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Modern funky hotel next to Tower Bridge – 4* – London

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Centrally located on the south bank of the River Thames, this bright and modern hotel is literally surrounded by some of the capital’s most famous attractions. It offers a great location, excellent facilities and a big dose of four star luxury.

The hotel benefits from air conditioning, concierge, dry cleaning, an ice machine and a fitness centre.

Rooms are contemporary and come with all the mod cons, including wireless internet access, a mini bar, a pay TV and a private bathroom with a bathtub. Whilst some hotels in London might all look the same once you’re through the doors, this property has an individuality of its very own. Previous guests have often commented on just how stylish and unique the décor and surroundings are.

There are also excellent business facilities here, including an executive lounge, meeting rooms and a conference centre. If you’re hoping to strike a balance between work and fun, this hotel is exactly what you’ve been looking for.

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For families

At the London Dungeon, you’re guaranteed to find scary rides and terrifying shows that are suitable for the whole family. Book online to make the best savings.

For romance

As this hotel is situated close to the riverbanks, you’re in a prime position to enjoy a cruise. There’s a whole host of different options available, though the romantic dinner cruises are a great choice for couples.

For culture

The Southbank Centre is Europe’s largest centre for the arts, so you’re sure to find plenty in the way of culture. Various festivals and events are also hosted here. 

For shopping

Foodies should take a trip to nearby Borough Market. As London’s most renowned food market, it’s a source of outstanding British and international produce. Demonstrations are held throughout the day, so you might even pick up some tips to put to use in the kitchen after your break.

For eating out

The Oxo Tower Restaurant serves fine food in a cosy and intimate setting. For beautifully presented modern British dishes, it’s well worth booking a table. Try the calves liver with marsala onions and mash.

For nightlife

The Archduke was London’s first wine bar, and has gone from strength to strength since opening in 1979. Head down for good wine and live jazz. There’s outdoor seating available out on the terrace and even free wireless internet access.

 

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