The Montague on the Gardens Hotel combines the best of two worlds. In front is the British Museum and the hurly-burly of tourist London, whilst to the rear there's a serene private garden, cut off from the city by a rectangle of fine Georgian townhouses.
The Academy occupies an enviable position for a luxury London hotel — in the centre of Bloomsbury, an attractive district in London's West End dominated by grassy squares and grand Georgian townhouses with a history dating back 240 years.
For travellers visiting London, Staunton Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Staunton Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of London.
From the outside, the palatial 19th-century landmark building, which occupies a full block in Bloomsbury, looks the part of grande dame. Inside are contemporary creature comforts like roomy, art-filled suites with views over Russell Square, a cocktail bar that keeps the Negronis flowing, and a come-as-you-are coffee shop just steps from the Tube.
In the heart of London, close to Theatreland, The British Museum and Covent Garden, The Bloomsbury, a magnificent Edwin Lutyens’ Grade II-listed, neo-Georgian building sits amid the historic 18th century neighbourhood of the same name; a literary heartland filled with galleries, bookshops and a wealth of cultural heritage.