Straddling the line between Central London's business district and the West End, the Citadines Holborn-Covent Garden London makes for the perfect location to explore the best of both worlds. Its prime location of being situated just outside the two bustling neighbourhoods gives our guests the breathing space to wind down.
Serviced Apartments Covent Garden: Straddling the line between Central London’s business district and the West End, the Citadines Holborn-Covent Garden London makes for the perfect location to explore the best of both worlds. Its prime location of being situated just outside the two bustling neighbourhoods gives our guests the breathing space to wind down and rejuvenate after a weary day.
Our apart’hotel offers well-travelled guests multiple serviced apartment choices that are stylish, modern and aptly furnished with the amenities and services required to aid any business or leisure stay. Each serviced apartment is fitted with a fully-equipped modern kitchen, a bed area, en suite bathroom and a living area. Weekly housekeeping and wireless internet connectivity are included and a business corner on the ground floor is reserved for executives to fire out a quick email or for travellers to do some last-minute vacation research.
Other amenities include an on-site gymnasium, business meeting and conferences rooms available for rent, baby amenities, private carpark as well as a range of available services: on-demand cleaning, delivery shopping and dry cleaning.
The closest Tube station to the residence is Holborn Tube Station, which is a mere 2-minute stroll away. Follow the street down New Oxford Street and be spoilt for gastronomical choice between The Princess Louise, an opulently decked pub that serves up real ale and pub grub, or My Old Dutch, a cafe that puts up traditional Dutch snacks and pancakes.
But of course, no trip to Central London is complete without a proper visit to West End’s Covent Garden, a 10-minute walk from the serviced residence, where upscale fashion boutiques meet vintage shops and Michelin-starred restaurants rub shoulders with cheap take-out stalls. Perhaps the most famous thing about London’s West End is its vibrant theatre scene. Alongside New York’s Broadway, London’s West End theatre represents some of the world’s best theatre performances.