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A sublime 4 star hotel well located near to London’s famous Covent Garden

hotel doorIf you are looking for luxury accommodation near the world famous Covent Garden, then look no further.  This beautiful hotel is located minutes walk from this renowned area, as well as being in convenient proximity for Soho and Oxford Street.   For business or pleasure, the choice is yours, but whatever your reasons for staying you are guaranteed a warm welcome from the hospitable and friendly staff, who pride themselves on the highest service standards at all times; from the efficient concierge service to the express check in/out and valet parking.

The spacious and contemporary restaurant and bar is a perfect choice for any occasion – from a romantic meal for two to a family or special occasion. The extensive menu is based on the best of British food with a modern twist, using fresh ingredients and plenty of imagination from the team of chefs. If you are eating on the run or more informally, the licensed cafe bar is perfect and provides a freshly prepared choice of sandwiches, snacks and drinks.

All the opulent rooms are well serviced with the usual amenities that the discerning traveller has come to expect including complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathrooms, minibar, TV, high speed internet connection at the work desks and tea and coffee making facilities.

The nearest train station to this hotel is Euston, with Tottenham Court Road tube station providing access to the Northern and Central lines.  The combination of location and facilities, make this hotel an ideal place to stay to make the most of all the local area has to offer.  From theatres to galleries, the West End to Leicester Square, all are easily accessible.

In the local area

One of London’s most famous tourist attractions, Covent Garden has a buzz and atmosphere created by the mixture of shops, cafes, street performers, bars and theatres, rounded off with the magnificent Royal Opera House, all centred around the ornate Italian style Piazza. The market itself, created in the 1600’s and used as a fruit and vegetable market, is now the place to be to experience mime artists, jugglers and musicians who delight the crowds each day.  Why not take a leisurely coffee or meal whilst being entertained?  The boutique restaurants surrounding the throng make for a unique experience and will be enjoyed by young and old alike.

For ballet or opera aficionados, the impressive Grade I listed Royal Opera House has a jam packed programme every month with world class productions and legendary performances topping the bill.  The internationally renowned Royal Ballet Company is also based at the Royal Opera House so you are sure to find something to suit your mood.

If you are not tired out from shopping in Covent Garden, why not head to nearby Oxford Street?  As London’s premier shopping destination for luxury goods and unique British products, this is the place to shop until you drop and at approximately 1 ½ miles long you may just do that!

Other nearby must sees include Leicester Square, where you may spot a star or two on a premiere night, and the famously exciting theatre world of the West End.

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