Located in the bustling, central neighborhood of Bloomsbury, the Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street hotel provides a modern, calm, four-star home base ideal for both business travelers and families. The hotel's location is beyond convenient, and its staff is notably polite and friendly.
Amenities and Services
This sleek, modern hotel offers 174 beautifully appointed, plush rooms and suites. Wi-Fi is complimentary as is use of the hotel's gym; guests needing a little extra R&R can book in-room spa services. The Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street serves delicious yet laid-back dining at its Steak & Lobster restaurant, which also offers a bar for those who only want a drink after a full day of sightseeing. For business groups, state-of-the-art meeting rooms accommodate up to 300 people and boast the absolute best and latest in A/V technology.
Situated just around the corner, the impressive British Museum is an excellent place to begin a vacation in London. For more culture, the National Gallery and the Museum of London are each a few stops away on the tube. Hotel staff can help guests arrange tours and book tickets to shows in the nearby West End theater district. The shops of Oxford and Regent Streets are within walking distance, while the Tottenham Court Road Underground station right near the hotel makes it easy for guests to commute around London.
The location was superb! One minute walking distance from Oxford street and five minute to Covent Gardens. As central can be, two minutes walk to the Tottenham Rd Tube Station, shopping area, eateries, books and more.
This was my second stay at this hotel. I stay in Bloomsbury twice a year for business and usually stay at the Morgan Hotel. My first visit was not great. I was not recognized as a gold member while there and was given a pretty small but nicely appt. room. I had not planned on going back but there was a good deal on Agoda for a suite and so I thought I would give them another try. The room was fabulous! Room service was perfect with excellent customer service. The customer service except for a few blips here and there was very good. Just lovely all they way around and now I will look forward to staying there again in the future.
I was checked in by a very nice woman who talked so lightly that I had to ask her to repeat things. She also did not handle my credit card correctly and so I ended up not being able to charge to my room--slight inconvenience--not terrible. I had a business call that got cut off and the switchboard kept connecting my party to the wrong hotel--more problematic. The breakfast wait staff was not very good. I had to get up from my table to chase them down for a cup of coffee. The basically seat you and then do not attend to you there after. The dinner food was quite good the breakfast is not worth the 21 pounds. Next time I will probably go out for breakfast.
A designer hotel without the expensive price tag. Excellent breakfast and staff
The location and the cleanliness are factors which lead me to book, in supplement I experienced an extraordinary friendly staff. Furthermore I adore the hotel's mixture of traditional and new barock style.
It was tropically hot in our room. There is no air-condition in this hotel. The window was to small to let efficiently enough fresh air into the room (temperature outside like 17°). They provided a fan, but I'm a type of person who catches a cold when I'm sleeping with a fan directed at me. Due to this I had remarkable troubles to get to sleep.
Very out dated in need of refurb. no AC too hot room service food very
The staff were brilliant
Needs Air Con
Very close to Covent Garden and Oxford Street
The room did not have air conditioning and was like an oven. We had to keep the small fan provided in the room going all night.
First room was verry small then we change the secon room and was ok. I try to use your business center facility but the computer and printer does't work properly. I spend 40 min for internet checkin for flight.