Hotel Door

Whether visiting on business or pleasure, this four star deluxe hotel is sure to please even the most discerning traveler  Situated near Euston Station in central London, this hotel is positioned perfectly for exploring nearby Covent Garden and the West End. With fantastic shopping, nightlife and cultural interests at your fingertips, this elegant hotel is sure to impress.

Business services at this hotel are second to none. Facilities include audio/visual equipment, conference rooms, courier services, meeting rooms and translation services. Internet is also free in the hotel lobby for all guests. Rest assured that this tranquil and well serviced hotel will be sure to cater to your every need, and ensure your meetings and appointments run as smoothly as possible.

Guest rooms are of course all en-suite, complete with complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, trouser press and iron and ironing board. Bedrooms are furnished with cable flat screen LCD television, coffee and tea making facilities, mini-bar and air conditioning. Daily housekeeping and room service are also offered. Kick back and relax within the luxurious confines of this four star Secret Hotel.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

If you’re travelling with older children, then a night at the Funny Side club in Covent Garden is an unbeatable evening of entertainment. Live stand up coupled with an intimate audience of about 60 make this place a favourite among locals and tourists alike. Food and drink are also readily available, enabling you to make a proper evening of it.

For romance

Grab a coffee and some Italian antipasti in Covent Garden’s main plaza to watch the world go by. You’ll be entertained by the surrounding street performers and bustling London life. Afterwards you can wander round the nearby market, home to all things London orientated.

For culture

The Royal Opera House, located in Covent Garden, is the perfect go to for an evenings entertainment. Check the box office for current showings, highlights of course focus on Opera and Ballet based performances.

For shopping

Covent Garden is full of big names and boutiques. Don’t miss the inspirational travel shop Stanford, on Long Acre, stocked high with travel guides, travel related fiction, antique maps and various gadgets for hardcore exploring.

For eating out

If you like Chinese food, why not head to Chinatown, in nearby Soho. Choose from a wealth of delicious oriental eateries, from all you can eat buffets to set menus. You’ll love the traditional Chinese service, accompanying herbal teas and exotic dishes.

For nightlife

The Porterhouse in Covent Garden is an Irish run pub, serving up hearty meals and international beers to suit all tastes. You won’t find cocktails and fine dining here, but you will find a friendly vibe and good honest fare.


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