Th Bloomsbury of today is still a creative and cultural hub in the capital city. The London Zoo, the British Museum, and University College London are all located here, as are scores of restaurants and shops. The Bloomsbury Hotel is at the center of it all. The eight-story guesthouse opened in 1929, the same year Virginia published her most acclaimed essay, A Room of One’s Own. Among the many luxuriant amenities here is the Dalloway Terrace, named after the title character in her book Mrs Dalloway. Dining here is always a memorable experience, made all the more enjoyable with its seasonal decorations.