Undoubtedly a place to see and be seen.
Towering over leafy Russell Square in Bloomsbury, this imposing red-brick hotel, which first opened in 1898, has had a slick makeover. The Palm Court at the heart of the hotel is the place for meeting and mingling. It manages to be at once airy and cosy, with a roaring fireplace and a glass ceiling, which floods the space with daylight. The chic rooms are decorated in neutrals and greys, and run from cleverly designed City Singles to capacious Corner Suites. All come with tuck boxes, regardless of square footage.
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