One Aldwych, London's cultured, independent hotel, is set in Covent Garden among smart boutiques, vibrant restaurants, and thrilling theatres. The newly refurbished interiors are richly layered, sophisticated and modern, creating an inspiring atmosphere. The bedrooms and suites reflect the style of an elegant residence and the best of British design, with every detail carefully considered and finished to the highest quality. The hotel is renowned for its iconic Lobby Bar and two stylish restaurants offering exquisite dining and drinks. The Health Club offers state-of-the-art equipment in the 24-hour gym, a stunning 60-foot chlorine-free swimming pool, a sauna, and a steam room, as well as three treatment rooms. A warm welcome awaits from a team of individuals delivering brilliant service with a friendly smile.
Showcasing innovative food, courtesy of Executive Chef Dominic Teague, the Indigo menu incorporates the finest seasonal ingredients carefully sourced from the British Isles, and also happens to be entirely dairy and gluten free. While the menu has an undeniably healthy appeal, it also features substantial dishes to satisfy the heartiest of appetites.
Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar showcases renowned Spanish Chef Eneko Atxa’s fresh modern Basque dishes in a glamorous, dining destination.
The classic British pastime of afternoon tea has been turned on its head at One Aldwych. Indulge your inner child and adventure into the magical, mouth-watering world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with an enchanting afternoon tea – inspired by Roald Dahl’s iconic story.
Alive from early morning meetings and light lunches to evening aperitifs and after-hours nightcaps, the Lobby Bar at One Aldwych is a London institution – a dynamic Covent Garden drinking destination for exquisitely crafted signature cocktails and all-day bar bites. Take in the bright, buzzy atmosphere of one of London's most celebrated hotel bars beneath soaring ceilings, offbeat objets d’art and sleek art nouveau curves.
The private guest lounge, The Library has an all-day menu, daily newspapers and a selection of books by design publisher Rizzoli, chosen by British designer Paul Smith.