Covent Garden


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Tel code: 0207 | code search
Postcode: WC2 | code search
Population: 6500
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Famous Covent Garden Dates
Birthplace of:
Joseph M W Turner W S Gilbert Clive Dunn
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Cultural Britain:
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Hauntings and Ghosts:
Drury Lane and the Man in Grey
Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Covent Garden Events

Punch & Judy Festival

Great Christmas Pudding Race
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George Hotel
"Good Points: Location, reasonable rates Bad Points: Very cold bathroom, few electrical outlets in room, noise from adjoining room television, room a bit shabby

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Lisa Court Hotel
"Good Points: the room waz very modern and clean. Beds and facilities where great.Hotel staff where great. Bad Points: maybe extend the checking out time from 11 to maybe 12 General review: ..." More

Shaftesbury Cars
"I went to the the cab to go to heathrow airport and i found the management was extremly helpfull and very reasonable priced and i was offered a car within ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Covent Garden | 10 Places to Stay

The fun and colourful Covent Garden is one of the capital's most popular destinations among visitors and Londoners alike. It's located on the site of the age-old flower, fruit and veg market, which moved in 1974. At the heart of Covent Garden is an Italian-style piazza and two markets selling food, antiques, curiosities, arts and craftwork, clothes and novelties. The piazza is lined with bars, restaurants, cafés, clubs - and the London Transport Museum (which reopens in November 2007). This is the only place in London licensed for street entertainment, and shoppers are delighted to stop and enjoy the mime and statue artists, musicians and jugglers. Historically, Covent Garden was the first venue to stage a Punch and Judy show, noted by diarist Samuel Pepys in 1662. The central square is surrounded by small streets with intriguing shops. Some seven narrow roads converge on the Seven Dials junction with its sundial column. Busier thoroughfares such as Neal Street offer fashion and footwear stores, while Neal's Yard - a bustling hideaway - sells organic food and body products. The Royal Opera House and the Cambridge Theatre fall within the limits of Covent Garden, which itself edges on the theatre districts of Leicester Square and the West End.


Food and Drink Federation


Benjamin Franklin House
Hunterian Museum
Inns of Court and City Yeomanry Museum
Lincoln's Inn
London Brass Rubbing Centre (The Crypt)
London Silver Vaults
London's Transport Museum
National Museum of the Performing Arts
Photographers' Gallery
Theatre Museum


Travelodge London Covent Garden *book online*


Royal Ballet Benevolent Fund


St Paul's Church


Odeon Covent Garden


Yoga - ClubYoga


Rock Garden
The Funny Side of Covent Garden

The Garrick

Conference Centre

Garrick House
Long Acre

Estate Agent

Victor Mitchell & Co

Health and Fitness Club

Sanctuary (The)


Seven Dials Hotel


Apple Market
East Colonnade Market
Jubilee Hall Market
Real Food Market

Performing Arts

Africa Theatre
Albery Theatre
Arts Theatre
Cambridge Theatre
Donmar Warehouse
Duchess Theatre
Duke of York Theatre
Fortune Theatre
Garrick Theatre
London Coliseum

Lyceum Theatre
New Ambassodors Theatre
New London Astoria
New London Theatre
Peacock Theatre
Phoenix Theatre
Player's Theatre
Playhouse Theatre
Royal Opera House
Shaftesbury Theatre
St Martin in the Fields
St Martins Theatre
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Under 18's Street Dance Workshops
Wyndhams Theatre

Pub and Bar

Coach & Horses
Cougar Pinks
Covent Garden Brasserie

Hogshead At Covent Garden
Lamb and Flag
Lemon Tree
Nags Head
One Aldwych
Porter House
Prince Of Wales
Retro Bar
Rock Garden
Round Table
Ship Tavern
Sun Taverns
Tappit-Hen Wine Bar
TGI Fridays, Covent Garden
The Apex Bar and Restaurant
Two Brewers


Absolute Thai
Axis at One Aldwych
Bertorelli, Covent Garden
Bhangra Beat
Cafe des Amis - Covent Garden
Cafe du Jardin
Corney & Barrow at St Martin's Lane
Covent Garden Brasserie
Covent Garden Grill
Indigo at One Aldwych
J. Sheekey
Katana @ The International
Kingsway Hall
Lancaster Ballroom (in The Savoy)
Le Deuxieme
Le Garrick

Le Meridien Waldorf
Loch Fyne Restaurant
Maxwell's Covent Garden
Med Kitchen
Mon Plaisir
Neal Street Restaurant
One Aldwych
Orso Restaurant
Portrait Restaurant
Rock Garden
Sapori in Covent Garden
Sofra Covent Garden
Sophie's Steakhouse & Bar
Sun Taverns
Tandoori Nights
Tappit-Hen Wine Bar
TGI Fridays, Covent Garden
The Admiralty Restaurant
The Apex Bar and Restaurant
The Gardening Club
The Langley
The Rock Garden
West Street
Zilli Fish Too
Zilli Fish Too
Zilli Italian Wine Bar


St Clement Danes CE Primary
The Royal Ballet School


Antonia Law Partnership
Beale & Co
Seth Lovis & Co


Shaftesbury Cars


Africa Theatre
Albery Theatre
Arts Theatre
Cambridge Theatre
Donmar Warehouse
Duchess Theatre
Duke of York Theatre
Fortune Theatre
Garrick Theatre
London Coliseum
Lyceum Theatre
New Ambassodors Theatre
New London Astoria
New London Theatre
Peacock Theatre
Phoenix Theatre
Player's Theatre
Playhouse Theatre
Royal Opera House
Shaftesbury Theatre

St Martin in the Fields
St Martins Theatre
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Wyndhams Theatre


The Original Banana Bookshop
The Sanctuary
The Sanctuary
Jones the Bootmaker
Koh Samui
Duffer of St George
Nigel Hall
Trevor Sorbie

Bloomsbury Flowers
Wild Bunch
Neal's Yard Dairy
Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports
Whittard of Chelsea
Field & Trek
Brightside Print & Design Ltd
Mountain Warehouse
Majestic Wine
Holland and Barratt
Holland and Barratt
Urban Outfitters
Fat Face
Tim Bryars Ltd
Crabtree and Evelyn
The Pop Boutique
Lucy in Disguise
Blackout II
Neals Yard Remedies
Arthur Beale
Forbidden Planet




Team Bikepark(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Covent Garden

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Seven Dials Hotel (0.02 miles)

Seven Dials Hotel

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The Seven Dials Hotel is situated in the heart of Covent Garden. Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street are three minutes walking distance. The hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome ... More

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Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street (0.06 miles)

Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street
Emerging from a £15 million makeover due for completion in July 2011, the Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel effortlessly blends with the boutique appeal of its neighbourhood. A landmark in Covent Garden’s Seven Dials village, ... More | visit website
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LSE High Holborn (0.08 miles)

LSE High Holborn

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Located in the heart of London just off Oxford Street, High Holborn is a pupose built residence offering bed and breakfast accommodation to all. It is in the heart of ... More

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Travelodge London Covent Garden (0.13 miles)

Travelodge London Covent Garden

Situated on Drury Lane, the 3 star Travelodge Covent Garden offers an ideal hotel choice for lone travellers to families seeking affordable accommodation. From the hotel, guests are within walking distance of Covent Garden, Holborn, ... More | visit website

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The Z Hotel Soho (0.21 miles)

The Z Hotel Soho
The Z Hotel Soho has everything you need for a couple of nights in town. Concentrated style, an out-of-town price and the West End – at your feet the moment you step out the door. ... More | visit website
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Gresham Hotel (0.22 miles)

Gresham Hotel

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Ideally located next to the British Museum and minutes away from London's Soho, Covent Garden, Oxford Street and West End, The Gresham Bloomsbury's location ensures you have restaurants, theatres, clubs, shopping, ... More

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Hazlitts (0.22 miles)


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Ideally located in the heart of London's Theatreland, Hazlitt's has an intimate charm that no large hotel can match.Our philosophy is simple: we have set out to create the kind of ... More | visit website

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Fielding Hotel (0.22 miles)

Fielding Hotel

The Fielding Hotel is situated in a charming pedestrian street that still retains its 19th century gas lamps, just opposite the Royal Opera House, it is a haven of peace and quiet in the midst ... More | visit website

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St Giles Hotel (0.25 miles)

St Giles Hotel

In the heart of London, the St Giles Hotel is located near the junction of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road, within walking distance to London's main shopping areas, Theatreland, Leicester Square, Covent Garden or ... More | visit website

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Soho Hotel (0.25 miles)

Soho Hotel
The first "deluxe hotel" in the Soho district of central London. The property was created on the site of a former multi-story car park between Dean and Wardour Streets. Following the site's demolition, fresh construction ... More | visit website

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