Covent Garden derives its name from Convent Garden, as it was once the site of a garden belonging to Westminster Abbey. It was also known for its vibrant fruit and veg markets, but now you’re more likely to find designer boutiques and people watching the world go by on the piazza.
With bright splashes of colour, bold prints and plenty of quirky design features, the hotel is a beacon of contemporary British style. The 58 rooms and suites have been individually designed, each with their own unique character.
The restaurant serves seasonal cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and the barmen are a dab hand at mixing elegant and refreshing cocktails. Make sure you indulge in the great British tradition of afternoon tea, a delightful mix of cakes, sandwiches, scones and of course, a pot of steaming loose-leaf tea. Both the drawing room and library feature log fires and are the perfect place to relax with a book or the morning papers
Exploring the capital couldn’t be easier: the Royal Opera House is a short walk away; the bustling piazza with its collection of shops, bars and restaurants is just around the corner; and the West End theatres are on your doorstep.