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Contemporary hotel in new business district – 4* – London

Hotel DoorLocated a stone’s throw from the O2 arena and close to the commercial heart of London, this cosmopolitan and modern hotel is connected to Canary Wharf by footbridge and the rest of the city via the DLR station and the Jubilee and Northern lines. A windfall for business visitors, this hotel is located a short 15 minute hop from the City Airport but is also convenient for leisure seekers to.  The excellent Westfield shopping centre is just a few tube stops away and the O2 arena has a packed schedule of events at any time of the year.

The well appointed guest rooms in this hotel all include the benefits of air conditioning, an en suite bathroom with complementary bathrobes and toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, cable TV, a minibar and hairdryer. Being a premier hotel for corporate clients, the business facilities are excellent with all the usual refinements you would expect with additional features such as a secretarial service via a booking system. The polite and discreet staff also offer both room and concierge services, as well as guidance in the gym and fitness suite.

Our top picks in the local area…

For families

The nearby National Maritime Museum is a great day out for all the family with over 500 years of the River Thames history coming alive as you tour the exhibits.  The British love affair with the sea unfolds at your feet and the proud military heritage of a seafaring nation is displayed in all its interactive glory.

For romance

Cuddle close together for all the thrills and spills of a high speed tour of the River Thames on board a thrilling boat ride.  The ride from Canary Wharf to the London Eye gives you the perfect excuse to cling to your loved one tightly as the skilled pilots guide the nimble boats around the corners and swerves of the River.  Try the Thames RIB Experience by London RIB Voyages.

For culture

The Museum of London, Docklands is well worth devoting a day to if you get the chance.  The tapestry of London’s commercial, migration and trade heritage is laid bare in a poignant collection of artefacts’ helping you unpeel the layers of this sometime harsh and sometime beautiful city.

For food

For lovers of meat, the unbeatable Gaucho at the O2 lights the spirit of Argentina with some of the best steaks, grilled meats and seared fish this side of the Atlantic.  Not one for vegetarians, Gaucho at the O2 is a great, friendly place to meet with and eat with friends and enjoy a convivial atmosphere.  One for carnivores only!

For shopping

The magical world of Tiffany and Co has found a home at Cabot Place at Canary Wharf.  From sparkling engagement rings to watches, from jewellery and accessories the name Tiffany is synonymous with quality. Indulge yourself or a loved one with a trinket or two lovely wrapped in the converted green Tiffany boxes.

For nightlife

A couple of miles away from this hotel on the outskirts of Shoreditch, through an unassuming door you will find in the world created by The Rhythm Factory. Diverse live bands and DJ’s play funk, soul, jazz and hip hop and at weekends the place is alive to the cutting edge sounds of basement and electronica, with the occasional open mic night being a jam packed evening out.  Pack your dancing shoes for this one.

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