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When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Covent Garden?

Covent Garden hotels are your ticket to one of London's all-in-one shopping and culture hotspots. Surrounded by designer boutiques, high-street names, bars, teahouses and pretty Victorian pavilions, the stays here channel a real English charm. They can get prohibitively expensive around Christmas and New Year – mulled wine and chestnut grilling heralds festive markets on the Covent Garden squares then. And there's a price spike in the summer, when most international visitors are flocking to see the West End and the bucket-list sights along the River Thames.

What are the Top Hotels in Covent Garden?

Just the name Waldorf Hilton conjures up images of the luxurious and opulent. This grand hotel on the south-east edge of Covent Garden doesn't disappoint. It's got a Neo-Classical façade, marble-clad lobbies, an enticing indoor pool – the list goes on. Something more affordable is on offer at the Hotel Strand Continental, where 2 stars means clean rooms, free internet and an on-site bar. Plush bedspreads, a gym and a refined Anglo-style set of interiors awaits at the cosy Kingsway Hall Hotel, sat just a 5-minute walk from the heart of the neighbourhood.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Covent Garden?

The Strand is not only one of the most famous streets in London, home to historic tea shops and Medieval churches, but also a great place to seek out Covent Garden hotels. Digs there tend to be luxurious, bearing monikers like Savoy and flaunting bellboy-fronted lobbies. The area around Charing Cross Road is another option. That's where a medley of flat rentals and smaller guesthouses beckons just a short walk from the Covent Garden shopping strips and major Underground interchanges. The West End staple of Shaftesbury Avenue is also in the mix – alive with cinemas and playhouses and bars.

What are Hotels like in Covent Garden?

With Soho bearing in on one side and the glitzy walks of the West End on the other, it's hardly surprising that Covent Garden is home to some seriously swish hotels. Many are classic, large-scale luxury resorts, fronted by dark marble and imbued with designer bathrooms and bespoke art. Others are quirkier and off-beat – think bohemian apartment rentals with Nordic furnishings and exposed-brick walls. There's not too much in the way of budget choices but they are there. Seek out the stripped-down chain hotels and pub stays for those.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Covent Garden?

Bagging Covent Garden hotel deals means booking your place in one of the most happening corners of Central London. Just be ready to fork out room rates that match. Take the Strand, where the 5-star accommodations can command prices of anything between £170 and £500 a night. Things can be a tad more affordable up on Shaftesbury Avenue, where top-end rooms usually peak at around £400. Good deals on the coveted places around the National Gallery and Charing Cross can be anything from £200 to £350 a night.

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