Sherlock Holmes detected at The Bloomsbury Hotel

Shelock Holmes is taking over The BloomsburyHotel London in early 2015.

In celebration of London’s most famous detective and the current exhibition at the Museum of London, The Bloomsbury Hotel – located in the heart of literary London – is offering guests the opportunity to ‘Unlock Sherlock’ with a Sherlock Holmes package at the hotel.

The overnight experience at the hotel, part of the Doyle collection, includes a copy of the newly released Sherlock Holmes miniature book ‘How Watson Learned The Trick’ written exclusively for Queen Mary’s doll’s house in Windsor Castle.

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Sir Edwin Lutyens – the architect of The Bloomsbury Hotel in the 1930s – himself designed the famous Doll’s House.

The package also includes two tickets to the ‘Sherlock Holmes’ exhibition at the Museum of London running until 12 April 2015 and a Sherlock Holmes inspired afternoon tea.

Following the exhibition, guests can return to The Bloomsbury Hotel to enjoy a delicious afternoon tea inspired by Lutyens and Holmes, with pastries in the shape of the iconic spider back chair design by Lutyens and the detective’s famous magnifying glass.

The Bloomsbury Hotel is the perfect base in which to visit key Sherlock sites, including the 221b Baker Street and 2 Devonshire Place where Conan-Doyle’s medical practice was located.

The Bloomsbury Hotel’s Sherlock Holmes package starts from £295 and includes an overnight stay for two people, and is available from 5 January until 12 April 2015.




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