One Aldwych

Rated 9.1 in 169 reviews. 102 rooms.

★★★★★

Centrally located in Covent Garden, One Aldwych offers 5-star luxury accommodation, superb restaurants and a health club. This English Heritage Edwardian property is a 5-minute walk from Covent Garden Underground Station.

One Aldwych’s recently refurbished contemporary bedrooms have Bluetooth accessible speakers and fresh flowers which are delivered daily. The sleek en-suite shower rooms have Mitchell and Peach toiletries provided. There is complimentary WiFi access throughout the hotel.

The hotel’s ultra-modern facilities include a swimming pool with underwater music, luxury steam and sauna rooms and a state-of-the-art 24-hour gym. There are also 3 treatment rooms where guests may enjoy a range of relaxing treatments from Natura Bissé and OSKIA.

Indigo restaurant serves modern British cuisine in a relaxed setting. The Indigo menu is entirely dairy and gluten free. Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar showcases renowned chef Eneko Atxa’s inventive interpretation of traditional Basque dishes.

Lounge at One, the private guest lounge has an all-day menu, daily newspapers and a selection of books by design publisher Rizzoli, chosen by British designer Paul Smith. The Lobby Bar serves inventive cocktails whilst the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory afternoon tea is an indulgent treat.

Spa Facilities

  • Massage
  • Indoor pool
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near One Aldwych

  1. Somerset House

    Celebrate Christmas in style at the Somerset House ice rink – with late night skate sessions followed by mulled wine and cocktails. See the rest of our Christmas Culture Guide here: bit.ly/TXlFnd

    136 m from hotel
    Strand

  2. The Delaunay

    Sit back with an afternoon cup of Earl Grey and crumpets. On the go? In addition to a la carte dining, passersby can stop for hot bacon sandwiches and frankfurters at a take-out counter.

    162 m from hotel
    55 Aldwych

  3. London Transport Museum

    This museum houses more than 80 vehicles including the first tubes, horse-drawn trams and the earliest motorised buses, plus iconic posters from the last 100 years.

    195 m from hotel
    Covent Garden Piazza

  4. Royal Opera House

    While its star performances can be sold out within hours, in the summer you can watch its performances live in squares around London!

    248 m from hotel
    Bow St

  5. Covent Garden Market

    The market is bustling with shoppers, tourists and performers on the weekend. Except for the many restaurants and cafes, there is also the famous Royal Opera.

    255 m from hotel
    The Piazza

  6. Apple Covent Garden

    Yeah, it looks all shiny now, but go back 230 years and you'd be watching graverobbed corpses being dissected by the Hunter brothers. How quickly people forget.

    313 m from hotel
    No. 1-7 The Piazza

  7. Porterhouse

    Bang in central London, you have to get there early to get a seat for 6 Nations Rugby viewing but there is such a good vibe it’s worth it.

    346 m from hotel
    21-22 Maiden Ln

  8. Hawksmoor Seven Dials

    Hawksmoor Seven Dials is that rarest of things: An instant classic. What a menu, and the staff and atmosphere are a joy.

    0.5 km from hotel
    11 Langley St

  9. The Harp

    Love My Local Badge: сheck in The Harp 3 times also don't worry.

    0.5 km from hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  10. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    0.7 km from hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  11. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.0 km from hotel
    Great Russell St

  12. Tate Modern

    The Bankside Power Station was built as a ‘cathedral of power’ in 1963, but closed in 1981. It reopened as one of Europe’s finest modern art galleries in 2000. The Turbine Hall is 35m high.

    1.4 km from hotel
    53 Bankside