Nadler Hotel Review

A few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to stay at The Nadler Covent Garden. This is the fifth boutique property of the Nadler Hotels group. and is located overlooking the iconic Strand, right in the heart of Covent Garden.

The Nadler Covent Garden is a hotel that lets you live like a local. It is close to local transport links, shops, restaurant, bars and the theatre district.

My friend and I were welcomed by the lovely staff and provided with a glass of Prosecco, while we waited for our room. We were a little early, but fortunately staff moved some of the rooms around so we could check in earlier than normal.

We were told the hotel had only been open for three weeks and while the newness shows, it still felt quite warm. The 57 room hotel is housed within a beautifully restored Edwardian building and spread over six floors. The rooms range from from Standard Double through to Junior Suite and features bespoke furniture, designed and hand-made locally in west London, along with luxurious fabrics made from natural fibres woven on the Isle of Bute, Scotland and special edition Paul Smith Anglepoise lamps.

It was really beautiful in the room and throughly enjoyed posing in our soft plush robes. But we couldn’t spend all evening relaxing in our room, it was time to explore what Covent Garden has to offer.

The Nadler Covent Garden has a host of exclusive local partners which offer guests the freedom and flexibility to explore and discover the area like a local. From trips to the Royal Opera House and champagne tastings at Champagne + Fromage, to exclusive discounts and perks at luxury shoe store, Oliver Sweeney. Just ask staff and they’ll point you in the right direction.

We were sent over to Mr Foggs Society Of Exploration who have a deal with the hotel offering for a free welcome drink on arrivalspecial for guests and then on to Cinnamon Bazaar for dinner (see our review of this restaurant later).

After dinner we returned to the hotel for an evening to wind down before the week started again. It was super easy to fall asleep on the comfy bed and despite being close to a busy area, the room was deceptively quiet.

Thanks Nadler Covent Garden for a lovely stay. The hotel was definitely a little home away from home. It was the perfect location as it’s in the heart of the tourist district but feels like it’s a little further out. Check it out next time you need to stay in the city, having a staycation or need to recommend a hotel to out of towners.

The Nadler Covent Garden

51 Bedford Street, London, WC2R 0PZ

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Written by Tegan LeBon