First Class on Seventh

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    The Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel introduces a luxury first class service with its new and exclusive Seventh floor experience. Accessible only to those who possess a Seventh floor gold key card, the exclusive Seventh floor houses just 11 rooms – five opulent Studio Suites and six spacious King Deluxe rooms.With all the comforts of a luxury Radisson Edwardian stay, Seventh Floor guests can enjoy a range of added amenities, including their own espresso machine, docking station, clothes steamer, boutique bathroom gift set, complementary movies, music, WIFI – and even drinks in the bar (worth £15 a day). From international plug sockets and premium bathrobes, to complementary newspapers and daily fresh fruit – every last detail has been tended to, to ensure your stay is one of exclusive luxury and relaxation – you’ll be glad of the 2:00pm late checkout!

    Indulge in one of the five lavish Studio Suites, each with its own individual colour palette and bespoke design element. Guests of the studio suites can enjoy even more added benefits, including a complimentary laundry service of one item per day, blooms of fresh Orchids to enjoy in-room – and an ever-essential umbrella so you’re never again caught out mid-downpour.

    For ultimate privacy, the Seventh floor is also available to hire exclusively, with your guests alone having sole access to the entire floor – ideal for special occasions, private events and corporate functions. For a touch of solitude, your guests can to retreat to the Seventh floor for first class treatment like no other.

    Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, the Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel is just moments away from Covent Garden, theatre-land, the British Museum and bustling Oxford Street. The luxury hotel boasts 174-bedrooms in total, housing some of London’s most stylish and spacious bedrooms and bathrooms – all featuring sleek flat-screen TVs and complimentary high-speed wireless internet.

    Daniel Fountain / 09.03.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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