London, England is a place of both tradition and modernism. It is the capital of England and one of the largest cities in the world. It hosts a vast amount of attractions including: the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and more. London is the mecca of literary genius such as William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens and Virginia Woolf. With over 300 languages spoken in its many villages each day, London is a place for traditionalists and contemporary seekers alike.
London’s West End (Bloomsbury)
The West End of London is located in the center of this global city and hosts much of the attractions tourists seek, including the world-famous West End theaters. It is home to a vast variety of shops and attractions – this includes 2,500 dining and bar facilities, 2,000 shops, 40 theaters, 30 museums/galleries, and seven garden areas*. It also housed noteworthy individuals like Charles Darwin, William Butler Yeats, Ricky Gervais and more.
Specifically, the area of Bloomsbury that is within the West End is associated with education, healthcare and the arts. It is where the British Museum resides and the world-famous Oxford Street. Within walking distance of the theater district, and as the center of London’s literary roots, it boasts something to see, do or hear for people of all ages and types.
The Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth
Characterful, cultured and calm, the four-star Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth is warmly inviting and quietly stylish in the heart of bookish Bloomsbury. Light floods the airy lobby and laid-back bar through elegant arched windows, and a striking original art collection adds real individuality. Service is unfailingly friendly, and the Great Russell Street location means you’re equally well-placed here for the City, the West End of London or Eurostar’s St Pancras terminal.**
Included in your room price is:
- VAT (tax)
- Breakfast each morning
- Free wifi (throughout the hotel)
- Tea or coffee arrangements
- In-room safe
- Satellite TV channels
- International electric sockets
Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to intended arrival.
The Histiocyte Society's room block is now closed. However, you may still reserve a room at the regular rate by following the instructions below:
- Call to reserve your room - +44 (0)207 451 0196. You will need your arrival and departure times, the hotel of choice (Kenilworth), the type of room you are choosing (single, double or twin), and a credit card number and expiration date to hold the room.
When traveling to London, all major flights will fly into Heathrow Airport. Check your local airport to find out more details regarding your flight.