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Henrietta Hotel Covent Garden
Henrietta Hotel Covent Garden

Henrietta Hotel

Located in the heart of Covent Garden, Henrietta is an intimate 18-room boutique hotel which opened in May 2017. The sister hotel to the Experimental Group's Grand Pigalle in Paris, it has been expertly designed by Dorothée Meilichzon.

A bold history rich in art, literature and music, Henrietta Street dates back to 1634 noting painter Samuel Scott and actress Kitty Clive as former residents.

Henrietta Hotel & Restaurant combines two townhouses at numbers 14 & 15 Henrietta Street; both with their own varied histories. No. 14 Henrietta Street once housed the office of Victor Gollancz Ltd, who published George Orwell, Kingsley Amis and John Le Carré among others. No. 15 Henrietta Street, designed by HE Pollard, is an Anglo-Dutch style featuring red brick and terracotta.

Today, The Henrietta Hotel & Restaurant at 14-15 Henrietta Street is an exceptional location where guests are invited to stay in bedrooms, dine in the restaurant or drink at the bar.

The Rooms

Inspired by the surrounding streets of Covent Garden with a nod to Italian design, the 18 bedrooms & suites of The Henrietta Hotel are each unique, combining fabric panels, marble, carpet and hand built bedheads. Among the many services, guests are treated with 24-hour room service and mini bars carefully stocked with our favourite products, including house made cocktails.

The Experimental Group has partnered with Michelin-starred chef Ollie Dabbous to open a new destination restaurant Henrietta, in the much-anticipated Henrietta Hotel. Situated across the ground and first floors of the hotel, it will feature a simple and seasonal menu with a subtle nod to France.

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