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Contemporary comfort near Tower Bridge

hotel doorStylish and fresh, this hotel is bound to appeal to all with its excellent facilities and friendly staff.  The hotel itself offers all that is needed to make for a comfortable base from which to explore the surrounding area.

All rooms feature air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, high speed Internet, TV and a well equipped en suite bathroom.  The staff go that extra mile to ensure your stay is a pleasant one, with a 24 hour reception and night porter able to organise your business requirements, with extensive conferencing and executive facilities being available.

A lively restaurant and funky bar are open on site.  Serving fresh and fine European and classic British food, the restaurant focus is on quality and serves a varied breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.  While the bar is renowned for its cocktails, it also has a full and varied drinks menu and offers smaller snacks and meals.

Situated close to the iconic Tower Bridge, this hotel is also close by to the sinister Tower of London, HMS Belfast and the Tate Britain for any culture vultures out there.  The nearest metro station is London Bridge.

In the local area

No other building in London quite conjures up such a sense of foreboding as The Tower. Reputedly haunted by the ghosts of numerous unfortunate prisoners (and reportedly the ghost of a bear!), The Tower of London is probably the most atmospheric of all places, being the site for many dramatic and grisly events through its many, many years.  If walls could talk, these ones could tell you some black-hearted, corrupt and sad stories………

In contrast, a short and pleasant stroll from the Tower and its famous Bridge, you will find the noble HMS Belfast.  Launched in 1938, this Royal Navy ship has seen its share of active service from the Normandy Landings to the Korean War, before eventual decommissioning and preservation as a floating museum in the late 1960’s.

If you want to stretch your legs and stimulate your cultural side a little further, why not take time to visit the Tate Britain?  Admission into this brilliant arena of art is free (apart from access to special exhibitions).  World famous artists from the 1500’s through to the present day have had their works hung on these walls and placed within its rooms.  The permanent collections are varied, including artists such as JMW Turner, Henry Moore, David Hockney and Francis Bacon.  All are housed under one roof, preserved for the nation.  In addition, special works and exhibitions from contemporary and currently stellar artists, including Tracey Emin and Damien Hurst, are a regular feature on its calendar.

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