Covent Garden luggage storage

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Where can I store my luggage in Covent Garden?

Looking for lockers or places to leave your luggage near Covent Garden? Have you checked out of an Airbnb, or are you on a day trip to this famous part of the city? Look no further than Stasher.

Store your luggage near Covent Garden with Stasher

We've got you covered with affordable, convenient storage points. Instead of carrying your luggage through the entire city, we recommend storing them in our network of hotels and shops, where you can easily find and reserve to drop off your bags or suitcases. Simply search using the bar above and book within minutes. Each item you store with us is fully insured and in safe hands, so you can enjoy your day.

Covent Garden is right in the heart of London's west end, home to great theatres, restaurants and a varied range of entertainment. The piazza is the best place to catch street performers - some of Europe's best-loved performers started out plying their trade here. The flagship Apple store Covent Garden is open for business right by the much older apple market. All of these activities are made more enjoyable without luggage - so store your bags with Stasher and be free to enjoy your visit to Covent Garden. Check out our guide to the best things to do in this thriving part of the city.

How Stasher works?

Easier than packing a bag.

1. Find & Book

Search on Stasher - choose from 1000s of vetted hotels and stores.

2. Drop in Store

Instantly receive email confirmation. Show this & your ID in store.

3. Enjoy & Collect

Enjoy the city - with peace of mind that your bags are safe!

5/5

Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.

Susan Jane Tarr

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About the area

Covent Garden is synonymous with London's West End. The famous Shaftesbury Avenue cuts right through it, connecting Piccadilly Circus and Mayfair on one side with Tottenham Court Road and Holborn at the other end.

Restaurants abound here - you're spoiled for choice. Don't be fooled into taking the tube... TFL statistics show that Covent Garden to Leicester Square is the most commonly travelled route - but it's less than 5 minutes walk above ground.

If it's a night out you fancy, you're a short walk from the bars of Soho. Going south instead, you can visit Waterloo and the South Bank, or take in views of the Shard at London Bridge on the other side of the river.

Don't carry your bags around

Store them safely and enjoy your day