Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel
9-13 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QD London, England
Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel - Description
The Radisson Edwardian Marlborough Hotel is near the best of what London has to offer and is only 45 km (28 miles) from Heathrow International Airport. Excellent location in Bloomsbury, one block from the British Museum, two blocks from the boutiques of Oxford Street. A short stroll takes you to the theater- and cinema-rich West End district and trendy Soho. Regent's Park is 800m (880 yards) away.
The hotel's 173 guestrooms feature traditional mahogany furnishings, ornamental copper accents, pastel motif wallpaper and gold frame mirrors. The elegant Glass Bar and Restaurant, decorated in olive green tones, serves contemporary British cuisine. The laid back Solution Bar, featuring an Asian-themed décor, designer mirror and orchid displays, is the perfect place to relax with a drink or light snack.
Set in a beautiful early 19th century building, the Radisson Edwardian Marlborough Hotel has preserved the charm of yesteryear but offers the latest in modern amenities. Black and white marble flooring, fine artwork and a stunning wrought iron staircase combine to create an atmosphere reminiscent of London's elegant past. Located in Bloomsbury, this quietly luxurious hotel is perfect for business travelers and tourists.
With its central location, Radisson Edwardian Marlborough Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in London.All the modern facilities are available in all of the hotel's 160 rooms. All of the guestrooms are replete with non smoking rooms, air conditioning, ba...
Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in London. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. To be found at the hotel are meeting facilities, valet parking, restaurant, bar/pub,...
The airport of London is located only 48 km (30 miles) away from the Radisson Edwardian Marlborough Hotel. The 160 guestrooms at this 4-star hotel provide all the essential amenities needed by the business and leisure traveler. This hotel is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and tr...
Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel type(s): Luxury
This hotel belongs to: Radisson Edwardian™
Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel facilities and services
Parking , Valet Parking
Free WiFi , Internet Access , Wireless internet access
- Satellite Television
- Conference Facilities
- Lounges and bars
- Business services
- Ironing board
- Disabled rooms
- Fitness Center in the hotel
- City tours
- Sport facilities
- Gym / Fitness center
- Tea and Coffee facilities
- Banqueting service
- Laundry services
- Dry Cleaning
- Pay Movies
- Breakfast Room Service
- Ironing Services
- Bridal Suite
- Shopping mall
+ The staff were pleasant and efficient. The room, although small, was quiet, clean and very comfortable. Bathroom had an excellent shower with plenty of hot water.
booked this via lastminute.com top secret hotels as a surprise weekend in london....actually ended up paying MORE than the radisson website!!!! i phoned up the hotel before to make sure the room would be ready as it was a surprise...when i arrived at 3.30pm (half hour after check in) the room STILL wasnt ready! a simple apology made and i was told to wait an hour! i kicked up a fuss and after about 15 mins i was allocated another room!!! the size of the room was good....that was the only plus point! the rooms were SOOOO stuffy! old fashioned windows only opended a fraction...and the bed was terrible!!!! u could feel the srpings through the matteres!i'd booked a deluxe room and we were given no slippers or bathrobe! the heated towle rail did not work either!!!! for £180 this was a RIP OFF!!!!!
Small stuffy twin room up in the rafters with the pigeons! Dirty carpet on arrival. Very "grey" white net curtains - don't they ever wash them? No double glazing - just the rattly old types of windows - extremely noisy - sirens going all night - heat escapes, noise invades - and I would hate to be subjected to summer there. NO a/c in the room, just a fan. The only good thing about the room was the bathroom. More space there than in the bedroom! Most definitely not what I would classify as a 4*. Staff friendly enough though, but not really that interested in my comments. Good location but thank God I did not have to spend too much time in the hotel!
First off, I booked this hotel through lastminute.com for £65 per night, and got a complimentary upgrade to a double room (£150 if booked with the hotel) when I checked in, so no complaints regarding theRead more price or the check in service. Looking at other reviews, people seem to have mixed experiences with this hotel. Fortunately I had no issues. The reception, lifts, corridor all looked clean and well decorated: I didn‘t have breakfast. The fourth floor bedroom was a typical tourist class room (just about 4 star), but with a very, very small bathroom (really a 3 star), and this was the only downside. The location was great for a west end / museum break. It may be a bit of a lottery on what room you get, but I think I would go back given the same rate.
First impressions were good, nice location and the staff were very friendly, yet seemed a bit inexperienced. The room did not live up to my expectations. I have stayed in many 4-star hotels around the world, and this hotel deserves no more than 3 stars.
My first room had primitive bathroom facilities and a weird smell. I asked to be moved to another room and got one that was much nicer.
The hotel had a free internet "cafe" which was really handy, since I hadn't bothered to bring a laptop.
Had a really great weekend in London though!
Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in mid September as we were visting London to see The Lion King with our 2 children & my wife's parents for Max's 5th Birthday - show was excellent!
Arrived by train into Euston (early!) at just after 6pm. Short taxi ride to the hotel. Check in was good, very quick & no queues. We had 2 rooms; ours was 419 on the 4th floor, Karine's Mum & Dad's 219 on the 2nd. Pleasantly surprised to have a large room with double bed, cot & a sofa. Small bathroom, but big enough for 2 nights. Small TV, mini bar, safe & tea/coffee making facilities. Overall room fine - other room as good.
However, as other reviewers have said the rooms get very hot. There was a small fan, but no AC. It is also very noisy all night with a plethora of sounds including lots of sirens, but I suppose that is the trade off you pay for the location, as the location is excellent - 10 minute stroll to Covent Garden.
Breakfast ok & restaurant is air conditioned, which brings a little relief from the sweatbox like rooms.
We had a drink in the bar on the first night & were highly disappointed in the souless room with no atmsosphere.
Check out was quick & efficient. They kindly waived breakfast charges for Max & Sophia when I told them they had only eaten from our plates.
All in all, if you want a base in central London & don't want to spend any time in the hotel apart from sleeping then stay here.
Booked using lasmintute.com and got a hot shabby tiny room that overlooked the hotel's ventilation shafts.
As others have mentioned the location is good but I have stayed in far better hotels in this area.
The worst hotel i have ever stayed in and it cost £100! I would never stay here again or recommend it.
+ 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.
I was wisked away by my husband for our wedding anniversary. We drove into London due to problems with the trains and parked in an NCP carpark it was on a side road next to the hotel so very close. As we walked into the lobby our bags were taken and we checked in although we arrived to early and the room was not available till later. The Staff were efficient and freindly. From the hotel you can easily walk to Covent Garden, Theatreland, Soho, Leiceseter Square, Oxford Street and the hotel is very close to the National Musuem. The room was small but traditionaly decorated to a good standard. However no air con but the fan supplied was adequate. Our only surprise was the 12.5% gratitiuity automatically added to a drink in the bar. I prefer to tip of my own accord. Overall we were pleased however I would not want to pay the full rate so its great if you can get a deal.
This is a smart and very nicely located hotel in the centre of London very near Covent Garden and Soho. The reception staff were very friendly and the room I had (rm 111) was nicely furnished and clean,Read more if a little on the small size.
I paid just under £70 for the room by getting a "secret value" deal of Lastminute which I think was very good value for a nice hotel in such a central location. The rate advertised on the hotel reception desk was £230 which I think would have been way too much
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