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Celebrate Summer in Style at the Bloomsbury Hotel

Celebrate in style with a slice of the city at the Bloomsbury Hotel. As part of the Doyle Collection of hotels, The Bloomsbury is a luxury hotel situated near Tottenham Court Road in central London. The Bloomsbury prides itself on being the perfect pairing of old-world grandeur and contemporary sophistication. Each event space is designed to perfectly compliment any event - to pay tribute to your special occasion. With excellent access to tube stations and its’ perfect central location, this hotel would be a great venue for your next event, whether that be a wedding, private dining, or even a Christmas celebration.


It is never too soon to start planning that Christmas party - in fact, some may say the sooner the better to make that stand out winter celebration. Indulge in decadence with the Bloomsbury Hotel; stately ballrooms, high ceilings and Waterford Crystal chandeliers the event spaces in this venue certainly offer that little something extra. Christmas has come early with the spectacularly designed winter menu - complete with smoked duck, roast turkey, and a traditional Christmas pudding, to name a few of the delicious menu items. If you fancy a themed party then look no further, for the Bloomsbury Hotel is able to offer a variety of themed events, such as Murder Mystery, the Great Gatsby, Winter Wonderland, Monte Carlo Casino and much more. On top of this, there is a huge variety of add ons - such as casino tables, photo booths, jazz band and a pick n' mix stand to just name a few. You can genuinely create the night of your dreams.

Weddings at the Bloomsbury Hotel could be an incredible affair. You can choose from rooms such as the Queen Mary Hall. This room is simply beautiful, with original features, lofty ceiling height and chandeliers galore. It is a wonderful venue for those wanting to celebrate in a more luxury setting. The room is flooded with natural light, which is offset brilliantly with the red furnishings. Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life, so why not make it a magical one at Queen Mary Hall in the Bloomsbury Hotel.


There are other gorgeous, more intimate spaces at the Bloomsbury Hotel, which would make for excellent private dining or small cocktail parties. The Seamus Heaney Library is a unique setting home to hundreds of first editions dating from the 1930s with a range of 20th century classics. With stunning red leather seating, and gorgeous oak throughout, the room would make for a stunning setting as an intimate dinner space. Similarly, the Chapel, is an intimate dining space that has wow factor. The deconsecrated Chapel boasts spectacular Lutyens-designed hall with double-height ceilings, and original architectural features. For both rooms, food can be provided by the Bloomsbury Hotel in-house catering team.


Excited for a sumptuous summer party? Enquire with our Venue Experts to make organising your event a joy.


Megan Dye

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