The quintessential Covent Garden rendezvous, the newly transformed Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street effortlessly blends with the boutique appeal of its neighbourhood.
A landmark in Seven Dials village, this is a chic retreat on the doorstep of London’s most celebrated theatres, its beautifully designed rooms equipped with next-generation technology. Hip as the streets that surround it, with a bar and restaurant alive with locals, this place feels real, relaxed and rooted in its community.
137 air conditioned bedrooms bring comfort and style together beautifully. Calming, muted shades, tactile fabrics and original art both soothe and stimulate, while interactive, all-in-one guest technology brings your iPod, iPad, iPhone and DVDs seamlessly to your TV screen.
Larger deluxe rooms include extra work space and a spacious seating area, and high speed wireless is complimentary throughout. For added peace of mind, access to bedroom floors is by room key only.
Standard bedrooms Within each room you will also find an iron, in room safe, complimentary water and tea and coffee making facilities. You will also find a turn down service and bathrobes in standard rooms. Access to bedroom floors is by room key only.
Deluxe bedrooms King deluxe bedrooms are more spacious, with a king size bed and a seating area. Within each deluxe room you will also find a turn down service, mini fridge and bathrobes.
Studio Rooms With an average 345 square feet (32 square metres), our spacious studio rooms are perfect for longer stays and weekend breaks. Studio rooms come with a king bed, lounge area and advanced apple technology so you can connect your iPod, iPad or iPhone to the television.
Luxury suites The Mercer Street's eight luxury suites overlook fashionable Seven Dials with marble bathrooms and triple aspect windows to provide a calm glamorous environment to unwind in. Relax with your favourite music and films with the latest Apple technology and a separate dressing room.
Disabled bedrooms 2 bedrooms suitable for visually impaired guests and 1 room suitable for hearing impaired guests. Unfortunately we do not have bedrooms with wheelchair access.
Business Class Travelling on business? Our Business Class rooms make doing business a pleasure. Cutting-edge technology is featured in every room, while interiors bring together a blend of contemporary, classic style and comfort. An unrivalled choice of modern meeting rooms and a range of stylish bars and restaurants across London create the perfect environment for all your business needs.
Complimentary wireless Internet access
Complimentary web printing service available throughout the hotel
Analogue and digital phones
Direct dial telephone numbers
'In hotel' mobile phones are available on request
Check-in, Check-out Check-in from 3.00pm onwards and check-out by 11 am. Early and late check-in is subject to availability and an additional fee. Our concierge can look after your luggage.
The heart of the hotel, Dial is about shared experience – from the bar’s delectable small plates to the comfort and conviviality of the restaurant. Here, modern European dishes of impeccable provenance are prepared with market-fresh British produce, while the fragrant spices of the bar’s meze menu hint at the old Covent Garden market’s more exotic wares.
A hub at the heart of Seven Dials, this is a chic urban eatery without an ounce of pretension.
Stupendous Afternoon Tea
Just opposite the Cambridge Theatre, Dial Bar is perfect for pre-show afternoon tea before taking your seats for Matilda the Musical, and with tea-time treats like Ludicrously Lovely Lemon Loaf Cake, Tremendously Terrific trifle and Fantastic Fondue, it'll bring out the sweet tooth in you whatever your age.
Stupendous Afternoon Tea is served daily exclusively in Dial Bar from 2-5pm, and every child takes home a complimentary copy of Roald Dahl’s much-loved classic.
Afternoon Tea served at Dial Bar in Covent Garden - view the menu as a PDF file.