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Stunning luxury hotel, airy & bright Covent Garden – 4 star – London

Hotel DoorWith its spacious feel and heightened luxury, this bright four star hotel is in an ideal location for any weekend shoppers and business people alike.  The modern business suite is perfect for any event while the restaurant places the spotlight on funky and contemporary British cuisine.  The staff at this hotel are happy to help you organise anything you need and the facilities include a concierge service, a night porter service, valet pay per use parking, laundry facilities, an onsite gym, lobby WiFi and free newspapers.

All the stylish guest rooms are thoughtfully laid out and furnished to the highest standard with air conditioning, cable TV, complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone, a mini bar, voicemail, a hair dryer, a safe and an iron and ironing board.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Sir Christopher Wren’s Monument is 61 metres high and took 6 years to build as a tribute to the Great Fire of London. The climb of the 311 steps to the top is rewarded by fine city views and a certificate for your troubles.

For romance

The Club de Fromage celebrates all things ‘cheesy’ and if you are visiting around the 14th February, it will prove no exception.  Expect sickly sweet tribute to great love and power ballads and a lot of tongue in cheek humour!

For culture

Dennis Sever’s House is actually just that – someone’s house, not a museum, which is open to the public on select days.  It is a wonderfully atmospheric place, best experienced in complete science to gain full appreciation.

For shopping

Sh! Is an adult themed, saucy ladies shop where anything goes that you may want to be for sale…

For eating out

Wild Honey with its intimate, ornate dining room offers diners cosy booths and banquettes in which to enjoy the fresh, zingy home cooked food.  The menus here are dictated to by nature and season, so you never know what will be on the menu, but that is just part of the charm.

For nightlife

Plastic People is probably one of the smallest nightclubs in the city, but maybe just one of the best.  No frills, no ambient lighting and defiantly no pretention, this super little place is jumping every time you go as a champion of new and undiscovered talent and music.

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