4 star contemporary hotel
20 Mercer Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9HDShow on map
The quintessential Covent Garden rendezvous, the newly transformed Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street effortlessly blends with the boutique appeal of its neighbourhood. A landmark in Seven Dials village, this is... Read More »
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
10 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9HBShow on map
"Chic hotel with opulent rooms in the heart of London's entertainment district" Covent Garden Hotel is a 5-Star deluxe hotel in London’s theatre district. This is the place to stay if you want luxurious... Read More »
Bed and Breakfast
7 Monmouth St, Covent Garden, WC2H 9DAShow on map
Covent Garden has a noted place in London's history as the longest running market in the city and as a more salubrious footnote as the home of London's theatre district, which was once synonymous with... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
10 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, WC2B 5REShow on map
"Stay in London's vibrant Theatreland without wasting your budget on unnecessary frills" A low-cost hotel in the heart of London’s West End, Travelodge London Covent Garden offers affordable... Read More »
5 star urban cool deluxe hotel
45 St. Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, WC2N 4HXShow on map
If you want to be right in the heart of Londons theatre district, the St Martins Lane Hotel, London, is a five star option that could not be more convenient. You will find yourself staying on the same small... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
372 Strand, Strand, WC2R 0JJShow on map
Near where John of Gaunt's Savoy Palace used to stand on the Strand before it was trashed in the Peasants' Revolt, is the Strand Palace, London. This four-star hotel offers real value for money in the heart of... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
336-337 The Strand, Strand, WC2R 1HAShow on map
It really is all about ME as the new Melia opens its doors on London’s fabulous The Strand. Situated right in the heart of WC2, this high end venue promises much with its 157 rooms. As you are so close... Read More »
5 star classic deluxe hotel
3 star urban cool hotel
17 Moor Street, Soho, W1D 5APShow on map
"out of town cost - on the doorstep location - and its FUNKY!" Z Hotel's funky moniker and description as 'The Urbanite stay' denotes the kind of hip young crowd it attracts. The uber-modern hotel offers very... Read More »
5 star urban cool deluxe hotel
1 Aldwych, Strand, WC2B 4RHShow on map
One Aldwych is an award-winning, uber-chic, 5-star hotel in the heart of London's West End district. Housed in an ornate Georgian building, neighbouring the Lyceum Theatre, home of The Lion King musical; from... Read More »
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Covent Garden is one of the West End of Londons top cultural tourist attractions and is the home of the Royal Opera House. The area is to the east of Leicester Square bordering The Strand and Aldwych and is centred around Longacre. A favourite time to visit Covent Garden is Sundays when there are street performers and the craft markets. Close to Covent Garden underground is Neal Street and for fashion shoe shoppers its an essential visit.
Street performers, theatreland, incredible architecture, markets, shops, pubs, restaurants, bars, cafes, Covent Garden is just one big adventure.
Located in the West End, Covent Garden, originally named "Convent Garden", is bordered by High Holborn, Charing Cross Road, Kingsway and The Strand. You can get there by jumping out at Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Charing Cross or Embankment tube stations.
If you require a hotel in Covent Garden, then be prepared to pay above the normal as this small area of the West End is very popular and commands high prices. Two to check out are the Radisson Edwardian Mountbatten on Monmouth Street and close to Drury Lane. Also the Kingsway Hall on Great Queen Street. If these are too expensive then its worthwhile checking out the three star St Giles Hotel London which is only a few minutes walk away on Tottenham Court Road also in the West End.
There so much to see in Covent Garden with many of the city's greatest landmarks all within walking distance of each other. Just a few of the many are the Adelphi Theatre, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, The British Museum, the Photographers Gallery, London's Transport Museum, Seven Dials and The Royal Opera House.
Many of Britain's, and Europe's, most renowned theatres also reside in Covent Garden. From classic operas at the Royal Opera House to modern theatre elsewhere, the theatres of the West End are at your fingertips. And, to add a little mystery and history to the experience, most of the theatres have a resident ghost. Listen out for Henry VIII´s mother-in-law singing at midnight during summer in the Royal Opera House and the "woman in black" who likes to make her presence known in Russell Street. William Terriss, a famous actor of the late 19th century, was murdered outside the Adelphi Theatres´ stage door and is said to haunt Covent Garden underground station.
The glittering lights and stardom of Covent Garden's theatres is an experience that matches no other. Hotels near to Covent Garden are plentiful and we offer many discounted rates.
Concerts are also regularly played by candlelight in St Martin-in-the-Fields Church located in Covent Garden Square and the Social Care Centre, part of the Church, is an important group supporting the homeless of London.
The "Piazza" is the heartbeat of Covent Garden. The atmosphere is always fantastic with street performers entertaining participating crowds daily from 10 in the morning till 8 at night. The infamous Punch & Judy's pub sits in the square and its balcony overlooks the Piazza. On a sunny day, it's such a laugh to sip on a pint, chill out on the balcony and enjoy the festivities below.
The markets within Covent Garden square are probably the biggest draw-card. The famous and beautiful building of Jubilee Market Hall, Covent Garden Market, was once a fresh fruit and vegetable market until it moved to Nine Elms, but it remains today a fabulous market hall offering everything from clothes, food, paintings, antiques and home-ware with traders calling the best prices for everything. The atmosphere at Jubilee Market Hall is, and always will be electric and it is a vital part of Covent Garden. The Apple Market is also in the square, offering a ridiculous amount of goodies to buy. Your visit to Covent Garden is not complete without spending time browsing the markets. Both are so much fun to explore.
And shopping? It is a shop-a-holics dream (or nightmare). The clothes, shoes, food, gifts, books, greeting cards, nick-nacks and bits & bobs....even a fabulous kite shop - a Covent Garden shopping experience stands out from the rest.