St Martins Lane

9.0 de media en 1130 reseñas. 154 habitaciones.

★★★★★

El St Martin’s Lane está situado en Londres, en la zona de Covent Garden, presenta un diseño impresionante e innovador con zonas comunes elegantes y habitaciones diseñadas por Philippe Starck. Alberga el gimnasio más grande dentro de un hotel europeo.

Las habitaciones disponen de ventanales increíbles, iluminación interactiva y TV HD de pantalla plana.

El gimnasio del St Martins Lane, el Gymbox, cuenta con estudios de baile con luces láser, un cuadrilátero de boxeo olímpico y una amplia variedad de equipamientos. Los huéspedes pueden disfrutar de acceso gratuito al Gymbox, así como de lavandería gratuita para la ropa deportiva. Además, el hotel proporciona un servicio gratuito de préstamo de bicicletas.

El galardonado chef, autor y locutor gastronómico Gizzi Erskine se ha unido a la familia del St Martins Lane en el The Nitery by Gizzi Erskine para una residencia de 3 meses, hasta el 30 de abril, en la cocina del St Martins Lane.

El The Nitery combina ingredientes experimentales y platos clásicos nostálgicos en entornos hedonistas y bohemios inspirados en las «niteries» parisinas de principios del siglo XX, y sirve especialidades biodinámicas francesas, americanas e inglesas de lujo.

La carta incluye un menú servido todo el día, un menú para antes o después del teatro y un menú tradicional de asado los domingos.

La estación de Charing Cross, el mercado de Covent Garden y el Royal Opera House están a solo 5 minutos a pie. Además, el establecimiento queda a menos de 10 minutos a pie de Leicester Square y a menos de 5 minutos a pie de Trafalgar Square.

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  1. The Harp

    Love My Local Badge: сheck in The Harp 3 times also don't worry.

    A 124 m del hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  2. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    A 134 m del hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  3. National Gallery

    The gallery opened in 1824 to exhibit 38 paintings purchased by the government. The UK national collection is relatively small because unlike in Europe, the monarch’s collection was not nationalised.

    A 203 m del hotel
    Trafalgar Sq

  4. Porterhouse

    Bang in central London, you have to get there early to get a seat for 6 Nations Rugby viewing but there is such a good vibe it’s worth it.

    A 223 m del hotel
    21-22 Maiden Ln

  5. Dishoom

    Dishoom in Covent Garden has a good design and food ethos, and they sell bacon naan. What more could you want? If this is going to be a chain it's no bad thing. Metro gave it 3 out of 5 Stars.

    A 226 m del hotel
    12 Upper St Martin’s Ln

  6. Apple Covent Garden

    Yeah, it looks all shiny now, but go back 230 years and you'd be watching graverobbed corpses being dissected by the Hunter brothers. How quickly people forget.

    A 304 m del hotel
    No. 1-7 The Piazza

  7. Covent Garden Market

    The market is bustling with shoppers, tourists and performers on the weekend. Except for the many restaurants and cafes, there is also the famous Royal Opera.

    A 332 m del hotel
    The Piazza

  8. Gordon's Wine Bar

    Head down the stairs, take a seat and lose track of time in the dark candle lit cellar. If cheese and wine is your thing then you’ll love Gordon’s.

    A 371 m del hotel
    47 Villiers St

  9. Monmouth Coffee Company

    If you're starving for the ultimate caffeine injection, Monmouth is the place.

    A 435 m del hotel
    27 Monmouth St

  10. Somerset House

    Celebrate Christmas in style at the Somerset House ice rink – with late night skate sessions followed by mulled wine and cocktails. See the rest of our Christmas Culture Guide here: bit.ly/TXlFnd

    A 0.6 km del hotel
    Strand

  11. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    A 1.0 km del hotel
    Great Russell St

  12. Hyde Park

    Hyde Park was a favourite venue for duellists in the 18th and 19th century, including the brutal 1712 duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun in which they hacked each other to death.

    A 2.5 km del hotel
    Serpentine Rd