The historic 153-room property, located close to the British Museum, is part of the Doyle Collection, which operates eight properties in the UK, Ireland and US.
As part of the renovation project, the Grade II-listed hotel’s public areas have been redesigned by interiors specialist Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, which has worked on iconic London venues such as The Ivy and Scott’s.
This work has included creating a new reception area, sitting room for guests and The Coral Room bar offering all-day dining in a double-height space that also features five Murano glass chandeliers and original artworks by British illustrator Luke Edward Hall.
The Bloomsbury’s suites have also been updated as part of the refurbishment of the property.
The Doyle Collection hopes that the renovated hotel can take advantage of major developments in the Bloomsbury area, including the arrival of Crossrail next year and the completion of the refurbishment of the British Museum, which will add three new galleries by the end of 2018.