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Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Neal's Yard has really had a great makeover from the old days"
reviewed 4 days ago by SheriLaizer
One of the most original and colourful parts of London. I used to work in an Ad Agency in Shelton Street. My how it has come on since the 1980s! No more miserable dirty brick but individual little shops and eateries everywhere - a pleasure to wander around and take time to enjoy.
Lovely 1920's building and the only one in london still used for the purpose it was built for! The museum is interesting especially if you are a freemason or have Masonic connections. The tour is particularly interesting and the interior decor will take your breath away. The building is open 6 days a week except for special occasions.
I experienced Pineapple Studios for the first time on Saturday. We arranged a private hen party dance class with Gemma Welsh. The theme for our evening was 1920’s/Great Gatsby. Gemma did an incredible job choreographing the routine to fit everyone’s level. She had such beautiful energy and presence when teaching the class and the routine was so much fun! I...
We had breakfast here, an early Saturday morning. It’s small and cosy, and the staff are very friendly.
Breakfast was a delight! Really good, and large portions that kept is full way past lunch time.
All in all a great place!
There is always a warm welcome and a smile from the amazing team at Drury Lane with a perfect coffee waiting! A place to hide and enjoy a flat white and the best chocolate brownies or lovely breakfast. Having spent many mornings I can say it’s like my second home. Thank you x
Myself and a friend visited for dinner last weekend and of course, we didn't know that this would be the last weekend that we could be out and about in London.
It was a delightful restaurant, the "nibbles", particularly the doughnut was very good but a bit cumbersome to eat with grace, non the less tasty.
The menu is small,...
As it was our first night of a weekend break in London we were not organised and had not booked anywhere for dinner. We wanted to eat early evening as we were going to the theatre. We came across Steak & Co after trying another restaurant which was fully booked but after eating at Steak & Co we all agreed...
Stayed here the first week of December. The place felt brand new and was as clean as a whistle.
The staff was very pleasant and was always able to suggest a few good restaurants or pubs. The location is great and would certainly recommend.
This is such a lovely hotel tucked away in Covent Garden. A friend had booked a group of us into the hotel for afternoon tea and what an experience. As soon as you walk in it is beautiful, the decor and we went just before Christmas and the Christmas decorations and trees were amazing. I love the stair case and...
We had a reservation at the One Aldwych for next month. Due to the restrictions imposed on travels from Canada, we had to cancel our trip. We had a non-refundable deposit which I was sure would be lost. When I informed them that we needed to cancel, after inquiring as to what the reason was, but without my even requesting...
The Henrietta Hotel is the perfect place to stay to explore London on foot.
The hotel is small and personal and the staff are magnificent, from front desk to Mas in the breakfast room we couldn't have been looked after better.
The food in the Henrietta Bistro is delicious and the bar is excellent for a drink before you head...
The Mercer Street location is superb, a clear step above the regular Radisson Blu, well worth a stay, but i'd recommend a room non-street facing until they can sort out some additional sound proofing. Very well located for the main london landmarks & shopping