Colorful, cozy, and classy are all words that come to mind when describing the Charlotte Street Hotel. This stylish property is found right in the heart of London's Bloomsbury area, known for its literary history.
Charlotte Street Hotel embraces the area’s Bloomsbury Group history. The Bloomsbury Group was a collection of artists, writers, and philosophers who met in this fascinating corner of London in the early 20th century. Paying homage with its Woolf Suite, named after author Virginia Woolf, the hotel also features works by other key members in its sumptuous drawing room warmed by a crackling fireplace.
Each unique room and suite at the hotel give you the opportunity to open your own little box of surprises, bursting with bold hues and interesting patterns that serve plenteous color in this sometimes grey city. You will feel like you have entered a British candy land in this 52-room hotel.
Wallcoverings, headboards, and furniture don’t shy away from showing off bold textiles with floral and geometric patterns in a wide array of shades from the rainbow. Eclectic art adds a further touch of wonder. Tailor mannequins flank each space, offering a whimsical touch in reference to the area’s one-time rag trade. It all feels decadent, yet fun, just like London itself.
Guests of Charlotte Street Hotel are greeted by crisp, white beds and fresh flowers that perfume the air. Get dolled up for an evening of theatre in the granite-and-oak bathrooms, or be treated to an in-room facial. On the fifth floor, the Penthouse Suite is a glorious abode with breathtaking views across the city’s skyline.
The Charlotte Street Hotel is the place to be if you want to be in the center of London’s buzz. Spend some time in the British Museum or pop into the Oscar Bar & Restaurant for a cocktail, aptly named after Oscar Wilde.
The British love their brew, and afternoon tea is celebrated with style in the Drawing Room. Delight in an assortment of cakes, scones smothered in clotted cream and sweet preserves, and tasty finger sandwiches.
Catch a classic or latest release at the Film Club, a state-of-the-art cinema at the Charlotte Street Hotel. Learn how to make a gorgeous flower arrangement in a workshop led by experts in the field, followed by a champagne brunch.Request Information