Covent Garden Hotel

Address: 10 Monmouth Street, London, England, WC2H 9HB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Covent Garden/Trafalgar Square/Piccadilly area of London, is near Neal's Yard, Donmar Warehouse, Neal's Yard Remedies, and Oasis Sports Centre.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Covent Garden Hotel London

      Romantic Oasis

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      Spectacular little hotel in the heart of London's most exciting and charming neighborhood. Fabulous rooms, extremely helpful and gracious staff, and wonderful facilities. Even the room service food was exemplary (better than every Four Seasons or Mandarin Oriental I've visited). Prices at the CGH are steep (internet service for 20 pounds/day -- yikes!), but well worth it. My wife and I absolutely cannot wait to return.

      Perfect relaxation in the centre of the city !

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      Stayed here for just one night on Sat 27th March. Was looking for somewhere unique in London, somewhere that was close to the theatre district, but wasn't one of the 200 room+ places where service just isn't personal.This place literally has it all - A romantic feel, attentive and caring staff, fabulous rooms and an amazing lounge area where you can simply forgot you are in the centre of London. We had dinner booked in Kensington, but the staff here made us feel so welcome we didn't actually end up leaving the hotel !Dinner for two including wine and a full breakfast, staying in a deluxe room with an massive king-size bed cost around £450. It is expensive for just one night, but totally worth it. I will return !.

      Sheer Elegance

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      This hotel has everything going for it. Charm, elegance, service, style, location, wonderful staff.

      Amazing First Trip

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      Last summer I went to London for the first time. I was lucky enough to stay in the Covent Garden Hotel. Immediately I was taken aback by this beautiful little place! It had an amazing, young and cheerful staff that was available around the clock. They were extremely friendly and approachable and always helpful. Plus, their rooms were absolutely gorgeous. I never felt cramped or confined. I loved how each bedroom had a theme. The service was also absolutely amazing. This hotel was extraordinarily fantastic. It had everything that one would want in a hotel. It was a great way to spend my first trip to London, it was a great first impression. I loved the city so much that I'm going back in March! I never wanted to leave!

      Romantic and Lovely

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      A lovely gem. Tucked inconspicously on Monmouth Street, it is cozy, elegant and friendly. Great location, attractive rooms that are well appointed and comfortable. A romantic setting for a special U.K.

      holiday.

      A Special Hotel

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      I spent the end of November 2003 at the hotel. Location: excellent. 5 minute walk to British Museum, 5 minutes to Royal Opera, 7 minute walk to Trafargar (sp) Square & National Gallery. Extemely helpful concierge's. A couple hours before Les Mis the concierge booked me a wonderful seat for the theatre. Great restaurant recommendations and eager to book me last minute at restaurants. I needed a shirt pressed pronto and they got it done right away. Am already booked for a week May 04.

      Loved this place

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      This hotel has a great staff and location. Rooms are very nice and public rooms are beautiful. Massage service was very nice and be sure to use the Drawing Room.

      Very special

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      We stayed here on our way to and from our wedding and this tiny but exquisite hotel added much to the perfection of those few days.

      We arrived at dawn after a long flight from Australia expecting to leave our bags and wander around Covent Garden for a few hours, but were immediately made comfortable in front of a roaring fire with coffee and newspapers. Then minutes later we were taken to our room.

      And what a room, because we had been upgraded to a suite on the top floor due to our wedding and the fact that it was my birthday (I'd been too jetlagged to remember). Its small kindnesses and attention to details like these that made this hotel memorable.

      From there on things simply kept getting better (including someone magically appearing with my wedding dress pressed) and we were delighted to return there two days later after the ceremony, this time to a stunning standard room filled with textured Indian silks.

      All of the hotels in this chain are exceptional but this one will always be a personal favorite.

      Excellent small hotel in theatre area

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      Too nice to describle. Rooms and common area were the best we have seen. Many stars and media types were staying here. VERY exclusive and expensive. rooms were excellent and suites were awsome!!!

      Great hotel

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      We stayed at the Covent Garden Hotel the first week in Nov. and it was well worth it. It is a very quaint hotel, comfortable and very clean. The staff was always very helpful and the location is great, just up the street from Trafalgar Square. James Cromwell (Babe, LA confidential) stayed in the hotel. They have an honesty bar that is open all night and a drawing room where you can relax all you want. We would definitely stay there again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Covent Garden Hotel London

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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