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Grange Blooms Town House Hotel
7 Montague Street
Bloomsbury
London

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BLOOMS is an impressive, elegant 18th century Town House set in the heart of literary Bloomsbury adjacent to the British Museum.Blooms Town House is your 'home from home', an oasis of timeless elegance and tranquillity yet situated only a few minutes walk from London's Theatre Land Oxford Street and Covent Garden.

The Garden at Blooms is a delightful Town House garden.Small yet airy and very refreshing it offers a tranquil spot to enjoy breakfast on a sunny morning or a pre-theatre drink in the evening. The Garden is a favourite, particularly with business and conference wishing to relax between conference sessions or meetings. Our small fountain, the well kept trees and shrubs form a delightful area to be enjoyed by our guests. An excellent location for business or pleasure. We do not have twin rooms at this Hotel.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
AA Townhouse Award
Number of Rooms: 27
Number Ensuite: 27
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Cuisine: English

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