Bloomsbury Street Hotel Shared Christmas Party WC1
Located just a few minutes from The British Museum, Theatreland, Soho and Covent Garden, The Bloomsbury sits at the heart of the historic and vibrant 18th century. Bloomsbury, London’s literary a heartland and is housed in a Grade II- listed neo-Georgian building deisgned in the 1930s by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the greatest British architect of his age. Liek its iconic architecture, The Bloomsbury evokes a comforting sense of refinement and understated glamour-inspired by the past yet emphatically contemporary.
Complementing the hotel’s architectural grandeur are its unique meeting and event spaces including the George V and Queen Mary Halls- stately ballrooms with lofty ceiling and Waterford Crysal chandeliers, the iconic Chapel and the intimate, book-lined Seamus Heaney Library, named after the late Nobel Laureate. The venue boasts 9 beautiful flexible event spaces to choose from as well as an adjoining terrace serving delicious Afternoon Tea.
The Bloomsbury hotel’s impressive selection of meeting rooms in central London includes the George V and Queen Mary halls – stately ballrooms with lofty ceilings and Waterford Crystal chandeliers – the iconic Chapel, and the intimate, book-lined Seamus Heaney Library, named after the late Nobel Laureate. Whether you’re organising a large Christmas dinner for 300 delegates, or festive drinks with the family, The Bloomsbury have the ideal venue for hire to satisfy your needs.
This stunning venue has everything you can need for the perfect event whether it is a wedding or a corporate conference the will cater to your every need to the highest standard.
The stunning conference rooms vary in size and work just as well for private Christmas dinning as they do for conferencing. The central location only a short walk from Tottencourt road makes this hotel the perfect place to stay if you fancy a Christmas shopping trip the luxurious rooms will not disappoint.
For informal festive drinks there is Lutyens Lounge while adjoining The Dalloway Terrace, names after the eponymous character created by Virginia Woolf, if an elegant, poetic and quintessentially English space with subtle design inspiration from the 1930s.Packages
Shared Christmas Party Packages 2017 coming soon