Why travel experts chose this hotel
The original designs give us the perfect balance between a contemporary feel and the restored original Georgian features of the hotel, using a simple neutral colour palette.
Our different bedroom designs have been devised across a vibrant colour spectrum,whilst the communal areas play on the corporate colours of our smart new logo.
History is all around you in Bloomsbury, an area made famous in the early 20th century by the avant-garde artistic circle known as the 'Bloomsbury Group'
The hotel buildings themselves have a fascinating past. Originally built as three separate dwellings by master architect and builder James Burton in 1807. They have variously been owned by a member of Parliment, a retired lieutenant-colonel, a theological tutor and the famous publisher Andrew Chatto - founder of Chatto & Windus.
We serve only breakfast. The hotel does not have a restaurant, or bar.
In the morning, in the light and airy surroundings or our breakfast room, you can choose a Continental Breakfast with fresh fruit and several different cereals or else a Full English Breakfast.
The Harlingford has 43 bedrooms, all of which are ensuite and include a television, tea & coffee-making facilities. direct-dial telephone and hairdryer.
In the morning, in the light and airy surroundings of our breakfast room, you can choose a Continental Breakfast with fresh fruit and over 10 different cereals or else a Full English Breakfast.
For relaxation, try our comfortable lounge area, or take a stroll in the public gardens in front of the hotel. You can also book one of the tennis courts there for a small fee at the UCL office.
Within London, The Harlingford is centrally located in an area known as Bloomsbury, an ideal choice for getting the best out of London. Its elegant squares offer a retreat from the urban rush and yet the energy of the city is all around you.
The Harlingford is within easy walking distance of three tube stations: Russell Square, Euston and King's Cross / St. Pancras International (now the final destination of the Eurostar trains from Brussels, Paris and Lille).
For getting around there are also buses in every direction, whilst Oxford Street and most major tourist attractions are within a 15-30 minute walk. But you may just want to explore Bloomsbury itself.
We are sorry but we do not accept pets
Parking is not available.
No, the hotel does not provide parking, however, there is a public car park beneath the Brunswick Centre close by, with secure facilities and operating 24 hours a day. It is five minutes walk away.