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About Royal Opera House

Situated in Covent Garden, the Royal Opera House is a major performing arts and home of The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera, and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Built in 1732 and often referred to as “Covent Garden”, it famously staged Handel's first season of operas in 1735. Many of his operas and oratorios were specifically written for and premiered at the Royal Opera House.

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Accommodation near Royal Opera House

Fielding Hotel

Sleeps 50 in 0 rooms

The Fielding Hotel is situated opposite the Royal Opera House in the heart of Central London. With free WiFi this 19th-century hotel is 5...
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Hotel Strand Continental - Hostel is in the heart of London, walking distance from King's College...
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The Henrietta Hotel

Sleeps 36 in 0 rooms

With a stay at The Henrietta Hotel in London (City of Westminster), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Covent Garden Market and London...
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One Aldwych

Sleeps 210 in 0 rooms

One Aldwych Hotel has brilliant contemporary interiors, two fabulous restaurants, friendly professional service, an original art...
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Me London

Sleeps 314 in 0 rooms

ME London is a luxury 5-star hotel promising exquisite accommodation and attentive service, in the heart of the city. Highlights include a...
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The Waldorf Hilton

Sleeps 596 in 0 rooms

Explore London’s West End from The Waldorf Hilton hotel in Theatreland, 5 minutes’ walk from fantastic shopping in Covent Garden. Dine in...
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Royal Opera House is 0.2km from the centre of Covent Garden , the nearest airport 19.1km (London City Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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