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  • St Martins Lane Hotel - A Morgans Original


    From its dazzling location at the hub of Covent Garden, West End theatres and Trafalgar Square, St Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, Philippe Starck’s design is a brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque - that suffuses the hotel with energy, vitality and magic. Entered through improbably tall, luminescent yellow-glass revolving doors—the tallest in London—St Martins Lane’s lobby is a soaring and theatrical space that offers a provocative manipulation of dimension and proportion. Starck presents a visually stunning play on scale, with oversized columns and angled niches painted a deep fluorescent yellow, complemented by Portuguese limestone floors. From its acid-etched, double-height yellow glass facade to its unpredictable plays on vivid color to the dramatic series of columns that appear as shining towers, St Martins Lane’s lobby is a triumph of color and light.

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  • Radisson Edwardian Mountbatten


West End

The West End is without doubt one of London's most exciting and cultural areas, with so much entertainment on offer you may never want to leave. Fortunately, there are lots of West End hotels that will allow you to enjoy the full experience.

The West End is seen as one of the coolest, most desirable locations in the world, the place to be seen for the rich and famous. Its nightlife is well-renowned, and the best place to find it is Soho, where the mix of cultures and different nightclubs ensures an unforgettable evening's entertainment.

Hotels in the West End

As you would expect from somewhere as famously glamorous as the West End, the choice of luxurious hotels is almost endless. Whether you like your luxury boutique or traditional, there is plenty of both. The Trafalgar London is one of the more popular boutique hotels in the city, while Radisson Hampshire , Hazlitts and The Piccadilly London West End are all stunning and found just a stone's throw away from some of London's most famous attractions.

West End Theatre

The West End is not nicknamed 'Theatreland' for nothing, with around 50 major theatres to be found within the West End boundaries. The most famous area for theatre is of course Leicester Square , which also regularly finds itself in the showbiz spotlight whenever a major film premiere comes to town. Famous West End theatres include The Apollo , Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Haymarket, The London Palladium, The Old Vic, The Royal Opera House and The Savoy.

Getting to the West End

The London Underground is the quickest and best method of transport, and there are stations at Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly Lines) and Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly), while Covent Garden (Piccadilly) is another fine corner of the West End and Green Park (Jubilee, Victoria, Piccadilly) is the perfect place to start if you want to get to Buckingham Palace.

Oxford Street has four tube stops along it - Tottenham Court Road (Northern, Central), Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Victoria, Central), Bond Street (Jubilee, Central) and Marble Arch (Central). Tottenham Court Road is also where you should get off if you want to get to Soho.

West End Pubs and Bars

Obviously, in an area as large as the West End, one thing you do not need to worry about is lack of choice. Whether you want somewhere loud or quiet and whatever your favoured drink, the West End will hold something to suit. The Cork and Bottle in Leicester Square is a wonderful wine bar that is ideal for some pre-theatre drinks, while Bar Rumba in Soho is packed full of music and dance and boasts an extensive menu of cocktails. For a good old fashioned pint of ale, head to Angel in the Fields on Bond Street.

West End Restaurants

It is certainly possible to find a good value meal in the West End, and once again your options are plentiful. Gaucho in Piccadilly is an upmarket steakhouse that never disappoints, while if seafood is your thing you should seek out Wright Brothers in Soho. Sometimes, of course, you really want to push the boat out, and there are few better places in the West End than The Northall. Situated just a short walk from Covent Garden, this beautiful British menu may be pricey, but it is certainly worth it.

West End Parking

You can probably guess that the cost of parking in the West End is not particularly palatable. If there is no other alternative, the best you can hope for is the trio of NCP car parks at the east end of Oxford Street, each open 24 hours and each costing £36 for a full day's parking. These are Tottenham Court Road (WC1B 3AJ), Shaftesbury (WC1A 1JP) and Covent Garden (WC2B 5NT), all located within easy reach of your chosen West End hotels.

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