Just minutes from Covent Garden and the Thames, this central London hotel has been welcoming guests since 1909. Beneath today’s contemporary décor you’ll find fascinating stories and some original Art Deco touches. It's fantastic location means you're only a short stroll from London's best theatres and restaurants.
This hotel is in a fantastic location for your theatre break, within walking distance from the West End Theatre district. With the completion of a refurbishment, all the guest rooms and public areas have been transformed into a stylish hub to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.
With WiFi and flat-screen TVs throughout, Strand Palace would now be unrecognisable to guests from when it was first built in the Edwardian era. But links with the past still remain: a few Art Deco touches are visible inside and outside the building; guests from the war years still return to relive their memories. Outside, the Strand remains a buzzing focal point of West End life, just as it was in 1909.
The Strand Palace offers a range of facilities, from fantastic bars and restaurants perfect for pre or post theatre dining, to the on-site gym.
Under 6 minutes walk from Charing Cross Station and Covent Garden Station (Piccadilly line) and under 10 minutes walk from Embankment Station (Circle, District, Northern and Bakerloo lines).
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The new and generously sized guest rooms provide plenty of space to unwind and superb levels of comfort. With comfortable furnishings and individually controlled air conditioning, they are a wonderful place in which to relax at the end of the day after a visit to the Theatre.
Food & Drink
With a passion for provenance and a focus on impeccably sourced, top-quality ingredients, Haxells Restaurant and Bar has something for everyone. You’ll find the menu is full of modern British dishes, served within a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere. Enjoy dishes such as the Haxells burger, superfood salad, Hawaiian salmon poke bowl and to finish, chocolate cake with honeycomb ice cream.