20 Mercer Street
Covent Garden
London  WC2H 9HD  United Kingdom
LAT: 51.514017 LONG: -0.127094
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The quintessential Covent Garden rendezvous, the newly transformed Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street effortlessly blends with the boutique appeal of its neighbourhood.

A landmark in Seven Dials village, this is a chic retreat on the doorstep of London’s most celebrated theatres. Hip as the streets that surround it, with a bar and restaurant alive with locals, this place feels real, relaxed and rooted in its community.

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Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel

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Thu 04/24/2014 to Fri 04/25/2014
From GBP £263.00 per night
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The four star Mercer Street Hotel (formerly Mountbatten) stands at the apex of Seven Dials in Covent Garden, with Soho, Trafalgar Square, Oxford Street and Leicester Square on your doorstep.  This luxury hotel is close to theatreland, the Royal Opera House, and the huge number of bars and restaurants in Covent Garden.  

Local Landmarks and Attractions
Covent Garden, Royal Opera House, West End theatres, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, National Gallery, Charing Cross Road, Soho clubs, bars and music venues, British Museum.

Insider London
Morning: Never mind the tourist traps in the old Covent Garden market, spend your time around Neal Street (don't miss the Cheese Shop in Neal's Yard) and Floral Street where Paul Smith sets the tone. Hip, happening fashion everywhere.

Noon: St. Martin-in-the-Fields is London's most loved parish church - a masterpiece by James Gibbs. Refresh your spirit. Step inside at lunchtime for a Bach or Mozart recital and if you enjoy this, check out St. John's in Smith Square.

Night: You are in Soho to bar hop. Start at the bustling White Horse in Marshall Street, then head West to the three big streets - Dean, Frith and Greek. Finish at the scruffy, noisy Dive Bar under the Kings Head in Gerrard Street. Eat late.

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