The Bloomsbury Hotel in central London, part of the Doyle Collection, has just opened its Coral Room. This brings the three-year refurbishment programme at the hotel to an end. 

The Bloomsbury Hotel’s Dalloway Terrace restaurant and The Bloomsbury Club Bar were both renovated last year.

The Bloomsbury Hotel is housed in a Grade II-listed building in Russell Street. It’s original entrance on the side of the property has now been restored and features a new glazed canopy, leading to the reception area.

The new Coral Room bar is located with a double height space at the front of the property. The room has retained the original panelled walls, as well as featuring five bespoke glass chandeliers and original British artworks.

Groups of up to ten guests can book the Coral Room Bar. Dalloway Terrace is available for private dinners and parties. The covered and heated space will seat up to 30 people or a standing reception for 45.

The Bloomsbury Hotel has a wide range of events spaces for meetings, conferences and parties. The imposing George V Hall, the hotel’s largest room, will seat up to 320 delegates theatre style whilst the Queen Mary Hall on the second floor will seat up to 250 delegates.

The Bloomsbury Hotel is a short walk from Tottenham Court Road tube station – plus the new Crossrail station which is scheduled to open in 2018.