Hotels in Bloomsbury
Average price from £59
Bloomsbury is part of the vibrant Camden area of London, providing visitors with exciting cultural hotspots and world-class historical sites.
The area is famous for its literary past, with holidaymakers in the area able to walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest writers in English history.
Premier Inn's convenient accommodation is perfectly placed to allow guests to explore the area and uncover Bloomsbury's numerous attractions.
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London St Pancras88 Euston Road London NW1 2RA (0.6 miles)Average price from£131.00View details
London Holborn27-29 Red Lion Street Holborn London WC1R 4PS (0.2 miles)Average price from£86.00View details
London Kings Cross26-30 York Way Kings Cross London N1 9AA (0.8 miles)Average price from£78.00View details
London Leicester Square1 Leicester Place Leicester Square London WC2H 7BP (0.7 miles)Average price from£100.00View details
hub London Covent Garden110 St Martins Lane London WC2N 4BA (0.7 miles)Average price from£82.00View details
London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)1-2 Dorset Rise London EC4Y 8EN (0.9 miles)Average price from£59.00View details
London Angel Islington18 Parkfield Street Islington London N1 0PS (1.2 miles)Average price from£73.00View details
London City (Old Street)Corsham Street London N1 6DR (1.6 miles)Average price from£77.00View details
The British Museum is the pre-eminent cultural attraction in Bloomsbury and offers one of the most comprehensive collections of artefacts anywhere in the world. Established in 1753, the museum now has over eight million items which are displayed throughout its nine awe-inspiring departments.
Tourists staying at a Bloomsbury hotel can enjoy such wonders as the Rosetta Stone, Elgin Marbles and countless other priceless works during their visit.
Guests of Premier Inn are well placed to visit the area's many garden squares, the most famous being Bloomsbury Square. Created in the late 17th century, the garden provides a haven of tranquillity amidst the crowds of the Camden area.
Literary fans can also visit the Charles Dickens Museum during their time in Bloomsbury to learn more about one of the country's most famous authors. A former residence of Dickens, the Georgian house now exhibits rare manuscripts, writings and items belonging to the author.