HOTELS IN Covent Garden

About Covent Garden

Located in the heart of London's West End Covent Garden boasts both high culture and plenty of shopping and entertainment. Covent Garden is packed with boutiques, restaurants, cafés, and theatres. Highlights include the shops stampede at Neal Street and the Apple Market at Seven Dials.

Eating And Drinking In Covent Garden

Eating And Drinking In Covent Garden

Steak and Company is a traditional steak house with a modern twist. They provide customers with high-quality interesting cuts from unique specialist producers. Along with globally inspired dishes, beautiful cocktails and a Master of Wine taste-approved wine list.

Punjab pride themselves on providing authentic North Indian home style cooking. The wide range of dishes will suit all tastes and appetites – from vegetarian family favourites like the tasty Butter Chicken and Tandoori King Prawns, or for the meat lovers in the family they have Classic Lamb Rogan Josh, Special Spoon Fried Lamb Shank & Served with Freshly Cooked Basmati Rice.

Franco Manca Covent Garden is based down Maiden Lane and has made a name for itself with its delicious pizzas. You will not be disappointed when ordering here, given the quality ingredients used.

Shopping In Covent Garden

Shopping In Covent Garden

If you love shopping then you will be in your element when visiting Oxford Street, it is a must-visit destination. With over 100 iconic stores to choose from, including Selfridges, House of Fraser and Marks & Spencer, it's easy and fun to do your shopping here.

Apple Market can be found in Covent Garden Market which was originally built in the 1600s and has been around for centuries. This area is filled with stalls selling mostly handmade goods such as jewellery, unique soaps and all sorts of items that you won't find anywhere else.

Jubilee Market is home to a wide range of eclectic arts and crafts stalls, from jewellery and clothing to antiques and general market items. With three separate markets at different times during the week it's the place to be if you're looking for something special.

Things To Do In Covent Garden

Things To Do In Covent Garden

London Transport Museum is a world-class museum dedicated to the history of London and its transport system. Explore how the capital developed through the story of the railway, horse drawn carriages, trolleybuses and trams.

The Royal Opera House, located in London's Covent Garden, is the home for Britain's national ballet and opera. Established in 1946, it has become a popular tourist destination and cultural landmark—providing a platform for a wide range of events.

Big Ben is an historic clock located on the north side of the Palace of Westminster in London. It strikes every hour, with its original chime sequence G major followed by F sharp minor. The chime sequence on most days has been changed several times to reflect different events that have happened over time.

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