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The Best Airbnbs in Covent Garden

The Best Airbnbs in Covent Garden

Centrally-located and with some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and cultural spots, it’s little wonder that Covent Garden is a popular option for visitors to London. These Airbnbs in Covent Garden make the perfect base for your trip. 

The Best Airbnbs in Covent Garden 

Deluxe Townhouse in Covent Garden 

The first thing you’ll notice about this Covent Garden apartment when you check in is just how light and airy it is. That and the beautiful decor. It’s little wonder that this haven often finds itself booked out months in advance. 

Everything has been thought of – from the uber-comfortable beds with their crisp linen to the artwork that adorns the walls. It sits somewhere between minimalist and contemporary chic. 

There’s a kitchen / living room, three double bedrooms, a study, and two bathrooms, so it’s actually spacious enough to comfortably fit six people if necessary. All in all, it’s a luxurious base for your time in Covent Garden. 

Stylish 2 Bedroom Apartment with Sun Terrace 

Just a one-minute walk from Covent Garden tube station, this two-bedroom flat is a real favourite for guests staying in Covent Garden. It’s relatively small but acts as the perfect pied a terre for a couple of people wanting to stay in one of the area’s most desirable streets. 

In addition to the 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and living area, there’s a small kitchen and a beautiful rooftop terrace covered in astroturf that’s brilliant in the warmer months. 

Elegant 1 Bedroom Apartment 

With the apartment boasting furnishings by esteemed Italian designer, Ercolani, this one bedroom property is perfect for those visiting the city. 

The bright apartment boasts plenty of natural light and has been decorated in a gorgeous contemporary style. Super-comfortable linen in the bedroom, a fully-equipped kitchen with a Nespresso machine and a cosy living room that’s perfect for unwinding in, it ticks all the boxes for a centrally-located but stylish base for your trip. 

The host has plenty of apartments dotted across London, and all have airy and delicate touches that provide a home away from home. 

3 Bedroom Duplex Apartment 

It can be difficult to find Airbnbs in Covent Garden that are large enough for families or small groups, but this spacious three bedroom duplex is the perfect option. 

Everything is super-simple – you can choose a personal or self-service check-in and after that, it’s just a matter of getting comfortable in your home away from home. 

The apartment has three bedrooms, two with king sized beds and one with bunk beds so there’s plenty of space. There’s even a double sofa bed, expanding the capacity to eight. 

All that and you’re just minutes from the Royal Opera House and Covent Garden’s famous piazza. 

Bijou Covent Garden Penthouse 

A luxury one bedroom apartment in the heart of Covent Garden, this apartment may be on the small side but it’s elegantly furnished and is less than 300 metres away from Leicester Square station. 

The owner is an interior designer and hasn’t stinted on decorating the apartment as a luxury bolthole. That’s why you’ll find 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and a super-comfortable mattress as well as mood lighting and lots of lush plants.  Sparkling clean, it’s a cosy bolthole for two people in a brilliant location.

Even with the central location, it’s nice and quiet so you don’t need to worry about a disturbed night’s sleep. 

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