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Serviced Apartments in Bloomsbury

Feel like home in the beautiful Bloomsbury area of London with your own apartment, complete with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living space to maximise your comfort during your stay. Famous for its pretty garden squares and quaint streets, Bloomsbury has much to offer families, couples and solo travellers, and what better way to experience it than with an apartment situated in amongst it all. 

Take advantage of the area's proximity to the West End and treat yourself to a night out in London. For those wanting to save money on expensive meals, simply cook your own food to enjoy in your apartment. Each of our apartments in Bloomsbury comes equipped with a kitchen, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, as well as a dining table, so you can bring the culinary delights of London into your own apartment.

Staying in Bloomsbury

A part of the London Borough of Camden, Bloomsbury is a beautiful suburb of London with a fascinating history. Its close proximity to the main train stations, Euston and Kings Cross, make it a great base for a stay in London.  Bloomsbury is famous for its many garden squares and beautiful streets which have attracted many famous residents over the years, including Charles Darwin and Charles Dickens to name but a few.

Bloomsbury is also home to the renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital which has a world famous reputation for its incredible work with sick children. The hospital once had the late Princess Diana as its patron and incredibly, in 1929 JM Barrie donated all the rights to his masterpiece, Peter Pan to the hospital.  The main library of The University of London can be found here and Bloomsbury can also take credit for some of Britain’s shining lights of the big screen with the iconic acting school RADA located here.

Tourists to this area of London will no doubt be drawn to the British Museum, home to literally millions of fascinating artefacts, the museum tells the story of human life and culture. First opened in 1753, this legendary museum sees over 6 million people pass through its doors each year. With easy access to the West End, Bloomsbury is also perfect for visitors looking to enjoy the nightlife London has to offer. 

First time in a London apartment?

One of the main differences between a hotel room and a serviced apartment is that every single apartment has its own kitchen.  An apartment also typically benefits from more space than a hotel, so you can relax in comfort, with plenty of room to keep your luggage and belongings out of the way.

Apartments have a separate lounge or living area with comfortable seating so that you can relax or entertain at your leisure.  Serviced apartments are great for families and friends who want to visit the city together but still want to keep their own privacy and separate bedrooms.  Couples may find the personal touches of a serviced apartment more appealing than a simple hotel room and those travelling alone may like to privacy that an apartment brings alongside the security of a 24 hr reception that some of our apartments benefit from.

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