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Crystal Hotel
42 Tavistock Place
Bloomsbury
London

WC1H 9RE | View map

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Situated in one of London's most popular locations, at the heart of Bloomsbury, the three stars Crystal hotel is just minutes from the fashionable Covent Garden, British Museum, Oxford Street & the West End and is within easy reach of all attractions including Buckingham Palace, St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament. Easily accessible by road, rail and air, the Crystal hotel is just a minute's walk from Russell Square Underground Station and within walking distance of Eurostar at St Pancras & King's Cross mainline railway stations. This magnificent Victorian building with its imposing façade has recently undergone a major refurbishment and investment programme to enable us to offer the ultimate in luxury hotel accommodation, facilities and standards.All 14 of the hotel's double bedrooms have been furnished to an upper three star standard to ensure your comfort is guaranteed. Whether you choose a standard, You can be assured that you will experience one of the most comfortable and memorable bedroom experiences.Please note that the Crystal hotel is now non-smoking throughout.

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