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What you should know about Bloomsbury
Elegant, intellectual, and relaxed, Bloomsbury seems a world away from the bustling West End and the energy of the City of London. This makes it a great place to base yourself when checking out all of the sights that the city has to offer. At Hotels.com, we have struck up partnerships with the best hotels in Bloomsbury, London, so you can find the perfect room. Whether you are a couple seeking somewhere classy and romantic or a family who needs a bit more room, Hotels.com has plenty of options to choose from. Each listing includes full information about the facilities on offer as well as location maps and photographs of sample rooms. You can also read reviews from other visitors and compare accurate ratings of past experiences. With all of that information, making a decision about accommodation should be easy. Make it soon and you can enjoy big discounts with Hotels.com's partner hotels.
What's Bloomsbury Like?
A hundred years ago, Bloomsbury was the center of London's artistic life with intellectuals such as TS Eliot, Virgina Wolf, and John Maynard Keynes calling it home. Today, the district is known for its beautiful Art Deco architecture and for being home to most of London University. For tourists, the British Museum is right at the heart of Bloomsbury and you can spend days wandering around its exhibition halls. See the Gothic brilliance of St Pancras Station or see the Harry Potter platform at King's Cross. Just to the south lies Covent Garden with its street performers and shops, as well as Leicester Square - London's entertainment hub. Catch a bus along the Euston Road to Baker Street, the home of Sherlock Holmes, or wander into the bright lights of the West End.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in London
Bloomsbury has a real international feel. This means that tourists will hardly be noticed, so there is no need to worry about fitting in. When heading to other parts of London, Hotels.com recommends taking a few bus rides to get to know the geography of the city and the great views from buses across the River Thames. Cab drivers can be a great source of dining and entertainment recommendations as well. Dress like a Londoner by heading to the vintage clothing shops of Hackney and Camden, and celebrate like a Londoner by heading to the pubs of Holborn or the vibrant nightlife of the West End. Bloomsbury is also filled with green spaces that are ideal for picnics or reading, so when the sun shines, you can really relax. Book now with Hotels.com to enjoy everything that London has to offer.
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