The hotel, which is made up of two Victorian houses stuck together, will be designed to be in-keeping with the local area, with inspiration being drawn from the English writers, philosophers, artists and intellectuals who lived in Bloomsbury in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Each room will receive new, modern, furniture with “elegant detailing” to reflect the local area.
Public areas will also see some of the investment while a new gym for guests is also part of the plan.
Mark Roth, cluster general manager, Hilton London Euston and Paddington, said, “We are thrilled to be unveiling our renovation plans for our guest rooms and public areas. We have planned this based on our loyal guests’ feedback and our desire to continue to develop our services to meet the requirements of our existing and future guests.
“We hope to start welcoming people to our first refurbished bedrooms by the beginning of September and we are confident that both business and leisure guests will fully enjoy the new facilities”.
With the refurbishment taking place in stages the hotel will remain open to guests for the duration of the project.