Time Out says
See if you can spot the art deco features of this grand old hotel, which has been in business since 1909. Located virtually opposite the Savoy and so at the heart of Covent Garden and Theatreland, the modern, comfortable rooms are a bargain (doubles from £100) for the area. After a day exploring the sights, enjoy a cocktail (or three) in the lavishly decorated Gin Palace bar and spend at least one evening dining at Daawat, an award-winning Indian Restaurant. There's also free wifi and a large gym, which guests can use for free.
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Incredible but pricy stay, beautiful hotel rooms and the cocktails at the bar are delicious. Guaranteed - the best Old Fashioneds are made at Strand Palace Hote.
Travelling to London in March with 2 friends from North Dorset to see Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre, one of my friends has never visited Covent Garden, also want to have a nice lunch before afternoon visit to theatre. This web site has provided us with all the information we need, inasmuch as Covent Garden shops 5 min walk from Strand Carvery and Lyceum Theatre 700 metres from Strand Carvery, feel much more confident about our trip to London since viewing your web site. Thank you, Carol
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