The property, previously known as The Langland Hotel, is offering 35 en-suite guestrooms that are claimed to be of a very high standard.
The hotel is located close to the major shopping areas of London and many of the capital’s museums and art galleries. The guestrooms have been redesigned and benefit from newly installed air conditioning, as well as modern fittings within a Georgian setting.
The hotel rooms available are Single, Double, Twin and Family rooms, with in-room amenities that include television with satellite channels, telephone with internet dial-up, high speed Wi-Fi internet access, a workspace, tea and coffee making facilities, and complimentary toiletries.
Rizwan Kassamali, the spokesman for The Crown Group of Hotels parent company, Victor House Hotel Limited, said, ‘There is an increasing demand for good quality accommodation at reasonable prices in the heart of Central London. The Bloomsbury Palace certainly fits neatly into this niche.’
The hotel is located close to main railway stations, including Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston, and there are also several underground stations in the vicinity, including Goodge Street, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road, Euston Square and Russell Square. Transportation to all main airports that serve London City is also available. Gower Street, on which the hotel is located, is also an arterial bus route for the city.
The newly re-branded hotel is expected to be particularly popular with business travellers looking for a hotel with a convenient, city-centre location.