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Let the Thames Be Your Mistress for the Night

tgt11This four-star hotel has everything you will ever need from a hotel and above all, it is affordable. Whether you stay here for business or for pleasure, you will enjoy what this hotel has to offer and will want to return.

It has 151 rooms and is located in the borough of Greenwich, London. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, air conditioning, private indoor parking, pets are allowed (for a fee) and there is a great fitness center where you can work out and a sauna for total body relaxation.

There are 6 state-of-the-art meeting rooms that can host up to 95 people, so if the reason for your stay here is business, worry not, all you need is right at your fingertips. The hotel provides flipcharts, audio and video equipment, a slide projector, an overhead projector and a lectern. Also available for an additional is a service of simultaneous interpretation.

The restaurant offers international cuisine and it is open between 06:00 and 22:00 and also offers 24/7 room service. Have a drink at the bar or simply relax after a filling meal in the hotel’s most relaxed environment, the restaurant.

If you’ve got a big family and you want to bring them all in London, know that this secret hotel has connecting rooms and play areas for all ages.

In the Local Area

This London secret hotel is situated in the borough of Greenwich, on the south bank of the River Thames. If you’re passionate about architecture, then you won’t get bored, as most of the buildings in this area are designed by famous English architects.

The Royal Observatory is quite close to the hotel and it was built by Sir Christopher Wren for King Charles II. The place now serves as a museum, because the scientific work was relocated at the beginning of the 20th century.

Another important attraction in the Greenwich area near the hotel is the National Maritime Museum, the largest museums of its kind in the world. The Greenwich area is rich in maritime history, dating back from when the Roman would trade goods here. The museum’s collection includes seascape paintings, scientific instruments used at sea and even items relating to piracy.

Greenwich market is a must see if you’re into shopping. Even if you’re not, you will not be able to resist not buying at least a couple of hand-crafter items, antiques or clothing.

One last thing, if you’re staying in town for an event at the O2 arena, this is the perfect hotel to stay at, as it is ridiculously close to the venue.

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