Ambassadors Bloomsbury hotel was built in the late 1800's and was purpose built as a boarding house. In 1903, the hotel was called Hotel Gwalia, typically with fireplaces throughout the various floors and was unique to the Bloomsbury area.
Situated in Bloomsbury, the literary district of central London, the Ambassadors Bloomsbury hotel, is located within walking distance of Russell Square, Euston and Kings Cross St. Pancras stations.
A Traditional Afternoon Tea menu is served in Number Twelve Restaurant, which provides a relaxed atmosphere where it is easy to engage in deep conversation without worrying about being overheard.
A neutral decor with pillar-box red accents gives a modern, clean feeling to the dining area.
Afternoon Tea is from £25 per person.
Afternoon Tea is served 2.30pm to 4pm Monday to Saturday. 2pm to 7pm Sunday
Booking is essential
Number Twelve Restaurant
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
You will receive instant confirmation of your booking by email