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Holiday Inn LONDON - BLOOMSBURY
London, WC1N 1HT
Nightly Rates (239.04 - 318.72)
Opt for the modern and central Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury hotel, set in a quiet street near Russell Square Tube station. Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury is just 2 minutes' walk from the Tube at Russell Square station, for speedy connections across the capital. We're 10 minutes by bus from Eurostar connections at St Pancras station , and a 45-minute taxi ride from London Heathrow Airport . Check into your stylish Guest room, air-conditioned and connected to wireless Internet . We have 15 modern meeting rooms for up to 300 delegates in our plush Academy . Our spacious facilities are also suitable for smaller training days and catch-ups. Major organisations such as the BMA, Unison and UCL are 15 minutes' walk away. You can access the City with ease at Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury from nearby Holborn underground station. Balance evenings out in nearby Covent Garden and Theatreland with relaxing afternoons in quaint Bloomsbury cafes. The British Museum 's vast collection of world treasures is 15 minutes' walk from us, and admission is free. You can splash the cash on London's famous shop-lined Oxford Street , just 10 minutes by Tube from the hotel. Treat yourself to sizzling fajitas in our Junction restaurant, or a pint of Guinness with an Irish stew in the beer garden at Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury. Our friendly Concierge can assist you with directions and tourist tips.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Converters/ Voltage adaptors
Electrical adaptors available
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - weekly
Late check-out available
Pay per view movies on TV
Premium movie channels
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
British Pounds is the native currency.
Check in time is 2:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 2001
Renovated in 01/01/2007
The Junction Restaurant
The Junction restaurant serves the traditional Holiday Inn buffet breakfast, consisting of a full selection of hot and cold dishes, beverages. Kids under 13 eat free from our special kids menu when accompanied by at least one full paying adult. Offer is
Located in our ground floor the guest can enjoy of our lounge bar where we serve hot and cold beverages and a limited food menu. We serve also Starbuck Coffee.
Callaghans Sports Bar & Restaurant
Enjoy our amazing Callaghans Sports Bar & Restaurant for a perfect evening, whether you are looking only to enjoy a few drinks or to enjoy a full evening meal.
Booker and Turner Suite
Ivor Novello Suite
Palm D'or Suite
Fitness center off-site
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