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The Coral Room at The Bloomsbury Hotel

  • Fitzrovia
  • After Work
  • ££££

Beautiful, centrally located hotel bar which is just as perfect for meetings as it is for after work drinks. Clues in the name when it comes to decor. Think pink.


16-22 Great Russell St, London, WC1B 3NN
+44 (0) 20 7347 1221
Opening Times
Mon-Thu 08.00-00.00
Fri-Sat 08.00-01.00
Sun 08.00-00.00


  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    Set on the edge of Soho, the elegant new salon bar will provide a stylish, bold and dynamic space to the Central London drinking scene. The vibrant new bar is inspired by the 1920’s and has been designed in collaboration with the acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studios. Its vivid coral coloured walls, five bespoke Murano glass chandeliers and stunning marble bar provides the perfect backdrop for our swinging new hotspot.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    When you emerge from Tottenham Court Road tube station, your options for slick cocktail bars can feel limited. But all this has changed with the transformation of the The Bloombury hotel’s new Coral Room. What was once an ordinary reception area in this Edward Lutyens-designed Grade II-listed hotel is now the spectacular Coral Room: a 2,100 sq ft double height space which has had a once-over from interiors wizard Martin Brudnizki. Its original wood panelling has been updated in a glossy vivid coral, with original artworks by rising star illustrator Luke Edward Hall and five bespoke Murano glas chandeliers. The overall effect is beautiful with a definite feel of the Roaring Twenties to it. It manages to be design-conscious, luxurious and non-pompous all at the same time.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    The racy Coral Room is the latest, inspired addition to the 1920s Lutyens-designed Bloomsbury Hotel. This seductively lit, soigné salon (the hotel’s former lobby) is set around a shimmering art deco bar, its exuberant Jazz Age decor inviting you to linger over cocktails. The welcome is genuinely warm, service focused and standards high. Big Smoke – typical of a competent range of modern and retro Slings, Sours, Martinis and Manhattans – is a Tequila, chipotle and mescal Mule with a subtle kick. Alternatively, head for the Garden of England, an elegant alt’ Aperol Spritz that adds sherry, lavender, lemon and grapefruit juices to the original recipe. Post-breakfast, order from an all-day menu of small plates and ‘treats’ such as devils on horseback; lobster and crayfish mac & cheese; or chicory, pear, walnut and Stilton salad – perhaps with a glass of English wine. Cream teas are also served at The Coral: a classic-in-the-making.

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