Love London? Watch These Six Hidden Gems in Covent Garden (VIDEO)

If you're stuck for inspiration while planning a London getaway, One Aldwych has a series of six short films, dubbed "Voices at One," with some hidden gems in Covent Garden. 

In each of the six films, an influential London personality shares their favorite galleries, eateries and quiet spots in the Covent Garden neighborhood, of which One Aldwych is a part. The six films are: 

Julian Bird
Chief executive, Society of London Theatre (SOLT), www.solt.co.uk  
Lamb and Flag pub, St Martin’s Courtyard shopping, National Portrait Gallery, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Academy of Flowers

Ricardo Cervera and Romany Pajdak
Royal Ballet First Soloist and First Artist. www.roh.org.uk 
Royal Opera House, Donmar Theatre, Paul & Joe, Sir John Soane’s Museum, The Ten Cases restaurant 

Joanna Lumley
Actress and campaigner, www.gardenbridgetrust.org 
Thames River and the Garden Bridge, Joe Allen, The Lobby Bar at One Aldwych, St Paul’s Church (aka ‘the Actors’ Church’), Pollock’s Toyshop 

Kitty Hope and Mark Greenwood
Hope and Greenwood traditional sweet shop retailers, www.hopeandgreenwood.co.uk 
Chanel, Waterloo Bridge, Seven Dials, Mishkins restaurant, Paul Smith 

Caroline Rush
Chief executive, British Fashion Council, www.britishfashioncouncil.com 
Embankment Gardens, Burberry Brit, The Delaunay restaurant, Courtauld Gallery, Rizzoli bookshop at Somerset House

Sarah Storey
Paralympic champion, www.teamstoreysport.com
Thames River Boat Ride, Covent Garden Piazza shopping, Embankment Gardens, Coffee Houses,  One Aldwych hotel’s swimming pool, gym and the historic building