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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.
True to the title a full and open tour of a simply stunning building. Beautiful architecture and very interesting displays. Mason or not.
Plenty of knowledgeable people available to answer your questions or take an informative tour.
Go along and learn about 3 centuries of charitable work and donations.
Make sure you check out Charles Macklin's plaque(great actor) in the top right corner of the Church on the wall! Check out what they have put above! Then check on Google and see what awful thing he did and got away with!!! But hey, that's show biz!!
Also just outside the entrance to the church, check out the tiny blue...
Freshest oysters, stunning presentation of our mackerel and other dishes. A real find in a somewhat basic surrounding but it works. Soon to expand into the neighbouring property which will give more room. Service was great and this is a place locked into my memory for future visits: it was a quick business lunch but we loved it!
We dropped by on a rainy Sunday afternoon after a visit to the British museum, and the place was packed. We ordered some tea as well as a delicious pistaccio brownie and pecan pie, and enjoyed the library-like atmosphere.
Visited this restaurant with some friends to celebrate their wedding anniversary, this was our first visit but they had been there once before. We chose the 5 course tasting menu with accompanying wines. I have noticed in some reviews that they say the portions are tiny and I would agree to a point, but, if they had been any larger...
Great value for money, the cuts are great, a nice no nonsense setting, simple sides which is all you need if you're into Steak. Crowded but its part of the atmosphere. Was quite hungry so I ordered 2 steaks at only £11 each. You can't reserve, just turn up, the usual waiting time is 45 to 60mins, you'll receive a...
We went last night, my partner booked months ago as he knew I had always wanted to dine in the flowered conservatory. It was so with the wait. The restaurant staff were all so amazing, so friendly every single one we walked past or spoke to, real lovely friendly vibe. Although exclusive restaurant not pretentious at all. It was my...
We stayed in 2 rooms as a group of 5 and thought the hotel was terrific. Fantastic location. Really professional and helpful staff. Great breakfast. We would be happy to stay again when back in London. Highly recommended.
The Henrietta has hands down the best hotel beds I've ever slept on. Would go back just for the sleep alone. The hotel restaurant is fabulous. Very cute rooms, with thoughtful touches. Staff were very friendly. A ton of great restaurants in the neighbourhood.
My stay was only one night. I would have enjoyed a longer stay because the hotel is so nice. It is very conveniently located whether your reason for being in London is business or pleasure. It's an easy walk to virtually every major theater in London - north or south bank.
As soon as we stepped into the place we were treated like royalty, all the staff we came into contact with were amazing. We really liked the theme and The decor throughout the hotel and our bedroom was five star one of the cleanest hotel rooms I have ever been in with a huge bed to die for. (I didn't...
Super overnight stay in the heart of London. Walking distance to British museum and fabulous restaurants and cafes. Front reception staff were really friendly and helpful. Anna in particular was super friendly and helpful. Room was well equipped and clean - turn down service a real bonus.