One Aldwych

Covent Garden, London

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Covent Garden, London

One Aldwych is one of the very few hotels in London (or indeed the world), that can say it is truly independent. Everything created and curated is for the delight of guests in its singular beautiful building, at the centre of London’s most exciting neighbourhood – Covent Garden.

Stepping into the lobby is to step into a moment in history, dressed up in style. Built in 1905 as the home of the Morning Post newspaper, it still inspires spirited conversation and connection. Today, the luxuries and stylish flair of the contemporary suites and bedrooms sit easily with the stories of heritage and the influence of the arts. Warm, welcoming and a little unconventional, interiors are fashioned as modern residences embellished with Art Nouveau flourishes and spirited English touches.

The result is an exquisite, expressive, original style as befits a truly independent London hotel.


  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Complimentary upgrade (subject to availability)
  • Early check-in / late departure (subject to availability)
  • £85 hotel credit.


Covent Garden, London

Distance from Airport

24.7 miles from London Heathrow

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Child friendly



Health Club with spa treatments, a large 24/hour gym and 18-metre chlorine-free swimming pool.

Food and Drink

Guests are invited for lunch or dinner in Indigo, a restaurant celebrating independent producers, or Eneko with its modern Basque flavours. Come teatime there’s a choice between the magical world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or an elegant afternoon tea in Indigo.

Under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Dominic Teague, Indigo has become a local favourite. The restaurant is informal, not stuffy, with a consistent focus on fabulous food and ingredients sourced from the best British producers. On the menu you’ll find a nutty beetroot salad spiked with horseradish and the ever-popular catch of the day, served crisp in beer batter with more than a smear of tartare sauce.

Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar is the London outpost and vision of Michelin- starred Spanish chef Eneko Atxa whose three-Michelin Azurmendi restaurant is one of the World’s Top 50 Restaurants. His exciting menu is a modern take on the traditional flavours of the Basque region.

At the heart of the hotel is the Lobby Bar. Popular with guests and locals alike, the Lobby Bar team know before you do whether it’s time for a mean martini or a cocktail creation. Linger a little longer with a menu of tasty bites that will take you from first light to midnight.


Those in need of rest and retreat will find it in the sanctuary of The Library or cocooned in the Health Club with luxurious spa treatments, a large 24/hour Technogym and 18-metre chlorine-free swimming pool.

With its warm, natural tones, this soft, peaceful space is immediately uplifting. The talented team of therapists are on-hand for a quick complexion fix or a mindful massage.

Energy levels restored, there’s a large 24/hour gym complete with the latest Peloton bike and a 59-foot/18-metre swimming pool. With underwater music and completely chlorine-free, we know of no other pool like it.

Local Area

The Covent Garden Neighbourhood

One Aldwych is the hotel for Londoners at heart, wherever they might be from. For the curious minded, there is access to the finest entertainment and cultural adventures, positioned as the hotel is on the doorstep to galleries, museums, West End theatres and the famous Royal Opera House.


Chanel, Burberry and Polo Ralph Lauren have some new neighbours. Europe’s leading watch retailer, Bucherer has opened on the Piazza showcasing collections from Rolex, Cartier and Breitling. Bespoke jewellery brand Vashi has also chosen Covent Garden for its workshop and store.


Families are in for a heart-melting treat with Disney’s Frozen the Musical at the neighbouring Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The Royal Opera House will showcase Romeo & Juliet, Swan Lake, and a new opera The Marriage of Figaro. Whilst this season at the Donmar Warehouse sees Kit Harrington take the powerful lead in Henry V and Marys Seacole directed by Nadia Latif.


Discover Van Gogh’s self-portraits at the recently refreshed Courtauld Gallery, Francis Bacon’s fascination with painting animals at the Royal Academy of Arts or head over to Somerset House for something a little more unusual.

The Curators

Think of One Aldwych’s Curators as the friends with the best recommendations. Brunch, ballet
boutiques, cocktails, exhibitions and the little-known corners of the city that you’ll love. Each one a specialist in a fascinating field, from history and theatre to art, our quintet of quintessentially inspiring characters offer guests private and privileged access to London on the inside. Talk to the Concierge for extraordinary experiences, handpicked to personalise and enhance a stay at One Aldwych.


Get in touch

If you would like to book your next holiday or are looking for inspiration please to get in touch with our team. We look forward to booking your next escape!
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