Damon DeGraff

Covent Garden Hotel

with Damon DeGraff www.dgimanagement.com
  • Where:London

  • Why:Business

  • When:April 2013

  • Who:Solo

from $---

Highs & Lows

  • Located in a great area. Surrounded by interesting boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars.

  • 48 persons screening room: Nice.

  • High Tea = Definitely take advantage of this. Makes one appreciate “tea time”.

  • Drawing Room/Library with log burning fireplaces: What better way to catch up on emails or relax after a long day of shopping and work than having a glass of wine in front of a toasty fireplace.

  • Amazing artwork by Mimmo Paladino: Displayed in the Blue Room & Events Lobby. Made my walk to the gym feel like I was in an art gallery.

  • TVs in the rooms could be bigger.

The Barometer

  • Design

  • Website

  • Life Changing

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Overall Value

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Stealable Stuff

  • Refer a Friend

Total: 18/50

Important Bits

  • Type


  • Vibe

    A quirky, modern take on traditional English style.

  • Location

    The theater district – stones throw away from the Royal Opera House and Soho.

  • Rooms

    58 Rooms

  • Music


  • Year Opened

    1996 but the building dates back to the 1890’s when it operated as a French hospital.

  • Designed By

    Kit Kemp

  • Pool/Gym

    Pool: No Gym: Yes

  • Restaurant

    Yes – Brasserie Max.

  • Bar


  • Wifi


  • Children

    Should probably think about leaving them with the sitter.

  • Price

    A bit pricey, but worth the experience.

Fox Hall

20 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LG, UK

La Bodega Negra

9 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JF, UK

Monmouth Coffee Company

27 Monmouth St, London WC2H 9EU, UK

Covent Garden Hotel

10 Monmouth St, London WC2H 9HB, UK

Must Bring

More AHL

Scottsdale, Arizona

The Saguaro Scottsdale

by Lauren O'Keefe

Get A Room from ---

Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal

L’AND Vineyards

by Pia Riverola

Barcelona, Spain

Soho House Barcelona

by Polina Sova

Tulum, Mexico


by Molly McCorkle

load more
from $