Henrietta Hotel, between Samuel Scott and Catherine Clive

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Henrietta Hotel, between Samuel Scott and Catherine Clive

In the heart of Covent Garden, Henrietta Street hasn't lost its old-world charm, while welcoming many artists and famous publishers.

A cultural and food lovers' meeting point, Henrietta Street has been immersed in the rich history of Covent Garden since 1634. It is on this very street that Jane Austen regularly visited her brother Henry as well as where Victor Gollancz reviewed George Orwell's biography before its publication. Birthplace of literary arts and crafts, Henrietta Street has preserved its Anglo-Dutch blushing brick facades.
Head to numbers 14 and 15 for a lovely night at Hotel Henrietta, in one of the 18 modern, refined and cosy rooms conceived by interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon. Between restaurants, shops and award-winning museums, the hotel is truly a holiday destination, inspired by the surrounding streets. Fabrics, marble, rugs and headboards are handcrafted with utmost care.

Henrietta Hotel
14-15 Henrietta Street
London WC2E 8QH

+44 (0) 20 3794 5313

www.henriettahotel.com

Rooms: from 204 GBP