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What you need to know about Bloomsbury hotels

Bloomsbury hotels offer perhaps the most convenient place to stay in the English capital. Bounded by the bustling terminals of Kings Cross Station in the north and the throbbing shopping and bars of New Oxford Street in the south, the whole area is not only awash with awesome Things to Do and see, but also well-connected to the rest of the metropolis. You can book hotels in Bloomsbury with ebookers to suit all budgets, too, whether you're looking for a stripped-down backpacker hostel in Russel Square or a swish boutique stay close to the British Museum.

What you can expect from your Bloomsbury hotel

If budget's not an object, then you can certainly expect to get a Bloomsbury hotel that has all the bells and whistles of a luxury lodging – think historic features and art installations in the lobby, on-site teahouses and sprawling apartment suites. Mid-range and low budgets are also well catered for here, thanks to a peppering of simple backpacker hostels, and a smattering of guesthouses with cosy family rooms and breakfast spreads.

Top things to do in Bloomsbury

There are loads of attractions and draws for those staying in hotels in Bloomsbury. London offers up some seriously iconic cultural sites in this district, starting – of course – with the British Museum, where Greek relics and Roman statues meet thought-provoking artefacts from the Far East. That's quickly bolstered by the enchanting Charles Dickens Museum, which invites you to wander the old rooms of perhaps England's greatest ever writer. Bloomsbury is also famous for its parks, where elegant Georgian rowhouses loom over top picnic spots and running tracks.

Food and drink in Bloomsbury

There's another real bonus of settling on a hotel in Bloomsbury: London gastronomy. With everything from Rajasthani curry houses to chain restaurants touting Italian pizzas, falafel holes-in-the-wall and classic English chippies on offer, there's plenty for those trying to keep costs down. Then comes the more refined side of things, in the form of British tearooms straight out of the Victorian era, or romantic Tuscan trattorias with fine European wines and pasta dishes.

Getting around Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury covers a huge cut-out of central London, sprawling over several blocks as it goes from St Pancras to Soho. That means it might be better to trade in the pavements for a couple of hops on the Tube or the London bus network. Thankfully, both of those are easy, with the major stops at Euston Square, Russel Square, Tottenham Court Road Station and Chancery Lane offering easy access to all 4 corners of the district. And remember –there's always the trusty London black cabbies at hand if you fancy a change of transport.

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