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Clayton Hotel City of London is ideally located for the city’s Financial District with a 10-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station and close to some of London’s Iconic landmarks such as The... Great hotel, beautiful Rooms. The breakfast was really Nice.
Occupying levels 34-52, the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, London offers 5-star luxury and breathtaking views of the capital and beyond. Amazing location, view and staff. Been there fir my with birthday and they gave us a cake and a rose...
Ideally located in Central London and close to Tower Bridge, The Apex City of London Hotel is a 30-minute taxi ride from London City Airport. Everything in the Hotel is perfect....
Just north of Tower Bridge, this friendly and comfortable hotel is near to the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the 'Gherkin', the river and St Katharine Docks. Free WiFi is available throughout. very confident! small hotel but nice, and cozy.
Attractively located in the centre of London, Counting House features air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. The staff were frendly and couldn't do enough for you.
Located in a Grade II-listed building dating back to 1906, The Dixon, Tower Bridge, Autograph Collection is 300 metres from Tower Bridge in London. Beautiful clean hotel if a fantastic location.
Featuring a garden and views of city, Dorsett City London is a 4-star hotel set in London, an 8-minute walk from Sky Garden. nice rooms polite ans helpful staff perfect location
This exclusive 4-star hotel is in the City, London's historic financial centre. It has free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms in 4 different sizes. I like a full hearty breakfast but the fruits, power bars and coffee were a good day start.
Nestled between the River Thames and St Katherine’s Dock, and next to Tower Bridge, The Tower Hotel offers ideal location, a restaurant, a bar and a fitness centre. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.... The view from my room was unobstructed. The checkout was quick. The staff are professionals.
Novotel Tower Bridge is set in London’s City district, just 5 minutes’ walk from the Tower of London. It offers spacious, stylish rooms and a fitness centre with a steam bath. Comfy bed and delicious breakfast with a variety of options
Just 20 metres from Aldgate East London Underground Station, ibis London City - Shoreditch has modern, air-cooled rooms. Liverpool Street Station is a 10-minute walk away. Excellent breakfast, friendly and helpful staff.
Overlooking the historic Tower of London, the luxury 4-star Leonardo Royal London City - Tower Hill boasts a spa with a 25-metre swimming pool and a large gym. The staff were amazing, room comfortable, close to a subway stop and a great gym!
In the centre of London’s financial district, this 5-star Victorian boutique hotel features a stained glass dome dating back to 1856, and offers a bar, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room... Truly a 5-star property! Very accommodating especially when everything was closed down for...
Opposite London Bridge Station in stylish Southwark, London Bridge Hotel features free WiFi and a Fitness First Health Club, allowing guests to burn off some energy in the gym or unwind in the sauna. Very comfortable bed and very friendly staff
Great St Helen Hotel offers accommodation in London. Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and features a flat-screen TV. The staff was exceptional.. They helped us right throughout..
Located in London, Canopy by Hilton London City offers a restaurant. The property has a fitness centre, as well as a bar. Sky Garden is 600 metres from the property.
I easily could've spent more time here than the four hours I visited. I still hadn't seen quite everything! I enjoyed having lunch at the Armoury or Armourer's (or something like that). The selection of foods was excellent and prices were reasonable despite their having a captured market.
Get there early! There’s a small opening ceremony with the guards and Beefeaters when they open the doors to the Tower for the day. Head for the Crown Jewels first before the crowds, and definitely do the Yeoman’s Tour! A five minute walk nearby is St Dunstan in the East Church ruins-worth a visit. Also nearby is Sky Garden Observation Deck—free but tickets need to be reserved first online. Tip: start your day by having breakfast at Duck & Waffle nearby—watching the sun come up 40 stories up over London whilst eating breakfast is amazing along with views of the Tower of London, etc. We were able to be out by 8am and walk to the Tower then were literally first in line for the Tower of London’s 9 am opening!
The crown jewels display was interesting. The rest was mediocre. You need to really understand and appreciate the history of this place before coming - if you do, it is impressive in its history and significance in London culture.
Be sure to get here right at opening and go straight to the Jewels if you want to see them, because we breezed in and actually got to ride past them size several times because we were the first people. Only an hour later the line was hundreds of people long.
I wanted to see it as I was interested in the story of Lady Jane Grey. I later found out she is actually a 2nd cousin many times removed. I also learned Queen Catherine Howard is my 17 Great Aunt, so seeing the place where family members were executed and buried was somewhat intriguing and sobering.
Absolutely loved this. We paid for a 1/2 day tour with a Blue Badge guide to go over the Tower, which was perfect. She had us get there before the Tower opened, and the very first thing we went to see was the Crown Jewels. It's smart to get that one out of the way first thing because a couple hours later, the queue was incredibly long whereas we walked right in. The amount of history of this place is incredible, and if you do a little reading on William the Conqueror prior to going, you'll get a better understanding of why the Tower was built, the style of building, and its original purpose. For those counting their daily steps, trust me--you'll hit your goals! :)
The rooms were very spacious. modern and nice. Beds were super comfortable. Location is very good with walking distance to very hip areas in London (shoreditch, Bricklane, Spitalfields market, tower of London, St Katherine's Docks etc). So quite good if you are there for business or tourism. Staff worked well despite difficulties with Covid preparations.
Superb location, about 200 yards from the Tower of London and of course Tower Bridge. My room was upgraded because no restaurant service due to covid 19 regulations. This was my second visit to this wonderful hotel and will definitely be going back.
The view of the Tower of London and the accessibility to the underground was good.
The location was excellent close to the tube and close to The Tower of London
There is a mixture of cultures and civilizations with more than 2,000 years of history blended... from the ruins of the Rroman City Londinium, the impresive Tower of London and the modern buildings all together. The best of all are the museums, some are free to visit, like the British Museum with a perfect collection of objects of different times and civilizations.
The Tower of London is well kept - other than some short stretches of defensive wall almost all other ancient fortifications are obliterated.
A walk around Westminster, taking in the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben etc.... then walk over Westminster bridge and stroll up the South Bank to Tower Bridge - nice walk, views and plenty of nice "traditional" pubs to take breaks in.....!!
The Great old buildings like Westminster, Tower and Tower Bridge, and the new ones like Shakespeare's Globe which was only built recently but it is the perfekt replica of the original Globe. London is a great city with a great history and historical places.
Invest in the Oyster card in case the kids get tired from all the walking. Also download the kids explorer kit (avail on London Tourism site) to keep them excited to visit sites such as the Tower of London and forget how far of a walk it can be.
In this area of London, almost every step you take along the Thames river gives you a feeling for Charles Dickens characters, but you must go by foot get around the back streets and explore. Despite the new high rise buildings there are still many old houses and warehouses that evoke a sense of history. Within a 20/30 minute walk, you can get to Tower bridge, St Paul's Cathedral the modern Tait gallery, the London eye and the houses of Parliament. You won't get bored.