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Looking to host a team away day? Need somewhere for a workshop? We’ve got lots of spaces for you across our Holborn hotel.
Right in the middle of Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Bloomsbury, you’re never far from anything — especially with the tube on the doorstep. Midtown, as the locals now call it, has plenty of bars and restaurants to check out, hidden green spaces to get lost in, and shops to go wild for.
Neal’s YardWonderfully whimsical, Neal’s Yard is a sleepy technicolour courtyard tucked away within Seven Dials, with a handful of great eateries.
British MuseumThe ultimate rainy day destination, you can easily, happily lose hours in the British Museum perusing two million years of human history and culture.
The Monocle CaféArguably one of the most stylish places to grab a coffee in central London. The Monocle Cafe, of Monocle magazine prowess, is a cool spot for a caffeine hit. Its black and white striped awning is hot Instagram fodder too, seen on many a Londoner’s feed.
Historic London streetsVisit the streets where notable Britons resided: Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist in his house on Doughty Street, whilst pioneer of the Arts and Crafts Movement, William Morris lived at 8 Red Lion Square.
London Transport MuseumLearn all about the underground, the art of the tube map and all sorts of other cool London facts at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden.