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Thistle Holborn The Kingsley
About the venue
Thistle Hotels - AA Hotel Group of the Year 2011-2012.
The Kingsley is Londons literary heartland. Once home to the British Library, it's long been a magnet for writers and poets, includingn Charles Dickens, WB Yeats and, most famously Virginia Woolf, who's controversial Bloomsbury Set scandalised society in the 1920's. One of it's members was E.M. Forster, who wrote part of 'A Room with a View' while living at The Kingsley Hotel . With 129 bedrooms, including deluxe,executive rooms and suites which blend contemporary comforts with Edwardian charm, The Kingsley is an ideal base from which to enjoy some of London's best attractions. The British Museum is just 200 yards away; Covent Garden, Oxford Street and the West End theatres are within easy walking distance, and there's parking nearby if you bring the car. And if you're looking to escape from the tyrannies of the phone and the inbox, our Six meeting rooms, of which the largest seats 80 theatre-style, provide a quiet, comfortable environment for all kinds of business meetings and functions.
In the table below, you can hover over the underlined room names to see a photo of that room.