Hotels in Covent Garden

Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street
Covent Garden

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Emerging from a £15 million makeover due for completion in July 2011, the Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel effortlessly blends with the boutique appeal of its neighbourhood. A landmark in Covent Gardenís Seven Dials village, the hotel is a chic retreat on the doorstep of Londonís most celebrated theatres, its beautifully designed rooms equipped with next-generation technology. Hip as the streets that surround it, with a bar and restaurant alive with locals, this quintessential Covent Garden rendezvous is a place that feels real, relaxed and rooted in its community.

137 air conditioned bedrooms bring comfort and style together beautifully. Calming, muted shades, tactile fabrics and original art both soothe and stimulate, while interactive, all-in-one guest technology brings your iPod, iPad, iPhone and DVDs seamlessly to your TV screen. A host of services are available, key features include a fitness room, valet parking upon request (local car park used), in-room spa treatments and complimentary wireless internet access throughout. At the heart of the hotel, Dial is about shared experience Ė from the barís delectable small plates to the comfort and conviviality of the restaurant. Here, modern European dishes of impeccable provenance are prepared with market-fresh British produce, while the fragrant spices of the barís meze menu hint at the old Covent Garden marketís more exotic wares. A hub at the heart of Seven Dials, this is a chic urban eatery without an ounce of pretension.

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