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St Giles London – A St Giles Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Stayed here a few years ago, this hotel is great value for money and the location is fab!"
7.5

Very good

197 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 210
The Royal National Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Great option in London, very well located and great price"
8.6

Excellent

15 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 148
The Wesley Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Better than several hotels I have stayed around Euston. It is pricey but way better than the ambassador Bloomsbury! The room, food and service is great. It doesn't look like much from outside but it does impress inside. I stayed on the 1st floor. I wouldn't call it 4star hotel 3 star but I feel many hotels call themselves 4stars around Euston. There's no pool or spa do you can't really be called 4 stars. Otherwise great mini break for the bma conference."
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7.8

Very good

903 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 225
The Thistle Bloomsbury Park Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"hotel and staff were great. the location was perfect, we covered all the sites in central london on foot without needing the tube and the walk from the hotel into central london was very pleasant. 2 mins walk to the british museum and 10 mins walk to covent garden. on arrival we asked to change rooms to be on higher floor and staff accomodated with a smile. we arrived earlier than check in and left later than check out leaving cases in secure locked room with no problems. we are frequent visitors to london and highly reccomend the bloomsbury !"
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7.9

Very good

236 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 168
Smart Russell Square Hostel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"I stayed here for one night in late October. I got a bed in a shared room for very cheap, obviously this is ideal if you're a young traveler on a budget wanting to stay in central London! But saving money can come at the expense of your well being...I have a motto of 'you get what you pay for', and I think next time I'll have to spend a little more for the sake of a good nights sleep. In my opinion its false economy if you get a cheap room but the worst night sleep of your life, and thus the next day of your life is spent feeling like sh**. So yeah you saved money, but spent a lot more in terms of stress. The room I stayed in was just awful - a small, long room with very high ceilings, which meant that three triple-story bunk beds were crammed into it. The beds rocked and wobbled like crazy each time I climbed mine, and whenever the sleeper above me moved or climbed up/down, the disturbance was hideous. Someone might as well have been shaking me with their bare hands. The beds were also very small, smaller than a single bed, and cramped. No where to put luggage either. There was no ventilation except for a small fan. It was VERY hot and VERY uncomfortable. Last but not least, the noise from the neighboring room was super loud and intrusive. I know its a cheap hostel in central London, but not everyone chooses to stay in one of these because they're interested in bar crawls! All I could hear almost all night was a hoard of yelling, drunken yobs. After a night of tossing, turning, noise and a quaking bed I spent most of my morning feeling crap, and it showed. Who wants to feel like that when they're having a weekend in the city?? I don't understand why some of these cheap hostels can't have half of the hostel a more peaceful zone, and the other half a party-goers/pub-crawl zone. I don't think it would cost much to do that! The staff at reception were nice. The bathrooms were alright. Just basic, like college toilets. At least they weren't too grubby. Although I will"
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7.1

Very good

565 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 37
The Z Hotel Holborn
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Really nice hotel rigt in the center of London. Our room was not big, but very clean and comfortable. Big flat screen TV right at the bottom of the bed. Very well located next to the Holborn Underground station and all the bars and shops of Covent Garden. Big thumbs up for the free wine and cheese from 5-8pm. Would definitly stay again!"
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8.9

Excellent

44 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 180
Holiday Inn London - Regent's Park
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"business computer center totally downhill now....plus they screw you on different room prices every night...you can get food and beverages in the hotel bar all night....blocks away from a great pub and from the Underground....safe in the room....stayed in a lot of London hotels, by far the best for the price"
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7.7

Very good

131 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 263
Thistle Holborn
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"The hotel is is located a 2min walk from Covent Garden and also close to oxford street. It was so convenient for shopping. Easy to pop back to the hotel if we needed. Parking at Bloomsbury square just round the corner, half price if the hotel validates the ticket. Bed and pillows were lovely and comfortable - we had a king size. Will definitely stay here again"
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8.5

Excellent

279 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 287
Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Booked for one night as we were going to the Theatre. About 15minutes walk from Kings Cross Station might take a bit longer if you had cases and the payment on the way isn’t the best. When we checked in we were asked if we would like a room with a bath or a shower which l thought was a nice touch. We asked for a bath but there was also a shower. Had a couple of drinks in the Hotel bar Bloom very pleasant. Comfortable bed and nice pillows. Many Thanks for aa enjoyable stay"
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8

Excellent

102 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 269
Sanderson Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"The front desk staff were great. We were a party of 4 and had two rooms. When they found out we had a special birthday, they upgraded the room from a deluxe to a loft room, which was lovely. Staff were extremely attentive, they ensured we got to a lunch booking we had in Soho, when we were running late. Nothing was too much trouble. The rooms were very good. Stylish and spacious. I have stayed in other supposedly better and pricier hotels in Central London and the rooms have been far snaller and sometimes a little scruffy. The bar was lovely for a night cap after we had been out for dinner. We stayed up until about 2, many other hotel bars only stay open until 1 even for residents! To conclude a very good stay, I will recommend it to my friends."
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8.9

Excellent

123 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 446
St Giles London – A St Giles Hotel
Bloomsbury,Bloomsbury - View on map
"Stayed here a few years ago, this hotel is great value for money and the location is fab!"
7.5

Very good

197 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 210

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Bloomsbury and Soho are two of London’s most iconic neighborhoods. Both feature historic architecture and an excellent selection of shops, cafés, pubs and nightclubs. Hotels in Bloomsbury and Soho cater mainly for tourists who wish to stay at the center of one of London’s most colorful districts.

Bloomsbury is best known for the set of intellectuals and writers that lived here at the turn of the 20th century. Visitors come for the chance to tour the former residences of Virginia Wolf and other well-known authors, as well as to see the British Museum, with its world-renowned collection of ancient artifacts. The British Museum has the most comprehensive collection of Egyptian mummies outside of Egypt, along with other world treasures like the Rosetta Stone.

Tottenham Court Road passes through Bloomsbury and hosts a thorough set of electronics shops. Away from this area, the shopping scene in Bloomsbury is well-suited to the student population that lives at the University College. Opposite this, Soho has a much more thorough shopping scene, with the funky boutiques of Carnaby Street as well as the music shops and produce market of Berwick Street.

Soho also offers plenty of after-hours activities, with a lively set of cafés, bars and pubs lining Old Compton Street. Meanwhile, the late-night scene in Bloomsbury hinges on the university campus. In either case, hotels in Bloomsbury and Soho are located close to these busy entertainment districts so that guests can quickly and easily get back to the hotel room at the end of the day.