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Hotels in Covent Garden

Whether you're after boutique or budget, London's biggest tourist magnet has options for all. Find somewhere to stay with Time Out's guide to the best hotels in Covent Garden

Francisco Guerrero

If you're in town to shop or sample the delights of London's theatreland, there's only one place to base yourself: Covent Garden. The main piazza can heave with tourists at time, and the area's luxury hotels can be pricey, but research well and even those on a budget can book one of Covent Garden's best hotels.

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Best hotels in Covent Garden

ME London

Set on the Strand, ME London overlooks the impressive Somerset House. With international 'New York style' fine dining, this elegant hotel offers the STK London restaurant. It is just 2 minutes’ walk from the River Thames, Covent Garden, and Soho. Its Radio Rooftop Bar features panoramic views of London. With interiors designed by Foster and Partners,this innovative hotel has a cosmopolitan atmosphere and contemporary music.

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One Aldwych

You only have to push through the front door and enter the breathtaking Lobby Bar to know that you’re in for a treat. Despite the building’s weighty history – the 1907 building was once the offices of the Morning Post – One Aldwych is a thoroughly modern place, with Frette linen, bathroom mini-TVs and an environmentally friendly loo-flushing system. Flowers and fruit are replenished daily and a card with the next day’s weather forecast appears at turndown. 

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Fielding Hotel

Opposite the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, this 19th-century hotel is on a quiet pedestrianised street. Guests have free access to a gym and spa, 100 metres away.Each of the bright, airy bedrooms at the Fielding has a private bathroom, a TV, and tea/coffee-making facilities.Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

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Strand Palace Hotel

Within 700 metres of the Adelphi and the Vaudeville theatres, the Strand Palace Hotel is located in London’s West End and is surrounded by the Strand’s bars and restaurants. Charing Cross Rail and Underground Station is a 4 minute walk from the hotel.A flat-screen satellite TV is provided in each room. Guests also have use of an on-site gym and there is 24-hour room service.

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street at the Seven Dials has chic, refurbished rooms and is perfect for restaurants, clubs and the West End. Covent Garden and Leicester Square tube stations are both within five minutes’ walk. Early 2011, the hotel underwent a £15 million makeover including a stylish new reception, public areas, bar and restaurant. All bedrooms and suites were also refurbished.

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Covent Garden area guide

High on every tourist's visiting agenda, Covent Garden offers a mixed bag of restaurants, shops, hotels. The area is synonymous with the Royal Opera House, hosts daily alfresco entertainment at its central piazza, and is surrounded by a plethora of theatres. Chain stores have moved in, but it’s still a nice place to stroll – if you can catch it early on a fine morning.

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