I have stayed at other Firmdale properties, but this was my first time at the Covent Garden hotel. The location is great, and the service was terrific. The guest areas (drawing room and Tiffany's library) are very cosy and a great place to relax with a drink and enjoy the fire. This hotel is a bit more traditional than the Soho Hotel, but still enjoyable. If you prefer a bit more action try the Soho Hotel, but if you like a boutique traditional experience with great service in a great location this is a great find.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Covent Garden Hotel opened in April 1996 but the building dates back to the 1890’s when it operated as a French hospital. It is located in Monmouth Street, a charming cobbled street in the heart of the theatre district and surrounded by interesting boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars. Covent Garden Hotel is "a quirky modern take on traditional English style." The hotel's interior has been dramatically designed by owner and design director Kit Kemp, and reflects her personal attention to detail. The ground floor is just like a stage set. A quietly bustling lobby leads into Brasserie Max, the hotel’s bar and restaurant. Up a sweeping stone staircase and into a sumptuous wood paneled drawing room and library, each with a log burning fireplace, quirky furniture and vivid upholstery. Downstairs there is a gym, private event space and a screening room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Covent Garden London
- Hotel Covent Garden
- Covent Garden Hotel London