The Princess Louise is a public house situated on High Holborn, a street in central London. Built in 1872, it is best known for its well preserved 1891 Victorian interior, with wood panelling and a series of booths around an island bar. It is a tied house owned by the Samuel Smith Brewery of Tadcaster, Yorkshire.
A modern central London hotel near St. Pancras International train station with an indoor pool and spa
Holiday Inn® London-Kings Cross Bloomsbury hotel is 15 minutes' walk from London St. Pancras International train station and Kings Cross underground and train station in the vibrant Kings Cross area. The hotel is a short Tube or bus ride from the theatre district and the cultural attractions of the West End.
The British Museum, 20 minutes' stroll from the hotel, houses artefacts from global civilisations, while London Zoo is a 20-minute taxi ride away. A short bus ride takes you to Covent Garden shopping and Sadler's Wells Theatre, a 10-minute walk away, hosts world-class performing arts.
Business guests are a short Tube ride from conferences and events at the QEII Centre. At the hotel, you can host meetings for up to 250 people in the six flexible, air-conditioned spaces, with free Wi-Fi.
You can dine on continental cuisine in the hotel's bright, informal restaurant and chat over cocktails in the relaxed lounge bar. A visit to the well-equipped fitness centre or indoor pool can help you stay in shape before you relax in the Jacuzzi, sauna or steam room. Beauty treatments are available in the spa.
We are The Wilmo, a pub in the heart of Clerkenwell, located just over the road from Exmouth Market. We serve excellent booze & great pub grub, and we also have a Live Venue featuring Comedy or Music most nights! We have been open since late 2007 and are Sister to The Hawley Arms in Camden. Come one, Come all!
The Eastman Dental Hospital is a specialist hospital for dental treatment located in London, United Kingdom, and a part of the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It is based on Gray's Inn Road in the Bloomsbury area of Central London.The Eastman Dental Hospital is closely associated with University College London (UCL), and in partnership with the UCL Eastman Dental Institute, which occupies the same site, is a major centre for dental research and the largest provider of postgraduate teaching and training in dentistry in Europe. In 2009 there were more than 22,000 orthodontic appointments at the hospital, making its orthodontic department one of the largest in the UK. The hospital is part of both the UCLH/UCL Biomedical Research Centre and the UCL Partners academic health science centre.HistoryIn 1926, George Eastman donated £200,000 (plus another £100,000 from two other principal benefactors) for the establishment of a specialist dental and oral health clinic for the benefit of poor children of Central London. The Eastman Dental Clinic was constructed between 1928 and 1930 to the design of Sir John Burnet and Partners and was opened on 20 November 1931 by the American Ambassador. Until 1947/48, the clinic was integrated into the Royal Free Hospital. Afterwards, as an independent institution, it was established as the postgraduate dental institute of the Postgraduate Medical Federation.
From the street the Norfolk Arms is your typical London pub. A place where Charles Dickens might drink with Samuel Pepys. Mix and match benches and tables clutter the pavement where – rather than bewigged gentlemen – local business-types and shoppers refresh after a hard day at the coalface. Inside the traditional feel continues while a lively ambience and fresh paint keep the look free from old-man-and-dog territory. A new breed of gastropub, the Norfolk Arms has already gained critical acclaim, thanks in part to its novel ordering concept. Nevermind starters and mains, this is tapas-meets-home cooking, where you just keep ordering plates of food until you can scarf no more. Roast dinners, pates, scotch eggs and pork belly are joined by Mediterranean flavours throughout.