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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.

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