When you experience the serenity of The Montague, you'll find it hard to believe you're in central London. You'll be spoilt for choice with the individually and elegantly designed 88 deluxe guest rooms, 11 luxury suites and one apartment suite - from the stylishly casual and traditional to the self-confidently bold, our rooms are as inviting as they are homely.
All rooms include independent heating and air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi, movies on-demand, deluxe toiletries, plush bathrobes and slippers.
For every mood and for every time of day, The Montague on the Gardens offers a choice of places to eat, drink, or relax with friends. The Blue Door Bistro offers both modern British cuisine as well as comfort dish classics, or dine al fresco at The Garden Grill. The delicious Afternoon Tea complete with delicate finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones, and an array of tempting pastries.
The Cigar Terrace features a superb range of cocktails and brandies, and offers a wide selection of cigars and the cosy Terrace Bar is the place to sink into a leather sofa and soak up the live music.
• 88 deluxe guest rooms, 11 luxury suites and one beautiful apartment suite
• Located steps from the British Museum
• Dedicated family services
• Pet friendly
• Fine British cuisine and traditional Afternoon Tea
• Al fresco dining on the Wood Deck
• Terrace Bar and Cigar Terrace
• Complimentary WiFi throughout
All of London is on your doorstep, which makes The Montague on the Gardens the perfect base from which to explore London’s many attractions. Eurostar and the newly refurbished St Pancras Station are only a few minutes away – you can get here from Brussels in two and a half hours and Paris in three. And once you’re checked in there’s so much to explore!
Architectural riches and grand institutions, museums and libraries large and small, the area is also rich in literary associations – the Bloomsbury group, as the name suggests, frequented the area and The Charles Dickens Museum, his only surviving residence, is just five minutes' walk from The Montague.