This post was created in collaboration with Hotels.com. Spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own.
I love spending the day in Covent Garden, it’s such a vibrant area of London! When we visit the city we often find ourselves here, with such a fantastic selection of Covent Garden Hotels, bars, restaurants, shops, and it’s proximity to the theatre district, it’s the perfect hub for a weekend in London!
The whole Covent Garden area is FAB for shopping. I love meandering through Seven Dials, dreaming in the Away and KNOMO stores, treating my skin in Caudalie, popping into Neal’s Yard for a few treats too. St Martin’s Courtyard is another firm favourite, you’ll find me in Cos and & Other Stories. Covent Garden Market is a haven for beauty boutiques, check out Deciem, Charlotte Tilbury + NARS, they’re my favourites!
Covent Garden is a haven of great foodie spots. You’ll find a lot of my favourites here, Shoryu for delicious ramen, Honest Burger for, you guessed it, burgers, Shake Shack nestled in the heart of the market, The Ivy Market Grill for decadent brunching, and my favourite Dishoom for the best Indian food in England. The problem is picking just one spot!
It’s no secret I love coffee, and almost as much sitting in coffee shops watching the world go by. Stop by Covent Garden Grind for an oat milk latte and a pastel de nata, or Monmouth coffee for a hardcore caffeine hit. Or settle in at Timberyard with your laptop, a pot of tea and a granola bowl.
To something decadently naughty! My favourite Covent Garden treat is Milk Train Cafe, for giant ice cream cones topped with treats and wrapped in a cotton candy cone. My go to is vanilla ice cream with biscoff mixed in, caramel sauce, salted caramel pieces and salty popcorn! Also in Covent Garden, swing by Ladurée for perfect french macarons, or Mr Fogg’s Society of Exploration for dreamy cocktails.
What are your favourite Covent Garden spots?