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A modern Docklands hotel with stunning views of London’s skyline

hotel doorSituated on the water’s edge with the dramatic city skyline as a backdrop, this modern yet classic hotel offers every conceivable convenience with the addition of first class spa and leisure facilities.

With the O2 arena, London City Airport, the West End and Canary Wharf on its doorstep, this is a flexible hotel which offers amenities for both business travellers and pleasure seekers alike.  The 442 air conditioned, en suite and large guest rooms are well appointed, with all the usual refinements you would expect and need, including cable TV, Wi-Fi and a work station. Rooms on the upper floors command memorable views of the city and the River Thames whilst luxury penthouse suites are also available. All tastes are catered for within the 3 on site restaurants, from classic French, to a Carvery and a Pizzeria.  The conservatory bar makes the most of the spectacular view with floor to ceiling windows, making it the ideal place to relax with a drink and friends.

This hotel also offers conferencing, banqueting and meeting facilities for up to 1500 people, and the efficient staff will be able to organise your every need.

In the local area

Formerly part of the Port of London and once upon a time the world’s largest working port, the Docklands have had new life breathed into them as a premier commerce centre and residential area, turning it into a vibrant place with hip hangouts at every turn.

Walking around Canary Wharf, it is hard to image that a relatively short time ago, this area was a derelict wasteland.  There are some clues scattered around which reveal it’s heritage as a busy working port, but they now sit side by side with the sleek and modern mirrored buildings which dominate the sky, and in whose reflection a solid future can be seen.  The Museum of London Docklands is at home here on the banks of West India Quay, and offers free entry.  Its fascinating exhibits walk you through a history of the Docklands and special events are also periodically held throughout the year.  The Wharf is also the unlikely home of Europe’s largest urban farm, (Mudchute Farm and Park), and is a great day out for all the family.  Why not take a picnic and make the most of your day in the 31 acres of parkland? And best of all, entry is free.

The nearby O2 arena is a world class venue which seats up to 20,000 people.  While it is primarily used for music, gigs and stand up, it also plays host to sporting events, theatrical and ice skating spectaculars and special Christmas and New Years Eve celebrations.  With its packed schedule, you are sure to find something on its agenda to fit in with your plans.

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