The Den, located at St. Martins Lane Boutique Hotel in London, is the perfect place to sip a cup of tea or enjoy light snacks and champagne with friends.
Eat & Drink at Den, Boutique Hotel London - St Martins Lane Hotel
Welcome to The Den, a classically British, oak-panelled snug at St Martins Lane.
It's the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea, curl up with a book, play a game of backgammon or catch up with friends over a Gin & Tonic.
An ideal meeting place in the heart of Covent Garden, The Den’s laid back atmosphere is complemented by comfortable leather sofas and warm lighting.
A series of surreal and playful art pieces riffed on classic British scenarios also adorn the walls, bringing the room to life with a touch of British eccentricity.
For those in the mood for something stronger, the bar team has created a special Gin & Tonic menu, inspired by the off-kilter artwork on the walls with each drink reflecting an element of the portraits.
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Perhaps it was the early kick off time, or the fact it was Boxing Day, but there were very few home supporters around.
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the Den?
With 2 goals in 50-odd games for Wolves, when he shaped up to shoot, few people, myself included, expected the ball to fly into the top corner.
The thought of spending 12 hours on Boxing Day travelling to, watching, and travelling back from, Millwall v Wolves might not be to everyone’s taste, but I enjoyed it.
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M Restaurant Victoria Street; is a multifaceted award winning restaurant in Victoria London, very much leading the trend of new high quality restaurants opening in SW1.
Shortlisted as Best New Restaurant 2016 in the Restaurant Magazine Awards, M Restaurant houses a world class M Grill dining room, a 100% gluten-free M Raw restaurant, public and private members bars, private dining, event spaces and a wine tasting room, all of which one enters via M Wine Store.
Chef Michael Reid, who is a regular face on British TV screens, trained at both Le Gavroche and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay returned from Melbourne to the London restaurant scene to open M Victoria Street.
Michael worked closely with celebrity chef Shannon Bennet in his award winning Vue de Monde restaurant and in opening Jardin Tan.
M Restaurant is conveniently located just a short walk from Victoria Station, Apollo Victoria Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre.
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Covent Garden Boutique Hotel in London - St Martins Lane Hotel
Located in the bustling Theatre district in London’s Covent Garden, St Martins Lane, is a dramatic and daring evolution on English luxury.
This boutique hotel retains all the youthful, unexpected charm of a London hideaway, at the very heart of the energetic West End.
The décor is warm and sophisticated with a tongue-in-cheek British flair – even the art on the walls is irreverent, animating the space with larger-than-life portraits and visual puns.
During your stay, you can also enjoy an invigorating workout at Gymbox Covent Garden, London’s most unorthodox fitness experience or go for a striking new look at London's finest hairdressers at the neighbouring Jones & Payne salon.
Valet parking also available at £5 per transfer.
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We entered around 6:45am, shortly after the lounge had opened.
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