a world of experience

Come with us to an ever-changing place that always feels innovative; a place where world-class luxury brands choose as a showcase, and chefs look to bring new ideas.

Where you can sip the first coffee of the day and watch the world go by from your favourite table, spend afternoons browsing the finest boutiques, and have London’s most prestigious stage to call your own. To live here as a true local.

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Petersham Nurseries

Floral Court is the perfect setting to bring the Petersham Nurseries experience to Covent Garden, using the courtyard as a natural focal point. Linking King Street and Floral Street, Floral Court is an oasis where the Petersham Shop, Cellar, Delicatessen, florist, and their two restaurants - The Petersham and La Goccia - offer year-round greenery, dining, and calm.

extraordinary homes for extraordinary brands

Covent Garden is a natural home for contemporary luxury. Stretching over 1 million square feet, its transformation in recent years has seen this destination unfold to become a place where brands give us the most extraordinary experiences.

The Petersham
The Petersham
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The Petersham
Dine with the view of Floral Court amongst a botanical emporium in The Petersham
La Goccia
La Goccia
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La Goccia
The pass is always bustling with life, with artisan cocktail preparation at La Goccia
The Petersham Deli
The Petersham Deli
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The Petersham Deli
The freshest Mediterranean inspired produce includes delicious bites and fresh coffee from the Petersham Deli
Balthazar
Balthazar
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Balthazar
NYC at home in Covent Garden, Balthazar’s service is legendary
Cora Pearl
Cora Pearl
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Cora Pearl
Even the draught beers are beautiful thanks to a green-tiled bar in the beautiful interiors of Cora Pearl
Oystermen
Oystermen
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Oystermen
Oystermen owners Matt Lovell and Rob Hampton and the daily haul resting on ice
Frenchie
Frenchie
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Frenchie
One of Paris’ favourite tables serving beautifully crafted food at Frenchie
J. Sheekey
J. Sheekey
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J. Sheekey
For the fruits de mer fix at J Sheekey and J Sheekey Atlantic Bar
Henrietta Hotel and Delaunay
Henrietta Hotel and Delaunay
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Henrietta Hotel and Delaunay
Spoiled for choice with the wonders of the Henrietta Hotel and the classic Delaunay
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a home for luxury brands

What better way to seal a stylish reputation than with London’s foremost concept store. The Shop at Bluebird has always been a leader of expertly delivered luxury and lifestyle, and the 19th century Carriage Hall is a stunning backdrop for over 100 brands including Isabel Marant, Victoria Beckham, Alexander McQueen and Chloé.

heartbeat day or night

When you want a continuously changing scene, Covent Garden gives you a feature film. Seasonal pop-ups pepper the streets, led by leading chefs, mixologists, and creatives.

To be here in the midst of this exciting culinary corner is to enjoy the very best of London’s dining scene, part of every new opening, or at home in a place you’ve loved for decades.

Petersham Nurseries
Petersham Nurseries
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Petersham Nurseries
The breath-taking interior of Petersham Nurseries and their wares
The Shop at Bluebird
The Shop at Bluebird
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The Shop at Bluebird
The Carriage Hall is the perfect backdrop for high-end concept store The shop at Bluebird, where amazing high-end fashion and homeware collections rotate regularly.
Tom Ford
Tom Ford
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Tom Ford
The beauty quarter at Covent Garden is defined by Tom Ford's flagship
Burberry / Paul Smith
Burberry / Paul Smith
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Burberry / Paul Smith
Celebrating the best of British fashion with luxury brands Burberry and the original home of Paul Smith
Tiffany & Co / Bucherer
Tiffany & Co / Bucherer
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Tiffany & Co / Bucherer
Covent Garden is a fitting home for luxury jewelers Tiffany & Co. and Bucherer
Chanel / Linda Farrow
Chanel / Linda Farrow
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Chanel / Linda Farrow
From Chanel’s iconic beauty line to covetable Linda Farrow sunglasses, Covent Garden has it all
Joseph Cheaney / Nigel Cabourn
Joseph Cheaney / Nigel Cabourn
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Joseph Cheaney / Nigel Cabourn
Henrietta Street is the go-to for luxury menswear, with handmade Joseph Cheaney shoes and Nigel Cabourn
Penhaligons
Penhaligons
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Penhaligons
History, tradition and sensorial journeys in one at the quintessentially British perfumers Penhaligons
The Real McCoys/Daniel Wellington
The Real McCoys/Daniel Wellington
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The Real McCoys / Daniel Wellington
Real McCoys menswear nods to 50’s Americana, whilst Daniel Wellington channels Swedish minimalism
Kent and Curwen/ Mulberry
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Kent and Curwen/ Mulberry
Anglomania class from patron David Beckham in Kent and Curwen and iconic Mulberry
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updating a classic icon

The Royal Opera House is home to the Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera. And the Open Up project by Stanton Williams architects has created new entrances, a glazed extension, a new external terrace, and an opened-up area near the Covent Garden Piazza entrance for retail, that will all “bring a sense of the magic that is created each night on stage, to the public areas of the building.”