Covent Garden is a fantastic part of London found in the heart of the city close to major landmarks and attractions. It is an ideal place to spend a whole day with fellow shoppers as there are plenty of lunch destinations for food pit-stops. There are superb shops to head to including department store Marks and Spencer, Reiss, Accessorize and H&M. There are also amazing independent boutiques that sell unique products for travellers into one-off goods. The beauty of visiting the lovely Covent Garden is there is a unique buzz to it that entices travellers to the area to discover its charms including its lively street entertainment.
The area is quite big and includes the piazza, Neal Street and the gorgeous Seven Dials section. It is easy to travel from one bit to the other and it actually contains some of the prettiest parts of central London. Coming off the tube at Covent Garden is being in the centre of the area and travellers can work from there. Neal Street is great for pampering with some top quality spas and shops with body and aromatherapy treats. There are plenty of superb, independent fashion designers here that will have amazing things to sell. This busy road is part of Seven Dials that is actually a small roundabout that leads on to seven streets.
This wonderful area is always full of tourists but the roundabout is actually somewhere that many people sit to admire the world going by. Monmouth Street is famous for Monmouth Coffee where travellers can sit on the benches outside and drink some delicious beverages. Long Acre is lovely and offers designer stores such as Mango, Reiss and Cos. The piazza offers plenty more and guests to the area should also head to Covent Garden Market. There are many jewellery stores and book shops around here that are definitely worth visiting. It is also a superb place for make-up enthusiasts where travellers can ask for a free make-over.
Shoe shops include Aldo and Kurt Geiger, as well as the famous Dr Martens brand giving footwear enthusiasts a wide variety to choose from. London has so many shopping places to head to, but Covent Garden offers something very special that is a really cool atmosphere. When staying in the English capital city it is vital to find the best type of residence. This accommodation should be right at the centre of the city close to attractions, dining and shopping destinations. Travellers would be advised to find a hotel that’s close to a tube station and where they can easily get around on London buses or flag down taxis.
The best hotel in Baker Street London is the Park Avenue Baker Street Hotel. This is based at the centre of the city and has great rooms with double, club and easy access sizes. The residence is ideal for couples and groups of friends and family. The hotel is found near Regent’s Park and offers spacious air-conditioned rooms with modern comforts. These include a flatscreen television and Wi-Fi internet. The double and club rooms have a fridge, microwave and chilled mineral water that is available on arrival. There is a large en-suite bathroom and travellers will adore the personal service provided by the top staff members.