Hotels in Covent Garden
A district in the eastern lanes of the West End, Covent Garden is a key location for various tourists, irrespective of whether they are looking for shopping, sightseeing, or relishing the carnival aura of this place. The market place of Covent Garden has been the key attraction since the middle ages, and has only grown in and stature over the period of time. The place offers exhaustive shopping options for both men and women wear, carrying some of the well-known brands like Zara, Marks and Spencer, Hobbs, Next, French Connection, and Oasis etc.
And that’s not all! The area is well-connected to the rest of London through transport links. If you wish to make the best more..out of your time in London, you should definitely book your stay near Covent Garden. To find best priced and fitting hotels in Covent Garden, you can explore through the collection below and find an accommodation that suits your needs and budget.
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Things to Do in Covent Garden
Visiting London and not buying antiques is just not done. Jubilee Market on the South Piazza is just that place to dive into the world of antiques. Weekends here are more about art and craft.
The best of London museums are also located in the neighbourhood so when it comes to exploring something historic or unique, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The British Museum is just a short stroll where you explore the human history and exhibitions related to Vikings and Egyptian mummies. And if transport is your thing, visit the London Transport Musuem, housing everything from trolleys, trams, railways, and more narrating the story of London public transport.
Besides, being part of the sensational West End also makes Covent Garden moments away from the Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, London Eye, and the Palace of Westminster etc. So the best of London is just a short stroll no matter which hotel you choose.
Covent Garden is also the place to enjoy the best of theatre. Some of the most popular shows are staged here including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and War Horse. The Aldwych Theatre is worth a visit if you are a theatre lover. And since your theatre visit might keep you up till late, it’s best to stay in Covent Garden itself in a hotel nearby. Now that you are in the know of what this area has to offer, look for hotels that suit your pocket and palate.