London: One Night Stay For Two With Breakfast Plus Afternoon Tea for £159; or Plus Three Course Dinner for £179 at Ambassadors Bloomsbury (Up to 48% Off)
- In London's literary district
- Grand 19th century building
- Restaurant and bar
- Short walk to the British Museum and British Library
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Near Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras rail stations
- Stay in deluxe double room
- Three course dinner or afternoon tea
- Gourmet breakfast with dishes such as smoked salmon, grilled kippers and full English
- Magazine selection, bathrobe and slippers in room
- Gym access
Valid 15 June to 22 July 2012; 21 September to 28 October 2012.
Booking by phone: 020 7693 5400 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
72 hour cancellation policy.
Valid for Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon night stays from 15 June to 22 July 2012; and 21 September to 28 October 2012.
Valid 7 days a week 14 August to 9 September 2012.
Sat night stays incur £10 surcharge payable direct to hotel upon booking or arrival.
Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday.
Valid for stay in deluxe room with breakfast and afternoon tea or three course dinner.
Afternoon tea between 2.30pm and 4pm Mon-Sun.
Dinner from the Groupon Menu valid Mon-Sat between 5.30pm and 7pm.
Valid on option purchased only.
Original value based on online best available rate for stays between 6 and 7 July 2012 and most expensive dinner options or afternoon tea option. Original values verified 6 May 2012 at 6.09pm.
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Standing grandly in central London's literary district, the Ambassadors Bloomsbury occupies a prime spot for exploring one of the world's most colourful and culturally-rich cities.
Step into the big smoke with today's Groupon from Ambassadors Bloomsbury:
One night stay for two
In a deluxe double room with breakfast and gym access
- £159 with afternoon tea (Up to 43% off)
- £179 with three course dinner at Number Twelve restaurant (Up to 48% off)
With a grand façade encasing modern, elegant interiors, the Ambassadors Bloomsbury is a classic amalgamation of a contemporarily styling with a tangible sense of history. Built in the late 19th century, the hotel was originally a boarding school, but has since seen higher aspirations. Now housing the Number Twelve Restaurant and bar, it is a bastion of fine dining and accommodation in the heart of the capital.
Ancient mummies, art and exhibitions are all under one impressive roof at the British Museum, a globally prestigious institution a mere hop, skip and historical jump from the hotel. A quick tube journey on the Northern line will bring visitors into the busy and diverse hustle of Camden, a microcosm of London's fashionably diverse residents, where all manner of goods are flogged down at the Lock. Making tracks in the opposite direction, city-hoppers can arrive at the cultural hot pot of the Southbank, home to a riverside walk that traverses art galleries, theatres and the British Film Institute.
- Stay in deluxe en suite room
- LCD TV, magazine selection, bathrobe and slippers in room
- Option one with afternoon tea: sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and preserve, pastries, cakes, and a selection of teas of coffee
- Option two includes a three course dinner in Number Twelve restaurant
- Gourmet breakfast
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Gym access
Train: King’s Cross and Euston stations are a short walk from the hotel and connect to all major UK terminals. St Pancras, adjacent to King’s Cross, is part of the Eurostar network and has direct trains to Paris, Brussels, the Alps and southern France.
Road: London is served by myriad motorways, but the Ambassadors Bloomsbury is best reached by entering the city via the M40. The motorway becomes the A40 which takes you right into the centre of the city. With Euston Station on your left, turn right into Upper Woburn Place and the hotel is on the left.