Covent Garden Hotel

Boutique, hip, theater crowd

10 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9HB


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At a Glance

Divine, not too pricey and situated in the heart of London’s theater district, Covent Garden has a stylish and clubby atmosphere that draws a star-studded crowd.

Indagare Loves

  • Individually designed rooms and suites each with whimsical Kit Kemp look
  • Buzzing scene at Brasserie Max
  • Convenient location to theaters and main London attractions


Owned by Kit and Tim Kemp’s Firmdale Group, which has six other hotels in London and one in New York (the Crosby Street), Covent Garden can claim Scarlett Johansson, Meryl Streep and Kate Winslet as fans. Designed by the talented designer Kit Kemp, who lovingly decorated each of the fifty-eight bedrooms and suites in a different style, the hotel’s appealing touches include fabric-covered mannequins that complement the rooms, oversize headboards towering above plush four-posters and top-of-the-line Miller Harris bath products. Giorgio Armani likes Penthouse 303, and John Malkovich always books Room 201 (though Junior Suite 5, all red toile and high ceilings, would be my pick).

Despite Covent Garden’s small size, it boasts the amenities of a larger property - an excellent restaurant, a gym, the Soholistic beauty treatment room, even a screening room that can accommodate up to 47 guests. Indagare members have commented that this is a great choice for theater-going visitors as well as for families (it’s central to many tourist sights). But do not expect the neighborhood to feel quiet or tucked away; you are staying in the middle of bustling Covent Garden.

Who Should Stay

Fans of the fun, cheeky Firmdale design who want a bustling, central London location.

Written by Henley Vazquez

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