Nadler Hotels will open its fifth property, The Nadler Covent Garden, on the corner of Bedford Street and the Strand on February 4th.
Overlooking the Strand, the 57-bedroom boutique hotel, minutes from Charing Cross and Covent Garden stations, will spread over six levels, including a reception and lounge on the ground floor.
In keeping with the group’s four other properties in London’s Victoria, Soho and Kensington, and also Liverpool; each room will be equipped with a range of features and amenities designed to provide great comfort and convenience.
All bedrooms will offer free ultra-fast Wi-Fi, free UK phone calls, comfy pocket-sprung beds, interactive TVs (with the ability to stream content direct from mobile devices), work desks with handy USB and power points, spacious bathrooms with powerful showers (walk-in or over bath) and independently controlled AC throughout.
Each also features a bespoke mini kitchen with microwave, sink, fridge (which can be pre-filled to a guest’s exact requirements), BRITA filter water tap, kettle, crockery and cutlery, and a Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary capsules.
Located in a 1907 Edwardian property, many of the building’s original features have been restored.
Covent Garden marks a move for the brand to have the interior more reflective of the unique locality of each hotel.
Elegant furnishings have been designed and produced locally in west London, while the fabrics use natural fibres from the Isle of Bute, Scotland.
Finishing touches – such as Paul Smith lamps – echo the hotel’s focus on quality British design and craftmanship.
Every detail – from bedside lights built into the headboards through to custom made tables, suitable for both in-room dining and working – has been designed for ease, versatility and comfort.
David Orr, chief executive of Nadler Hotels, said: “Our team is extremely excited to open our newest hotel in the heart of one of London’s most enchanting destinations.
“As with all our hotels, our focus is to provide guests with exceptional service, comfort and convenience, and curate a special connection with the local area.
“The property will also feature many beautiful design enhancements, which we can’t wait to reveal to our guests.”
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