Blooms Hotel consists of two converted and connected Georgian townhouses, and its unaltered façade is attractive and understated. The small lobby has retained a homely and welcoming ambience, thanks to the use of numerous old artworks and sympathetic restoration of the many delightful period features. The guestrooms differ in size and décor due to the age of the building, but most are fairly small and cosy. They are kept in good condition, as are the bathrooms.
As well as relaxing with the daily newspapers, guests are invited to enjoy books and magazines from the hotel’s extensive library. A classic English buffet breakfast is offered in the dining room on the lower ground floor, as are lunch, pre-theatre meals and evening meals. From here guests can step out into walled garden overlooking the British Museum. It is also possible to enjoy morning coffee, afternoon tea and light meals on the garden terrace during the summer months.