Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 9EU - United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 02076368383
Our Tavistock Hotel is a welcoming place to stay overlooking leafy Tavistock Square Gardens in the Bloomsbury neighbourhood .
We are close to Euston and Kings Cross St Pancras, a 10 – 15 minute walk away for connections to other parts of the UK and the Eurostar. Also, the underground, Russell Square, is a 2 minute walk away, connecting visitors to other parts of central London and Heathrow airport, via the Piccadilly line.
Virginia Woolf, the famous British writer, wrote some of her best novels in her home at number 52 Tavistock Square where she lived from 1924 until 1939. Our hotel proudly stands on the site of Woolf’s former home and there is an English Heritage blue plaque to look out for, on the left of our main entrance.
Refresh yourself with a drink or a light meal in our laid-back restaurant and bar, Woolf & Whistle , with a charming terrace area for warmer afternoons. Plus, our popular Indian restaurant, Poppadom , promises an authentic array of delicious dishes to enjoy before seeing a theatre show in the West End or to catch up with friends.
Wining and Dining
POPPADOM INDIAN KITCHEN at Tavistock Hotel
At Poppadom, Chef Yogesh and his team will take you on a diverse flavour journey across majestic India. Celebrating classic Indian and Anglo Indian cuisine and street food, our chefs combine pure spices, traditional methods and bags of passion to create enchanted flavours to feed the soul, complimented by the best wines.
Fresh from the Tandoori oven, our small plates and signature dishes are made for sharing. We recommend 4-5 dishes between two people.
THE WOOLF & WHISTLE at Tavistock Hotel
A relaxed bar with comfortable seating, nestled in the Art Deco ground floor of the Tavistock Hotel. Inspired by the famous 20th-century writer, Virginia Woolf, the menu includes a selection of nibbles, light bites, British dishes, desserts and drinks.
After all, a wise woman once wrote, "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well."