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Top Serviced Apartments in Covent Garden

Situated in London’s West End, Covent Garden is one of London’s most iconic locations. A home of boutique shops, fine dining and culture, finding serviced apartments in Covent Garden is on top of the agenda for many business or leisure travellers visiting London.

Given the location, a serviced accommodation can be pricey - but paying extra is well worth it. There are many hotels and serviced apartments in the area that is loosely defined as Covent Garden. Thousands flock to Covent Garden daily for charming restaurants serving European cuisine, luxury fashion stores offering high end fashion items and the nearby theatres that attract crowds.

Our dedicated reservation experts are available to help you find the perfect furnished apartment in Covent Garden.

Top Serviced Apartments in Covent Garden for Business and Leisure Travellers

Holiday Apartments in Covent Garden

If you are visiting London for a city break or short stay, our holiday apartments in Covent Garden are perhaps the most ideal place to stay. Right in the heart of London, Covent Garden is a world of its own. Once you have explored the area in depth, you can connect to many other areas of London via the Piccadilly Line at Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus. Temple and Charing Cross stations are also located nearby.

Aparthotels in Covent Garden

Aparthotels are a fantastic option for business travellers who need access to Central London. An aparthotels in Covent Garden offers a unique blend of both serviced apartments and hotels - all of the space, with all of the on site facilities to make you comfortable during your stay. Apartment hotels are available to rent on a long term basis.

Cost to Rent Apartment in Covent Garden, London

If you are looking for Covent Garden apartments for rent, you should expect to pay a premium for your stay. Prices for one night in here start around £250 per night and can increase quite drastically given the location. But with further price increases, you can expect certain luxuries that you would not receive for a standard property.

Where to Stay in Covent Garden

Loosely speaking, Covent Garden is an area in the West End that is flanked by Leicester Square and the Royal Opera House. Whilst Covent Garden is officially a shopping centre, the surrounding area can be considered as Covent Garden. This leaves plenty of choices when it comes to choosing where to stay. The area is incredibly busy throughout the day and much of the night, so when choosing Covent Garden serviced apartments, look for a place that is a little off the main tourist hotspots.

Alternatively, staying along Bow Street, Russell Street or Bedford Street will put visitors in the heart of the district.

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Some of the apartment buildings in Covent Garden London will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Covent Garden London.

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About Covent Garden

Situated in London’s West End, Covent Garden is one of London’s most iconic locations. A home of boutique shops, fine dining and culture, finding serviced apartments in Covent Garden is on top of the agenda for many business or leisure travellers visiting London.

Given the location, a serviced accommodation can be pricey - but paying extra is well worth it. There are many hotels and serviced apartments in the area that is loosely defined as Covent Garden. Thousands flock to Covent Garden daily for charming restaurants serving European cuisine, luxury fashion stores offering high end fashion items and the nearby theatres that attract crowds.

Our dedicated reservation experts are available to help you find the perfect furnished apartment in Covent Garden.

Top Serviced Apartments in Covent Garden for Business and Leisure Travellers

Holiday Apartments in Covent Garden

If you are visiting London for a city break or short stay, our holiday apartments in Covent Garden are perhaps the most ideal place to stay. Right in the heart of London, Covent Garden is a world of its own. Once you have explored the area in depth, you can connect to many other areas of London via the Piccadilly Line at Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus. Temple and Charing Cross stations are also located nearby.

Aparthotels in Covent Garden

Aparthotels are a fantastic option for business travellers who need access to Central London. An aparthotels in Covent Garden offers a unique blend of both serviced apartments and hotels - all of the space, with all of the on site facilities to make you comfortable during your stay. Apartment hotels are available to rent on a long term basis.

Cost to Rent Apartment in Covent Garden, London

If you are looking for Covent Garden apartments for rent, you should expect to pay a premium for your stay. Prices for one night in here start around £250 per night and can increase quite drastically given the location. But with further price increases, you can expect certain luxuries that you would not receive for a standard property.

Where to Stay in Covent Garden

Loosely speaking, Covent Garden is an area in the West End that is flanked by Leicester Square and the Royal Opera House. Whilst Covent Garden is officially a shopping centre, the surrounding area can be considered as Covent Garden. This leaves plenty of choices when it comes to choosing where to stay. The area is incredibly busy throughout the day and much of the night, so when choosing Covent Garden serviced apartments, look for a place that is a little off the main tourist hotspots.

Alternatively, staying along Bow Street, Russell Street or Bedford Street will put visitors in the heart of the district.

What Do I Need to Know about Staying in Covent Garden?

Facts about Covent Garden

Originally a historic square for markets and trading, Covent Garden is known more as a bastion of culture. Naturally, you can expect to find a lot of quirks and history in the area. Here are some of the most interesting facts about Covent Garden.

  • Covent Garden derives its name from the French word covent, or Convent. Pre-dating the times of trade and markets, the area was essentially a garden for monks from Westminster Abbey. 
  • There has been some form of market in Covent Garden since 1656. The current market was built in the 1830s.
  • Covent Garden welcomes almost 50 million visitors every year - making it one of London’s top tourist attractions
  • The neighbourhood has over 50 pubs and bars - both traditional and modern. 
  • Alfred Hitchcock’s 1972 film, Frenzy, was filmed in Covent Garden.

Places to Visit in Covent Garden

Covent Garden is best known for its attractions that bring millions of visitors to the area every year. If you are staying here, you will not have to travel far to find a place of interest. Below is a selection of the top places to visit in Covent Garden:

  • The Royal Opera House - Offering a variety of shows throughout the year, the Royal Opera House is perhaps London’s most famous theatre.
  • London Transport Museum - A unique and very interactive museum that explores the importance of the rich history of transport in London. 
  • The Apple Market - Iconic Victorian-era market that houses around forty stalls. In the 1980s, the local council tried to demolish it - but locals ensured it remained.
  • Jubilee Market - Known as the general market, Jubilee Market offers everything from handmade cards to flowers and local produce. 
  • Covent Garden Piazza - London’s first piazza, the area was based on European style. Home to street performers and cafe terraces. 
  • St Paul’s Church - Not to be confused with the iconic cathedral, St Paul’s Church was designed by the famous architect, Inigo Jones and is known for its striking facade.
  • London Film Museum - Dedicated to the British film industry and featuring numerous props and exhibits from popular movies. 
  • Theatre Royal, Drury Lane - Entertaining Londoners since 1663, the Theatre Royal offers tours of its stunning interior as well as a full programme of drama and entertainment. 
  • Trafalgar Square - within walking distance, Trafalgar Square is a great spot to take some pictures.

Places to Eat in Covent Garden

If you are a foodie, there is a high chance that you already know that Covent Garden is renowned as one of London’s best places to eat. When you are visiting, you will find that the area has countless restaurants offering fine dining experiences from across the world. Covent Garden is known for its dining, with venues such as Frenchie, The Petersham, Cora Pearl, The Oystermen and Balthazar being popular places for sophisticated pre-show dining.

Covent Garden isn’t all fine-dining and Michelin stars - there are many less formal places to enjoy a bite, such as Abuelo, Avobar and Chez Antoinette, as well as gastro pubs such as the Marquess of Anglesey, the White Lion or the Punch and Judy.

Shopping in Covent Garden

In addition to food and theatre, Covent Garden is known for its markets. Each year, millions of people pass through the shopping arcade browsing boutique stores and markets. Many global brands have a presence here:

  • Pandora
  • Fred Perry
  • Les Nereides
  • Claudie Pierlot
  • Sandro
  • Levis

Outside of the popular boutique stores, Covent Garden boasts a number of smaller, more bespoke shops. If you are looking to go a little further, London’s iconic Oxford Street is a short walk away.

Transportation in Covent Garden

Given the central location, getting from Covent Garden to other areas in London is relatively easy due to the abundance of public transport options in the area. If you are looking to connect with Heathrow Airport, you can take the Piccadilly Line directly from Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus. Temple Station is not too far away. From Temple, you can use the District or Circle Line, both of which stop off at key business locations in the City.

If you are travelling further afield, Charing Cross offers a number of different rail services to parts of Southern and Eastern England. Kings Cross St Pancras is around 30 minutes away and can be used to travel to the North of England.

Weather in Covent Garden

Famously, the British weather is somewhat unpredictable. Even during summer, visitors to London must prepare for all different types of weather. So when packing, the weather should be at the forefront of your mind. Despite the often gloomy weather, London does get some sunny days during the summer, with temperatures reaching as high as 30 degrees - just don’t expect this every day. During the winter, you can expect temperatures to reach 0 degree.