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Luxury hotel near Tower Bridge, with pool and gym – 5* – London

Hotel DoorSituated near that most iconic of London landmarks, the Tower Bridge, this five star luxury hotel is dripping in style providing a blissful base near all the central London action.

With reviews and awards from ‘Trip Advisor’ that confirm its reputation for excellence, this establishment is a first class choice for both sightseers and business visitors due to its complete facilities and amenities in the guest rooms, leisure suite and public areas.  All the guest rooms are equipped with flat screen TV’s,  a comfortable king or queen sized bed, air conditioning, complementary toiletries in the luxury en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, minibar and work station with high speed internet.  The hotel fitness and leisure suites are second to none with a large indoor swimming pool, gym and spa in which you can book beauty and relaxation treatments from the onsite beauty therapy team.

In addition this hotel boasts state of the art event facilities.  There is also a 24 hour reception and concierge service that can help you organise car rental, city tours and airport transfers.  Free newspapers, express check in/out and an elegant lobby bar will further enhance your stay at this hotel.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

A short walk from this hotel, The Tower of London is a fascinating and fun, if somewhat grisly day out for all the family.  With over 900 years of history echoing through its walls, this fortified tower on the banks of the Thames could tell you some tales if it could talk…….

For romance

One of the most recognisable bridges in the world, Tower Bridge is a fun place to spend a romantic hand in hand afternoon and to gain a different perspective on the city from one of the high walkways.  Unique weddings and other celebrations can also be organised on this famous landmark.

For culture

The Royal Fusiliers Museum a short hop from Tower Bridge is an unexpectedly interesting museum in the city telling the story of the British Army via an assortment of displays, artefacts and exhibits.

For shopping

Maltby Street Market located under the arches and operates a number of informal, interesting shops and stalls which sell great, locally produced and organic foods from coffee to cheese.

For eating out

In atmospheric vaulted cellars not far from The Tower, The Medieval Banquet is an eating experience quite unlike any other.  In a tongue in cheek theatre tribute to King Henry VIII, you can eat, drink and make merry while dancing, masques, mimes and sword fights take place around you.  Expect flagons of ale, lots of meats and a riot of fun.

For nightlife

Troxy originally opened as a luxurious cinema in the 1930’s and since then has also been used as a bingo hall, before its present incarnation as one of the most versatile venues in London.  Restored to its former glory, this space hosts a packed schedule of events from concerts to exhibitions.  It can also be hired as a conference space and party venue.

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