Address4 Broad Court Bow Street, Covent Garden LondonSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Hidden away in a pedestrianised court in the heart of Covent Garden, this pretty, 25-room hotel (named after the novelist Henry Fielding, who lived nearby) has been furnished to a very high standard: bathrooms have lovely walk-in showers, and rooms are beautifully done up and are fully air-conditioned. The hotel doesn’t provide breakfast but the area is full of cafes.
Our independent authors have visited Fielding Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in The West End.
Description provided by property
Situated opposite the Royal Opera House, Fielding Hotel offers guests complimentary access to a neighbouring gym and spa, just 100 metres away. With free WiFi, this 19th-century hotel is 5 minutes' walk from the famous Covent Garden Market.
Each of the bright air-conditioned rooms at the Fielding Hotel offers a TV, a direct-dial telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms benefit from an en-suite bath or shower room. Hairdryers are available from the 24-hour reception.
Daily vouchers for free entry to the nearby Covent Garden Fitness and Well-being Centre are available to all guests from reception. The area surrounding the hotel is home to numerous eateries, ideal for breakfast, lunch, and evening meals.
Convent Garden Tube Station is just 150 metres from the Fielding Hotel and offers 20-minute connections to King's Cross St Pancras Railway Station and guests can reach Leafy Hyde Park after a 10-minute journey.
The hotel has no elevator and may prove unsuitable for guests with mobility difficulties, however some rooms are available on the ground floor, subject to availability.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
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