Right in the heart of London, The Bloomsbury is located in a
magnificent neo-Georgian Grade II listed building, which was once
the Queen's preferred place to drink tea and use the swimming pool.
It's prestigious façade compliments a beautifully renovated
interior within minutes of exploring the myriad of treasures of
Bloomsbury, whether it's the British Museum which is literally
around the corner, the shopping haven of Oxford Street, the bustle
of Covent Garden or the magnificent local Georgian terraces and
gorgeous tree-lined squares.
Enjoy Afternoon Tea in the comfortable Dalloway Lounge, or on the Dalloway Terrace, a stylish indoor-outdoor terrace named after the famous character created by Virginia Woolf, an author synonymous with this sophisticated venue.
Please note Afternoon Tea will only be available in Dalloway Lounge until end of May as the Dalloway Terrace is temporarily closed for refurbishments
The hotel was originally built for the Young Women's Christian
Association with the foundation stone laid in 1929 and officially
opened by Queen Mary. A Royal home for tea to the then Princesses
Elizabeth and Margaret, in the same era The Duchess of Kent opened
the YWCA Club Swimming Pool, yet to be restored.
The quality of the welcome at this venue rich in heritage is high as you'll be greeted by a team with exceptional people skills and who turn warm, personal service into something of an art form. Tea is supplied by the Rare Tea Company and The Bloomsbury's selection is hand-picked by Rare Tea's dedicated founder and owner, Henrietta Lovell.
Afternoon Tea is served 12pm to 5pm Monday to Sunday
Booking is essential
Tottenham Court Road
Bartender in the Lobby/Lounge
Lobby, Lounge or the Library
Children of all ages welcome
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
You will receive instant confirmation of your booking by email