An elegant four-star hotel, nestled between Georgian townhouses and the British Museum. The Montague on the Gardens Hotel affords guests a relaxing haven to escape the chaos of London, whether visiting on business or leisure. This classically restored hotel was part of a row of terraced homes built in 1815, some of which now form part of the British Museum. The hotel itself was bought by the Red Carnation Hotel Group, transformed into a four-star deluxe property in 2001, and today is one of those unique establishments that manages to blend old-world charm with all the sophistication of a modern hotel. A short walk to the south, lie the narrow streets of Soho and Covent Garden, and the West End theatres clustered around Shaftesbury Avenue. For exploring the rest of the city, the nearest underground station is just a few minutes away, and connects travellers to anywhere in the city, including Heathrow and Gatwick airports.