Year renovated: 2009.
Number of rooms: 26.
All rooms feature hypoallergenic pillows and duvets, satellite TV, phone, work desk, trouser press, tea/coffee making facilities, complimentary newspaper, free fresh fruits and a full bathroom with hair dryer.
A 24-hour room service is provided.
Full English breakfast is served on Monday – Saturday at 7am - 10am and on Sunday at 8am – 10.30am.
Blooms restaurant boasts of stunning garden views and varied cuisine.
Library bar is open 24 hours for a visit and offers over 30 whiskeys.
The hotel has two conference rooms with AV package.
A business center is at your disposal.
Wired internet costs GBP 10 per hour.
This field is required.