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Covent Garden Hotels and Apartments
Covent Garden Overview
Hotels and Apartments in Covent Garden
Covent Garden hotels are very popular as the area is renowned for its world-class theatres, museums, branded shops and high profile restaurants that makes it a preferred location to stay when touring London. You will find best selection of luxury hotels and beautifully designed self-catering Convent Garden apartments, which are well-facilitated with world-class amenities and offer great services to ensure optimum comfort of the guests. Cheap hotels in Covent Garden are not many but if you don’t mind walking for a few minutes, you’ll find good bargains in its nearby area. But mostly, the neighbourhood boasts some of the most luxurious hotels in London and you can enjoy a super-lavish stay in Henrietta Hotel, a boutique hotel, the Savoy to the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer St and the glamourous One Aldwych. The neighbourhood’s elegant accommodation choices attract young cosmopolitan crowd and those you seek super luxurious lifestyle.
About Covent Garden
A thriving district in Greater London, Covent Garden falls within the London boroughs of Westminster and Camden. The area is a popular shopping and tourist site, known for its iconic square, lively bars, shopping stores, theatres, museums, and opera houses.
All those who enjoy vibrant culture, history and 24/7 entertainment facilities would love to explore this neighbourhood. Covent Garden Market, which was once the world-famous fruit and vegetable market now includes a variety of shops selling a range of unique handmade crafts. All popular attraction in London including The London Eye, he Tower of London and National Gallery are located in vicinity to Covent Garden, which also makes this neighbourhood an ideal base to explore the city. Watching astonishing street performances to enjoy a contemporary opera at the English National Opera, there are numerable things you can do during your stay in the district. For foodies, Covent Garden’s Piazza is a perfect place to grab lunch, dinner, or a quick bite on go.
Where to Stay
Whether you’re visiting London for a weekend gateway or for a month long stay, you can choose to stay in Convent Garden, which is one of the vibrant quarters in the capital. From hotels, serviced apartments to guestrooms, most of the accommodation in Covent Garden is a great mix cool, contemporary and charming spaces. The district is in the West End, which is a central location, surrounded by charming theatres, art galleries and many good dining and shopping options. You can find 4 to 5-star luxury hotels in Covent Garden, which are quite dominant here. However, many midrange bargains and low cost apartments are also available for those looking for budget stay. Convent Garden Hotels can be a best fit to stay when in London as the neighbourhood is easy to walk around and also boasts public transport connections to other parts of the city.
Things to do and see in Covent Garden
A sheer number of tourists and locals regularly flock to Covent Garden as many of London’s top attractions is nestled in this district and the surrounding area. You would be happy to know that no other urban quarter in the world is home to two famed artistic companies – The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet apart from being home to around twenty vibrant theatres in the vicinity. Covent Garden boasts an ever-changing mix of opera, ballet, theatre and drama, which is one of the major attractions in London. London Coliseum, Aldwych Theatre, Royal Opera House and Novello Theatre are some of the best thriving theatres to entertain you.
Exhibits at the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery, boasts some of the most exquisite collections and masterpieces in London. So if you’re an art lover, the place will surely mesmerize you. Street entertainment and performances by finest artists is also another attraction here which you can’t afford to miss. London Transport Museum, St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square and Somerset House are the other popular wealth of attractions that you can explore in the neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood is popular for its exciting and colourful nightlife, drawing crowds who love to enjoy live music shows, city’s best cocktails and sweet wine spots as the sun goes down. One of the London’s most dynamic quarter to indulge in fun filled activities and entertainment opportunities, Convent Garden has it all to attract every taste.
No wonder the neighbourhood’s drinking scene is diverse and you can choose from a great selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and enjoy them in some splendid décor. The Craft Beer Co., The Porterhouse, 10 Cases, Bunga Bunga, The Covent Garden Cocktail Club and Punch & Judy are some of the best places to relish amazing drinks in an intimate setting. Anyone looking to enjoy night out in the theatres, nightclubs and pubs will also have a long list to options to choose from as Covent Garden boasts most sought after venues for socialites, seasoned party-goers and tourists alike.
Where to eat
Just like shopping, Covent Garden is a foodie’s destination, featuring an array of gastronomic options to satiate all tastebuds. Thanks to the amazing selection of breakfast, brunch and fine dining options with restaurants like The Ivy Market Grill, Balthazar, Frenchie and Ollie Dabbou at The Henrietta, the neighbourhood is surely among London’s top places to enjoy delicious and hearty meals.
The neighbourhood always comes up with exciting new additions to fill in its appetite for new restaurants. Overall, it’s a hotspot for enjoying great food and drinks in an absolutely lively ambiance. You can look for a cozy café or an upscale global restaurant to enjoy your meals or eat at the Michelin starred marvels to get the best of dining experience during your trip to London.
A beautiful neighbourhood in the heart of London, Covent Garden offers world-class shopping experience, with fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores, attracting fashionistas from all across the globe. From high street shops like Next, Zara, Oasis, Hobbs to the classics like Reiss, Marks and Spencer’s and H & M, you will find it all in this neighbourhood.
The area is home to global as well as independent brands, carefully curated to offer coolest shopping experience in London. Neal Street and the surrounding area is best to pick for trendy clothes, accessories, footwear and other treats. Mac, Urban Outfitter and Dr Martens stores can also be found here. One of the famous attraction here is the Covent Garden Market wherein the classy stores sell everything from jewellery to traditional biscuits and perfumes. Overall, it is an amazing destination for the fashion forward, wherein new selection of shops keeps popping up.
Covent Garden Reviews
16 April 2012
Good location for Covent Garden and theatres
Christina Tamblyn, Bolton
Nice mix of high street and independants. Lively atmosphere and entertaining with street theatre
The best thing about my stay was ...
Mix of shops
17 November 2011
One of the best cities in the world to visit
Elizabeth Taylor, Forres
Covent Garden is a vibrant area of london, full of restaurant, shops, clubs and theatre. Brilliant from early morning to late at night, there is everything you could wish for.