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Serviced Apartments in Covent Garden

Our Central London Apartments in Covent Garden allow you to stay right in the heart of London’s cultural epicentre. Surrounded by fine restaurants, bars, theatres and attractions, our Covent Garden apartments are an ideal retreat for those wanting to be part of city buzz, while still feeling relaxed and at home with convenient facilities.

Each of our serviced apartments in Covent Garden has its own kitchen, allowing you the choice between dining in, and sampling one of the areas’ award-winning eateries.  An apartment will typically give you more space than a hotel, in which to relax and entertain. 

Staying in Covent Garden

Looking to catch a film premiere while you’re in the city?  Choose an apartment close to Leicester Square.  Or if museums and heritage sites are more your thing, why not stay in one of our apartments near to Somerset house or the London Transport Museum.However you decide to spend your time in London, make sure you do it in comfort and style with a serviced apartment from Central London Apartments. Situated in London’s thriving West End, Covent Garden is alive with culture, housing some of London’s most reputable theatres and attractions: the most iconic of these being The Royal Opera House. 

Home to The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House offers a varied diary of ballet and operatic performances.  Shows range from classics like Swan Lake and the Nutcracker to more contemporary productions, pushing the limits of conventional ballet.  The venue also caters to other events such as production workshops, tea dances and family days.

Other notable buildings in the area include the neoclassical Somerset House, itself providing a varied calendar of arts and culture inspired events; the London Transport Museum, where visitors can discover London’s intricate and fascinating transport history; and the National Gallery, displaying a collection of classic paintings ranging back to the 13th century. Two of London’s most famous squares are also located within the Covent Garden area: Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.  Trafalgar Square is one of London’s liveliest open spaces, with special events showcased in the space throughout the year, including Chinese New Year, St Patrick’s Day and open-air cinema.

Leicester Square sees many a red carpet event as the world’s biggest names in film travel to the area to premiere their latest features at one of the squares main cinemas: the Odean, Vue, Empire and West End.  Leicester Square is a bustling hub of activity, packed full of excellent restaurants, bars and theatres.  By day, the distinct shopping areas of Covent Garden come to life, with premium brands to quirky craft stalls located in The Opera Quarter, Seven Dials, Neal’s Yard, St Martin’s Courtyard and Covent Garden Market.

First time in a London apartment?

There’s something very special about turning the key into your own apartment in the city, that you just don’t get to a normal hotel.  Having a private apartment in London, complete with plenty of space and a kitchen of your own, helps to make you feel like a real London local.  Enjoy your home routine with mealtimes on your terms, and the privacy provided for all the family with separate bedrooms and living spaces.

You’ll still get to take advantage of some hotel-like services like maid services and fresh linens.  Some apartments also have their own reception and security personnel, for your added convenience and peace of mind.

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