The Fielding Hotel is situated in a charming pedestrian street that still retains its 19th century gas lamps, just opposite the Royal Opera House, it is a haven of peace and quiet in the midst of bustling Covent Garden which, with its pubs, markets, restaurants, shops and street entertainment, is one of London s liveliest areas.
Central to all the West End, theatres and cinemas, it is also within walking distance of the British Museum to the north, the Thames and Southbank Arts Centre with its concert halls, theatres, museum and gallery to the south, and to the west, Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery, itself close to Buckingham Palace and Westminster. Other places of entertainment and historical interest abound in all directions. The Fielding Hotel is also ideally placed for the legal profession being only a short walk from the Royal Courts of Justice, the legal nerve centre of the capital. And for the business person, a little further east lies the heart of London s financial and business activities, the City.
Please note the hotel has no elevator and may prove unsuitable for persons with mobility difficulties.
The hotel do have rooms that are located on the lower ground floor.
From the exit of Covent Garden tube station, turn right.
On your left you will see the Nags Head Public House, turn left into Floral Street.
A few minutes walk, you will reach Bow Street.
Turn left for the pedestrian crossing, once over, you will see the statue of the ballerina, which is the entrance to Broad Court.
The Fielding Hotel is halfway down on the right hand side.
You can check in from 13:00. You need to check out by 11:00.