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St Martins Lane
Covent Garden
London

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With stunning, innovative design within Covent Garden, St Martinís Lane boasts spacious, chic rooms with designer furniture and London views. Guests can exercise in the largest hotel gym in Europe. The unique, designer rooms feature striking floor-to-ceiling windows and custom-made Philippe Starck furniture. Each room features incredible interactive light installations and a flat-screen HD TV. With laser-lit dance studios, hip-hop belly dancers, and cage fighters, Gymbox at St. Martinís Lane offers guests a unique workout experience. There is an Olympic-sized boxing ring, nightly DJs, and free gym laundry facilities. Free bicycle rental is also available. The acclaimed Asia de Cuba restaurant boasts a modern fusion menu in stylish surroundings. The vibrant Light Bar serves creative cocktails. Interactive light displays create a stunning atmosphere, and some evenings feature top resident DJs. Charing Cross Station is just a 5-minute walk away, while Covent Garden Market and The Royal Opera House are also just 5 minutesí walk away. Leicester Square is less than 10 minutesí walk away, and Trafalgar Square is 5 minutes away on foot.

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