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All reviewsbritish museumrussell square stationshared facilitiesfull english breakfasthome away from homethe en suite bathroomrooms are basicno elevatorheathrow airportshort walknice breakfasttesco expresseach morningincluded breakfastconvenient locationfamily roombloomsbury
I have stayed here a few times now. All the staff are very friendly and lovely breakfast. The rooms are basic, but the prices are very very good for London. I would recommend paying the little extra to have a private bathroom.
I almost don't want to tell people about the Celtic, as I sometimes find it difficult to book my favourite room there. This is an old-fashioned, beautifully run, friendly, safe & comfortable B&B in the centre of Bloomsbury.
Don't stay here if you want large...More
This is a quaint hotel that provides a clean, safe place to stay. The Celtic is located just a short walk from the underground (Russell Square station) making it very convenient. There are also many restaurants, and attractions (e.g. British Museum) nearby. Booking was a...More
The hotel is around the corner from the tube station. Room 17 is a large double room which fronts the street. It has ensuite bathroom with a remarkably small sink (think airplane lavatory sink) but reasonable shower. Wifi connection is confined to the hallway next...More
Excellent in several categories including superb English breakfast s. Rooms are small, but immaculate. Wi-Fi needs improving. Lovely garden at back..we'll definitely be returning. Staff were all courteous and helpful.
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and