Privately owned and passionately run, One Aldwych is London's most exciting contemporary hotel. Located in the middle of it all in Covent Garden, One Aldwych is within walking distance of all the theaters, museums and city sites. Built in 1907, the hotel is housed in one of the most important Edwardian buildings in London (English Heritage protected). The dignified exterior- featuring a distinctive copper cupola dome- is harmoniously balanced with the brilliant contemporary interiors.The hotel boasts a private contemporary art and sculpture collection of over 400 pieces. There are 105 luxurious bedrooms and suites, each featuring original art work, fresh fruit and flowers delivered daily, sumptuous fabrics, and wireless broadband internet access.One Aldwych is home to London's most exciting restaurants and bars. The hip Axis Restaurant has a classic European menu with a modern twist. The relaxed and informal Indigo Restaurant- overlooking the Lobby Bar- showcases creative modern European cuisine, organic produce, and light and healthy options. The happening Lobby Bar, described by the press as one of the top hotel bars in the world, serves serious cocktails and delectable bar food. The Health Club at One Aldwych (boasting a spa and stunning lap swimming pool with underwater music and mood lighting) offers a complete personal health and fitness service in a luxurious, contemporary environment. The hotel's signature private screening room, the seats upholstered in blue leather with small martini tables adjacent, is perfect for meetings and private parties.But what distinguishes One Aldwych above all else, is the outstanding, professional service.
- One Aldwych
- 1 Aldwych
- London, WC2B 4RH
- United Kingdom
Located In The Centre Of London In Covent Garden At The Point Where The City Of London Meets The West End. Within Walking Distance Of The Citys Major Theatres, Shops And The Financial District, As Well As Historical Landmarks Such As St Pauls Cathedral, Buckingham Palace And Trafalgar. Within walking distance of 15 major West End theatres; Somerset House, The Gilbert Collection, the Courtauld Gallery and the Hermitage Rooms; London Eye; Donmar Warehouse; Royal Opera House; Tate Modern; Globe Theatre; The National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery at Trafalgar Square; Royal Festival Hall; Royal National Theatre; And Eurostar International Terminal. Minut By Taxi To The City; Knightsbridge and Harvey Nichols; Mayfair and Bond Street; Piccadilly and the Royal Academy; Paddington, Victoria and Liverpool Street main line stations. Follow The M23/M25 To Central London And Follow Signs To West End And Aldwych. Take M4 To Central London And Follow Signs To West End And Aldwych. Follow A13 Westbound To Central London And Follow To Aldwych.
Directions to Hotel
Directions from LONDON HEATHROW: Take M4 to Central London and follow signs to West End and Aldwych. LONDON GATWICK: M23 / M25 to Central London and follow signs to West End and Aldwych. LONDON CITY: Follow A13 Westbound to Central London and follow signs to Aldwych.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Indoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Dining
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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