Will you love Charing Cross? Our local guide

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Typical London houses

Find out a general overview of the area using Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Charing Cross is a junction in Westminster, London, England, where six routes meet. Since the early 19th century, Charing Cross has been the notional “centre of London” and became the point from which distances from London are measured. Clockwise from north, the routes that meet at Charing Cross are: the east side of Trafalgar Square leading to St Martin’s Place and then Charing Cross Road; the Strand leading to the City; Northumberland Avenue leading to the Thames Embankment; Whitehall leading to Parliament Square; The Mall leading to Admiralty Arch and Buckingham Palace; and two short roads leading to Pall Mall. “

The amenities you might need in Charing Cross

Below is a list of the places you may want to check out if the area of Charing Cross. This can really help you out when you are moving to an area or neighbourhood.

Schools in and around the area of Charing Cross

Having a nearby school is a plus when moving. Below are schools located by Charing Cross. This table is especially important to pay attention to if you are trying to find a place for your child to learn in the next few years.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
City Lit 1-10 Keeley Street, London 3.6 102
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 3.2 130
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.1 62
A Great Life Coach 75 Shelton Street, London 5 24
The Now Project Meeting Rooms, 14b Neal’s Yard, London 4.7 34
St Clement Danes Church of England Primary School Saint Clement Danes School, 118 Drury Lane, London 3.8 4
GAVIN THOMAS 2 nd, 47 Bedford Street, London N/A N/A
Academus Learning 43 Bedford Street, London N/A N/A
The London School of Figure Drawing 8 Hop Gardens, London N/A N/A
Skolar Education 42-43 Maiden Lane, London N/A N/A
Czech School without Borders 26-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London 5 1
Languages for Businesses 12A Royal Opera Arcade, London N/A N/A
VGVT Office 61/15, 4th cross, 2nd main Basappa layout, Gavipuram Extn Hanumantha nagar Bangalore N/A N/A
Forward Academic Team Wellington Street, London N/A N/A
The London School of Painting and Drawing Maria Assumpta Centre, Heythrop College, 23 Kensington Square, London W8 5HN. Registered Office Address:, 1 Lancaster Place, London 5 3
Turtles Nursery, Covent Garden 36 Endell Street, London 4.4 14
escola de governo rua c-135 esq. com c-149 N/A N/A
Creative Education Trust 67-68 Long Acre, London 1.7 6
Dukes Education 14 Waterloo Place, London 3.5 8
Pure Soho Ltd Hammer House, 113-117 Wardour Street, London 4.3 7

Tube & Train stations in and around Charing Cross

Most want transit less than a 15 minute walk from home. We put together train and tube stations in Charing Cross to help find the optimal area for you. It could be that you don’t mind walking or it could be that public transport is necessary for you to get around.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Charing Cross Strand, London 4.1 615
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Embankment United Kingdom 4.3 327
Charing Cross London 4.2 207
Leicester Square Square Station Underground Ltd, Leicester, Cranbourn Street, London 4.3 569
Covent Garden Underground Ltd, Long Acre, London 4.3 532
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus, London 4.5 2005
Temple Underground Ltd, Temple Station, Victoria Embankment, London 4.1 103
Westminster Underground Ltd, Westminster Station, Bridge Street, London 4.5 937
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Waterloo York Road, London 4.3 482

Post offices in Charing Cross

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Charing Cross branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Regent Street St. James’s Post Office (Ryman) 11 Regent Street Saint James’s, London 4.9 2607
Aldwych Post Office 95 Aldwych, London 4.1 188
Break Point Ltd T/A The Convenience Store 71 New Oxford Street, London 2.7 11
Robert Dyas The Strand 393, QueensLand House, Strand, London 4.2 27
Holborn Post Office 181 High Holborn, London 4.4 470
The Courier Co 15 Ingestre Place, London 5 2
Strand Post Office (Robert Dyas) QueensLand House, 393 Strand, London 4.7 160
Postbox 6 Suffolk Place, London 0 0
New Oxford Street Post Office 71-75 New Oxford Street, London 3.5 188
Royal Mail Post Box 1 Birdcage Walk, London 0 0
Post office box 14, St. James’s, London 0 0
Post Box Great Russell Street, London 0 0

Health amenities that are in Charing Cross

Charing Cross has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Pera Medical Services 8 Northumberland Avenue, London N/A N/A
Sinusoothe Ltd 60 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Midtown Wellness 7 Henrietta Street, London 5 180
Litmus MME 151 Shaftesbury Avenue, London N/A N/A
Third Space Soho 67 Brewer Street, London 4.8 1188
St Giles Medical Ltd Saint Giles High Street, London 5 1
Medicspot Clinic Holborn 41 Bloomsbury Way, London N/A N/A
FERRAMED 81 Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
DIAMOND HEALTH INTERNATIONAL Bupa Cromwell Hospital, London 4 1
Simas Andador Londres ndador Londres Exterior Number, State of, Centro Urbano N/A N/A
Zerenia Clinic House 7, 10 Savoy Hill, London 4.2 84
Cp Casey Maude Hall Office, London N/A N/A
IHIK Foundation 71, 75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Slay Fitness Store 77 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
EI Congresses & Communications UK Ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
RY Clinic 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Rayca Precision 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Clinica Londres clinica, London N/A N/A
Elevate Health Clinic Until, 111, Charing Cross Road, London 5 98
Dr Wells Aesthetics Until, 111 Charing Cross Road, London 5 25

In Charing Cross, what are some things we love?

What makes the heart of Charing Cross? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs, gym that exist in Charing Cross to help you decide to move in there.

What are the range of supermarkets like?

Finally we wouldn’t like to let you down on where to do your grocery shopping in Charing Cross. Although solutions like Ocado, Amazon or other delivery services can be a great replacement, knowing if a grocery store is nearby the place you are about to live in is a big plus. Please find below the grocery stores in Charing Cross.

We weren’t able to find any supermarket in this area. If we were wrong, tell us in the comments the name and address of your local supermarket or grocery store. We’ll amend this page

Gyms in Charing Cross

In Charing Cross, using the public parks is not for everyone. Finding out if you are able to attend a local gym or leisure centre nearby may be a good idea if you are trying to move to the area perhaps for permanent residency.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Oasis Sports Centre 32 Endell Street, London 4.3 788
Virgin Active Shell-Mex House, 80 Strand, London 4.3 299
YMCA Club 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 168
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 4.3 130
Fitness First 6 Bedford Street, London 4.3 345
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.3 62
Jubilee Hall Gym 30 The Piazza, London 4.3 111
Covent Garden Physiotherapy Ground Floor, Durham House, 1 Durham House Street, London 4.3 46
Nordic Balance St James’s | Gym & Physiotherapy 7-9 Babmaes Street, London 4.3 180
Body Control Pilates 35 Little Russell Street, London 4.3 36
The Gym Group London Charing Cross 17-21 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 227
Digme Fitness Covent Garden 4-10 Tower Street, London 4.3 150
The Health Club at One Aldwych One Aldwych Hotel, 1 Aldwych, Covent Garden, London 4.3 16
ENHANCED PERFORMANCE Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 N/A
PureGym London Piccadilly – Upgrade Coming Soon! Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 340
3 St James’s Square 3 Saint James’s Square, London 4.3 6
CryoAction Limited 71-75 Shelton Street, London 4.3 1
The Louisa Drake Method Until, Unit 111 Charing Cross Road, London 4.3 7
Jon Mortimer PT Mayfair 21 Piccadilly, London 4.3 35
Health Club at The Dilly 21 Piccadilly, London 4.3 18

Public houses of Charing Cross

As Londoners, at Cozee we are deeply attached to our weekly attendance to our local pub. Why should you be different in the place where you are going to live? That is why we have been testing and reviewing all the pubs in Charing Cross. As a matter of fact, we didn’t… But we would have loved to. Here is then the list of the greatest pubs of Charing Cross

Pub name Name Address Description
Admiralty 66 Trafalgar Square London WC2N 5DS This is a spectacular and busy Fuller’s Ale & Pie format conversion of a former whisky bar, themed on HMS Victory and opened by the First Sea Lord on Trafalgar Day 2014. It is London’s most central pub, being just 50 metres from the King Charles I statue from which all distances from the capital are measured, and it has a great view over Trafalgar Square.
Champagne Charlie’s 17 The Arches, Villiers Street London WC2N 6NG Established in 1870 and named after a famous Victorian music hall song. Situated underneath Charing Cross mainline station, this is a Davy’s traditional ale and port house with candle-lit tables and sawdust floors. In usual Davy’s style, it opens out from an unassuming stairway into a Tardis-like space of alcoves, hidey-holes and private rooms. The sole Real Ale is their own-branded ‘Old Wallop’ (thought to be Shep’s Spitfire) which is served in tankards, or half-gallon copper jugs for the really thirsty! Food includes pub grub standards but there is also a cheese board; and sharing platters.
Chandos 29 St. Martins Lane London WC2N 4ER Named the Bulls Head until it was rebuilt in 1885, the Chandos was enlarged to its present size in 1891. The attractive wood and stucco frontage is topped by a cooper working his craft on a balcony high up on the corner (see photo). The premises has been noted by Westminster Council as an unlisted building of merit. The ground floor has bare boards, polished woodwork, stained glass windows, secluded seating and a semi-enclosed area to the rear. Upstairs you can find the lounge, named the “Opera Room” after the English National Opera at the nearby London Coliseum, with its own servery for food and drinks and where families are welcome. The usual range of Sam Smith’s beverages are available including handpumped OBB. The menu offers traditional pub dishes at modest prices for the area. Patrons should note that there is a strict “no swearing” policy in Samuel Smith’s establishments. Also by decision of the brewery owner, customers may not use mobile phones (except for payments), laptops or similar inside the pub; tablets and iPads are prohibited inside or outside. The brewery’s policy is that its pubs are for social conversation person to person.
Halfway To Heaven 7 Duncannon Street London WC2N 4JF Welcoming to spenders of the pink pound and promoted as a gay bar by Stonegate. This pub is just off Trafalgar Square and opens into a dark wooden upstairs bar with a low ceiling at the back. By contrast, the downstairs room (not always open) is lighter, quieter and has plenty of seating. Rebuilt in 1931 as part of the development of South Africa House, it was originally the Duncannon, then the Lady Hamilton in the 1980s and received its present name in 1991. Entertainment downstairs in late afternoons and evenings 7 days of the week including cabaret & karaoke.
Harp 47 Chandos Place London WC2N 4HS The Harp for many years was first tenanted and then owned by the legendary Binnie Walsh, who ran it as a small, friendly, and independent free house with a large selection of well-kept ales and still ciders. Under her leadership it picked up numerous awards including in 2010 the ultimate accolade, CAMRA National Pub of the Year.
Kerridge’s Bar & Grill 10 Northumberland Avenue London WC2N 5AE This bar is within the Corinthia Hotel building but has its own entrance and is open from noon to anyone who wishes to have a drink or a snack. There is unreserved seating at the bar and, very unusually for a hotel bar, it stocks real ale. At date of writing two Rebellion ales are on offer plus Moor Raw. Plus, of course, keg beers and a wide range of spirits and cocktails, and a 600+ wine list. Bar snacks include chili hot dogs and scotch eggs and the bar menu runs all day. Note that this venue is within a top-end five-star international hotel and prices reflect the service and ambience; and a service charge is added to bills even if you are sitting at the bar.
Lemon Tree 4 Bedfordbury London WC2N 4BP It’s easy, but not recommended, to miss the Lemon Tree just off Chandos Place and next to the stage door of the Coliseum. It’s a small pub, with a first floor “secret lounge” providing some more room, dating back to around 1737, and Lemon Tree Yard adjacent used to be a lot larger with a successful coaching business into the 20th century. The pub is an old favourite with stagehands and musicians, as well as Coliseum-goers and locals. Five real ale handpumps dispense at least three different ales; three 1/3 pints are also served. This is a successful wet-led pub reported by its operator as a “business is based on standing customers drinking craft beer and craft gin and the results are very consistent”. The Lemon Tree site has been noted by Westminster Council as an unlisted building of merit.
Marquis 52 Chandos Place London WC2N 4HS A small, wedge-shaped pub near the Coliseum Theatre, the present building was rebuilt in 1843 to the design of Isaac Bird. Charles Dickens drank here during the years he was working to buy his family out of a debtors prison. An upstairs room with one ale handpump is available for dining or private hire. Food is served including traditional pub meals, smaller dishes, sharing platters, baguettes, salads, burgers, and a kids menu. Normally there are four real ales available, three of which change.
Princess of Wales 27 Villiers Street London WC2N 6ND This welcome retreat from Villiers Street has portraits and biographies of famous local residents on the walls of the ground-floor bar, including Alexandra, wife of Edward VII, after whom the pub was named (despite contrary information on the pub’s web-site). The upstairs “Rudyard Kipling Dining Lounge” has its own bar and street entrance. There are occasional “Meet the Brewer” evenings and Nicholson’s Beer Festivals. Be aware that after 8pm beer is only served in plastic containers due to the adjacency of Charing Cross railway station. The food offering includes some interesting starters plus pub classics, lunchtime sandwiches and toasties, and a kids menu. Last refurbed in 2023.
Round Table 26-27 St Martin’s Court London WC2N 4AL Rebuilt in 1894 and formerly a Younger’s outlet, this pub is popular with office workers, theatregoers and tourists alike. Fronting onto the pedestrianised St Martin’s Court, running between Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane, it can provide a welcome haven from the bustle of the West End. Up to three real ales are available and there is a menu of traditional pub dishes at prices reasonable for the area. The upstairs room serves as a restaurant or as a space for private functions.
Salisbury 90 St. Martin’s Lane London WC2N 4AP One of London’s Victorian pub gems, Grade II listed and included in CAMRA’s National Inventory. The pub sign shows the Marquess of Salisbury, Prime Minister three times in the late nineteenth century; his family once owned the pub’s freehold. The interior is quite spectacular with an island bar, cut and etched glass, large mirrors, and splendid Art Nouveau light fittings. One can discern some of the original divisions into smaller rooms, for example where the bar top changes from marble to hardwood. Surviving is one such partition forming a small snug at one end of the bar. At the other end, beyond the ornate staircase, is the Dining Room. There is disabled access to the pub but not to its toilets. Formerly a Nicholson’s, the pub has retained a good selection of real ales and offers a tempting menu. Service is generally efficient, even just before curtain-up at the several nearby theatres when the place can be quite crowded. Featured in the 1961 film “Victim”. From the same era, look out for the famous photograph of Marianne Faithful draped over one of the semicircular banquettes next to one of the almost as beautiful Nouveau lamps.
Sherlock Holmes 10 Northumberland Street London WC2N 5DB With Scotland Yard, various hotels on Northumberland Avenue, the Turkish baths enjoyed by the duo and other locations that feature in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories all close by, it is perhaps not so surprising to find a pub named after the (fictional, please be reminded!) detective so far away from his home in Baker Street. So it was here, in the former Northumberland Arms, that, in 1957, Whitbread chose to create their eponymous theme pub, complete with a replica of the 221b sitting room, preserving material rescued from the Holmes exhibition component of the 1951 Festival of Britain. Today this is a Greene King house and all but one of the ales on offer, including the house-badged Sherlock Holmes Ale and Watson’s Golden Ale, come from the GK/Morland range. The menu has a strong English emphasis, including such traditional dishes as bangers and mash, fish and chips and bread and butter pudding; breakfast is available from 8am. The main bar is spacious, airy and light, with bare wooden flooring, a variety of seating and decorated with Holmesean memorabilia. Upstairs has more of a period feel in the restaurant rooms and, viewable through a glass walls, the replica Holmes and Watson’s sitting room. There is a small roof terrace which is generally opened during the summer and otherwise sometimes on busy evenings. The local office worker regulars mix happily with awe-struck tourists who always make a point of photographing each other under the iconic image on the pub sign outside. For some real history, note that the pub featured in the 1969 short film “Under the Table You Must Go”, which was later included in the “Roll Out the Barrel” DVD of beer-related shorts. Note that no alcoholic beverages are served until 11am each day.
Ship & Shovell 1-3 Craven Passage London WC2N 5PH Attractive welcoming pub almost underneath Charing Cross Station, it is, perhaps uniquely (for London, at least), divided into two separate halves, these buildings facing each other across Craven Passage alleyway which runs between Villiers Street and Craven Street. Both were originally early Georgian terraced houses, later refaced and the interiors remodelled to suit their conversion to commercial premises. Despite being grade II listed in 1970, the original pub was under threat of demolition until bought by Hall & Woodhouse in 1997. The smaller bar opposite (not open all the time) was added in 1999: converted from an antiques shop, it has provided a snug and the upstairs Crows Nest room. In early 2017, the pub underwent a subtle refurbishment: most noticeably, the carpet was removed to expose an attractive wooden floor. The wonderful etched mirrors, engraved glass, polished brass, wood paneling and nautical pictures all remain, as do discreetly placed TVs for certain sporting events. As a tied house, the cask ales are all from the Badger range. Hot meals of classic pub food, smaller dishes and sandwiches are available at lunchtime and cold bar snacks in the evening when the main menu is not served. The lunchtime food offering includes Sunday roasts. NB it is reported that transactions are card-only, no cash accepted.
Theodore Bullfrog 26-30 John Adam Street London WC2N 6HL Post-war pub with a multi-level bar layout on a corner site just off Villiers Street. Previously part of Whitbread’s Beefeater chain. Originally licensed in 1690 as the St Martins Tavern and rebuilt in 1959, it was renamed the Gilbert & Sullivan for a while in the 1970s. Downstairs there’s an L-shaped bar in the far corner. On the first floor there’s a dining room, which can also be hired for private parties, etc. Pub fare is fairly typical e.g. pies, burgers and toasties, and bar snacks are available. There are two TV screens, and an eclectic range of background music is played at a reasonable volume. Comedy nights on Saturdays (booking needed and door charge). If you’re drinking outside after 6pm you may have to settle for a plastic glass. To compensate, there are ledges on the pavement side of the windows which are ideal for setting your pint down. If this pub is one of a number on your tour, do watch out for the steps just inside the entrance! Potential visitors should not be put off by this pub’s clunky name; it is a pleasant oasis of calm, away from the bustle of Strand and Charing Cross. As from 2019 Youngs operate this pub under a leasehold agreement. There are three ale handpumps including normally a guest ale that rotates monthly.
White Swan 14 New Row London WC2N 4LF Grade II listed building dating back to the 17th century, once a coaching house and mentioned by the diarist Samuel Pepys. An Irish-theme bar for many years, the pub was thoroughly refurbished and partly re-fitted as a traditional pub by Nicholson’s, opening in May 2012. There is now a light and airy 1st floor restaurant with table service, and the ground floor bar has been considerably lightened and improved compared with the old Mucky Duck – a dark traditional market pub. It does get busy, as does any pub in Covent Garden, and background music may be little overpowering at times. TVs show muted rolling news or sports. The White Swan was formerly a Hoare and Co. house, controlled by the bankers of Fleet Street, of the Red Lion Brewery with a reputation for stout and sparkling ales in Lower Smithfield, that closed in 1934, and there’s a magnificent mirror with their name at the entrance.

Museums & Galleries

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Charing Cross, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 47389
Churchill War Rooms King Charles Street, London 4.6 12533
Somerset House Strand, London 4.5 1477
National Portrait Gallery Saint Martin’s Place, London 4.6 10128
Benjamin Franklin House 36 Craven Street, London 4.2 292
Freemasons Hall, London 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.8 1829
Hunterian Museum The Royal College of Surgeons of England 38, 43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London 4.7 740
Camera Museum 44 Museum Street, London 4.7 278
Museum of Freemasonry 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.5 172
The Household Cavalry Museum 66 Horse Guards Avenue, Whitehall, London 4.5 2689
British Optical Association Museum 42 Craven Street, London 4.8 13
Mall Galleries The Mall, London 4.6 638
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Civic Workshop Somerset House, Lancaster Place, London N/A N/A
The Courtauld Shop Somerset House, Courtauld Institute of Art, Strand, London 4.4 72
The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand, London 4.7 1516
Matthiesen Gallery Ltd 7, 8 Masons Yard, St. James’s, London 5 4
Cristea Roberts Gallery 43 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London 4.6 37
Merlin Venues County Hall, London 5 28
Topolski Studio SBC Access Road, Arch 158, Hungerford Arches, Belvedere Road, London 4.7 7

Parks and green spaces in Charing Cross

Big green spaces cover the UK and London. However, it may be hard to work out just how much green space there is by just looking at a map. Here is a table below that shows you the green space of Charing Cross in more detail.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Jubilee Gardens Belvedere Road, London 4.5 1413
St James’s Park London 4.7 54833
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Golden Square Golden Square, London 4.3 1283
Soho Square Gardens Soho Square, London 4.3 6139
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
BoldBits 39 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Fountain of Trafaglar 5 Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 12
Victoria Embankment Gardens Villiers Street, London 4.6 2523
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Floral Court 25 Floral Street, London 4.5 224
London Memorial Garden Savoy Place, London 3.8 4
Shakespeare Water Fountain 4 Leicester Square, London 4.6 8
Potnotch Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London 5 1
Whitehall Gardens Victoria Embankment, London 4.7 1820
Royal Naval Division War Memorial Horse Guards Road, London 4.3 21
Victoria Embankment Gardens, Whitehall Extension Victoria Embankment, Horse Guards Avenue, London 4.5 31
Mayank Statue 21 Neal Street, London N/A N/A
Waterloo Gardens The Royal Academy of Engineering, The Royal Academy of Engineering, 3-4 Carlton House Terrace, St. James’s, London 4.5 64

What kind of restaurants are there?

Charing Cross is rich in restaurants, from Indian, Chinese or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and the foodies that you may be will surely find what you are looking for.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The Clermont London, Charing Cross Strand, London 4.3 2417
The Royal Horseguards Hotel & One Whitehall Place, London 2 Whitehall Court, London 4.3 2343
Premier Inn London Leicester Square hotel Queens House, 1 Leicester Square, London 4.3 927
One Aldwych 1 Aldwych, London 4.3 1341
Covent Garden Hotel 10 Monmouth Street, London 4.3 624
Premier Inn London County Hall hotel County Hall, Belvedere Road, London 4.3 2905
Sofitel London St James 6 Waterloo Place, London 4.3 1982
Dean Street Townhouse 69-71 Dean Street, London 4.3 1775
Karma Sanctum Soho London 20 Warwick Street, London 4.3 655
The Ivy 1-5 West Street, London 4.3 3523
Boyds Grill & Wine Bar 8 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 306
Wong Kei 41-43 Wardour Street, London 4.3 3522
Tattershall Castle Victoria Embankment, London 4.3 4532
Simpson’s in the Strand 100 Strand, London 4.3 837
Opera Tavern 23 Catherine Street, London 4.3 566
Hawksmoor Seven Dials 11 Langley Street, London 4.3 3554
The Salisbury Pub 90 Saint Martin’s Lane, London 4.3 2947
L’Escargot Restaurant 48 Greek Street, London 4.3 860
Rules 34-35 Maiden Lane, London 4.3 2324
The Porterhouse 21-22 Maiden Lane, London 4.3 6179

What kind of things are there to do in the city of Charing Cross?

There are always activities happening in lively Charing Cross. Timeout posts weekly on events there, so browse their site for ideas. We included a link to their Charing Cross page to make finding local happenings easier. Getting to know a new area is easier with an overview of offerings and locations. Our map pulls together property price info and other details from this article to give you a Charing Cross snapshot.

Other nearby neighbourhoods

If you are not completely sure that you want to move the area check out our other guides about cities in the nearby vicinity

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
Chelsea Bridge See the guide here
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Walworth See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Tower of London See the guide here
Bankside See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Monument See the guide here
Billingsgate See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Lombard Street See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Aldgate See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
Royal Exchange See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Bank of England See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
Bishopsgate See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
Liverpool Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Broadgate See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Finsbury See the guide here
Finsbury (west) See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Fitzrovia See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Bunhill Fields See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
St Luke’s See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
Kings Cross See the guide here
Chelsea Bridge See the guide here
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Walworth See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here

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