Apartments in Covent Garden & Soho



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Covent Garden

Located in the heart of the West End at Covent Garden, only a few minutes' walk from Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Embankment.

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Deluxe One Bedroom
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Holborn

Our experienced and friendly staff will be delighted to share its local knowledge to help you settle in quickly and integrate with the local culture.

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Studio Deluxe
2
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One Bedroom
4
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Charing Cross / Embankmen

Located just a few steps away from Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square London is a short walk from the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.

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One Bedroom
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Two Bedroom
6
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Minimum stay: 3 nights Min. 3 nights
Leicester Square

Westend Serviced Apartments have been stylishly renovated within a period building located in Leicester Square, in the middle of London’s West End.

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One Bedroom Executive
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Minimum stay: 30 nights Min. 30 nights
Leicester Square

New apartments in the heart of London. Leicester Square is the center of London.

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Covent Garden
Photo by: S Pakhrin , Some rights reserved

Covent Garden

This is one of the main shopping and entertainment districts of the English capital and is hugely popular with visitors, who swarm to its shops, bars and restaurants, especially at weekends. Covent Garden incorporates some of London's Theatreland and also forms a smaller extension to London's gay village that is centred on the neighbouring district of Soho.

Covent Garden takes its name from history; it used to be Convent Garden many years ago and over the years this has changed to Covent Garden.

Original article source: Wikivoyage, where you find useful information about Covent Garden. Creative common licence


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