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We are delighted to announce that Covent Garden Hotel will reopen on 29 July. Situated on a charming, cobbled street in the heart of Covent Garden, it is the ideal summer location, with its individual boutiques, many theatres and fun Seven Dials food market. See the brand new Art of Banksy exhibition or Nick Payne’s new play, Constellations at the Donmar Warehouse, just steps from the hotel. Return to our colourful Drawing Room (pictured) for cocktails or Afternoon Tea. Our Stay 4 Pay 3 and Stay for Longer offers give you even more reason to enjoy some much needed quality time with your loved ones in one of Kit Kemp’s beautiful, individually designed bedrooms.
Mary Poppins themed Afternoon Tea with cakes and tea set

Celebrate the return of Disney and Cameron Macintosh’s multi-award winning musical, Mary Poppins with a specially created, exclusive themed Afternoon Tea in Brasserie Max. Indulge in sumptuous cakes inspired by the show including ‘The Perfect Nanny’ caramel, dark chocolate and hazelnut cheesecake and ‘A Spoonful of Sugar’ lemon drizzle roulade, alongside finger sandwiches and freshly baked scones. From £35 per person.
Brasserie Max restaurant with a round table surrounded by comfortable fabric chairs

Brasserie Max at Covent Garden Hotel will open on 29 July. Join us for a hearty breakfast or weekend brunch, delicious dinner with friends or for cocktails, pull up a stool at the long pewter bar or a table on the sunny terrace. Our new summer menu is filled with delights, including Thai sesame beef salad with sugar snaps, beansprouts and chilli, John Dory with baby artichokes and saffron cream and delectable desserts like our signature lemon tart.
A light and spacious suite with floor to ceiling Crittall windows. There is a king size bed with a statement embroidered headboard

The Soho Hotel will also reopen on 29 July. Choose from one of our individually designed bedrooms and suites, some with furnished terraces, including the newly designed top floor Terrace Suite (pictured), which has spectacular views overlooking the rooftops of Soho and the London skyline beyond. The bedroom features a hand embroidered headboard created in collaboration with fashion designer, Clio Peppiatt, inspired by the local Soho music scene. See the David Hockney exhibition at the Royal Academy, followed by our new Best of British Afternoon Tea in Refuel and tickets to Les Miserables: A Staged Concert close by. Our Stay 4, Pay 3 and Stay for Longer offers are the perfect excuse to extend your stay and make the most of all the city has to offer
Cocktails and sharing plates on the Refuel Terrace

From 20th July, outstanding English wine producers, Rathfinny Estate will take over The Refuel Terrace at The Soho Hotel for a celebration of Sussex in Soho. Guests can expect Rathfinny’s Classic Cuvée, Blanc de Noirs and Rosé, served alongside an aperitivo style British cocktail menu, using their Seven Sisters gin and vermouth. A seasonal selection of small plates, perfectly paired with the wines and cocktails will also be available. Tickets are £12, including a glass of Rathfinny or cocktail of your choice, guaranteed table on The Refuel Terrace and access to a special cocktail menu.
Soho Hotel Crimson Bar with a black patterned wallpaper, yellow stripe sofas and a bright neon Jukebox.

Looking for somewhere special to reunite with friends and family? We have many spaces for intimate events at our London hotels. At The Soho Hotel, choose from the elegant Sandra Blow room with its original artwork or The Crimson Bar (pictured), which is perfect for a fun party with its retro jukebox. For an exquisite private dinner, there’s the stylish Lyric and Fortune rooms at Covent Garden Hotel or Dora Carrington room at Charlotte Street Hotel, which opens onto the hotel’s private terrace. For something unique, we have luxury cinemas at all three properties to host your very own private film screening.
An exterior shot of the Charlotte Street Hotel face on from the other side of the street, showing outdoor terrace, olive trees at each side of the entrance doors and Union Jack blowing in the wind.

We are thrilled to welcome back our guests to Charlotte Street Hotel. Explore the surrounding neighbourhood with its many exciting new restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as interesting independent art galleries, including Rebecca Hossack. Join us on the sunny Oscar Terrace for cocktails or see a movie at our weekend Film Club which returns with In The Heights on 25 July. To get you in the mood for your next visit, watch this short film, which explores Kit Kemp’s love for The Bloomsbury Set and how they inspired her designs for the hotel. Rates from £310 with our new Stay 4 Pay 3 and Stay for Longer offers.

A sunny wood panelled drawing room with yellow curtains above a striped sofa


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