Retaining its historical central Apple Market exterior in the centre and a classy exterior due to the Grade 1 listed status of many of the buildings, Covent Garden is truly a sight to behold. Surrounded by areas of interest such as Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly and Oxford Circus, with Westminster within walking distance, Covent Garden is ideally located for those who would like to explore the cultural offerings of London and visit the vast array of shops. Covent Garden is regarded as something of a sanctuary for the arts due to the abundance of old theatres and the world famous Royal Opera House. The National Gallery and The British Museum are within easy walking distance and the London Transport Museum and London Film Museum are located in Covent Garden, while Buckingham Palace and Westminster are also easily accessible using the underground, making Covent Garden the heart of London’s cultural experience.
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Something to experience around the clock
By day you can find entertainment opposite to Punch and Judy in the form of engaging street performances and musicians on James Street. The Apple Market in the centre holds a variety of boutique shops, cafes and market stalls where you can find arts, crafts and food to spare. Adjacent, the Jubilee Market offers the finest Antiques from Tuesday to Friday and Arts and Crafts on the weekend and remains one of the more authentic market experiences in London. Henrietta street and King street have also become centres of male fashion and independent artists. If food stalls are your thing, a trip up to Camden or Islington would be worthwhile as well.
By night, classy cocktail bars open alongside exquisite restaurants and in the nearby vicinity, Soho and Holborn hold a variety of theatre’s, cinemas and bars such as Ronnie Scott’s, where you can listen to the sweet sounds of internationally acclaimed Jazz Artists into the early hours.
The perfect location to the explore the heart of London
Covent Garden is served by the Piccadilly line which runs directly from East London to West London and terminates at Heathrow Airport, while many other lines are served by other stations within a mile, making Covent Garden an ideal location from which to explore London.
What are the most popular accommodations in Covent Garden?
The most booked accommodations in Covent Garden are apartment rentals and hotel rooms. We search from more than 146 accommodations in Covent Garden to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Covent Garden?
Prices start at just £91 per night. Most hotel rooms in Covent Garden are 51 m² and apartment rentals are 58 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in Covent Garden?
We have the perfect options for you and your furry companions. Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly type of accommodations in Covent Garden and cost an average of £448 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Covent Garden ?
For your holiday in Covent Garden, we have a great selection of accommodations for groups. The typical apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.