Just a little stroll from the British Museum and within a few blocks of three subway lines, the Bloomsbury was an excellent choice for a London base. Everything went smoothly from the doorman taking our luggage upstairs to the concierge arranging for a taxi to a hassle-free front desk experience. The room was reasonably spacious for a couple, the bed was comfortable, the bathroom was clean and more than adequate, and everything was quiet. I had requested a walk-in shower and received it. No doubt we would return. Newspapers were available in the comfortable lounge.
The Bloomsbury had several restaurants and room service but we felt we could do better elsewhere, and did. Nor did we try the breakfast (which, being London, was not included) but found a small, spare Italian cafe right across the street for breakfast Panini to excellent cappuccino and cornetti, made by a native Italiano who was as friendly as can be.
We stayed three nights.More