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City Hotel
"Good Points: 90+ General review: extremely good value for money (special offer on line!)

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City Hotel
"Bad Points: Breakfast was disgusting. Food from tins and cans / low quality meats. Extemely poor value for money.

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La Cave Restaurant
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The district of London Bridge borders the south side of the Thames around the bridge and station of the same name. The station, London's oldest, links to Gatwick and Luton airports, while the tube brings countless visitors to this stretch of riverside, known between London Bridge and its neighbour, Tower Bridge, as The Pool Of London. Creative lighting sees London Bridge glowing spectacularly red at night. By day, families love taking cruises from City Pier, or experiencing gruesome historical re-enactments in the London Dungeon. The museum at The Oldest Operating Theatre In Britain is unusually diverting, and the Britain At War Experience recreates all the sights and sounds of the Blitz. Still standing are Southwark Cathedral, the city's oldest Gothic building, and the 1000-year-old Church of St Magnus The Martyr. Contrastingly, modern art, photography, theatre and even glass-blowing are celebrated locally; the Pierre Garroudi Gallery, under the viaduct, exhibits fashion, crafts, sculpture and graphics. Spendaholics, meanwhile, can simply step into Borough or stroll eastwards to the shops, bars and restaurants of Hay's Galleria, near the WW2 warship and museum HMS Belfast. Looking to the future, London Bridge is the site of the proposed Shard of Glass, Britain's tallest skyscraper.


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St Christophers at the Orient Espresso
St. Christopher's Inn

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Balls Brothers Hay's Galleria
Brew Wharf
Champor Champor
Gangsters Paradise - Christmas Only
HMS Belfast
La Cave Restaurant
London Bridge Hotel
Menier Chocolate Factory
The Bridge
The Kasbah - Christmas Only
Wright Brothers Oyster and Porter House


Constant & Constant
Sansons Solicitors
Smith's-Law Llp


Glaziers Hall
London Dungeon (The)




Ministry of Paintball(Adventure)

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Premier Inn London Southwark (0.25 miles)

In the heart of Bankside on the Southbank of the River Thames, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Local attractions include The Tate Gallery, Shakespeare's Globe theatre, ... More | visit website

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London Bridge Hotel (0.25 miles)

London Bridge Hotel

The independent four star London Bridge Hotel appeals to both business and leisure guests. The hotel is directly opposite London Bridge Station, close to the city and with fast and direct access to the West ... More | visit website

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Southwark Rose Hotel (0.33 miles)

Southwark Rose Hotel

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The Southwark Rose Hotel is one of London's hidden gems, offering exceptional value for money. The hotel has 84 bedrooms. One of London's hidden gems the Southwark Rose Hotel is located in ... More

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street (0.33 miles)

Marlin Apartments Queen Street

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street is a premier new development right in the heart of the City’s financial district, providing luxurious serviced apartments for short and long-term stays. The Bank of England ... More

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Apex City of London Hotel (0.36 miles)

Apex City of London Hotel

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This chic 4 star hotel is situated in the Tower Hill district, with major businesses and the historic Tower of London and Tower Bridge on its doorstep. The Apex City of ... More

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London (0.41 miles)

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London is an award-winning hotel, combining a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. All guestrooms offer light, fresh and contemporary décor and all rooms ... More | visit website
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Threadneedles (0.41 miles)

Perfectly situated for the historical sights along the River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tower of London, Threadneedles is the gateway to the heart of the City.

Located in a beautifully converted banking ... More | visit website
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Short Stay London (0.44 miles)

Short Stay London
London Bridge, Tooley Street/Bermondsey Street. 3 minutes from Underground and British Rail (convenient for Gatwick). Modern two bedroom apartment. Queensize bed and two single beds. Broadband included. The London Bridge two bedroom apartment is FAMILY and ... More | visit website
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Bankside House (0.46 miles)

Bankside House

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Close to Shakespeare's Globe, Vinopolis, The Tate Modern Art Gallery, iconic St Paul's Cathedral, the Millennium Bridge, near Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, The Clink Museum, Southwark Cathedral and surrounded by ... More | visit website

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Grange City Hotel (0.51 miles)

Grange City Hotel
The Grange City is a spectacular new luxury 5 star hotel. Superbly located with unique panoramic views over the City and just a gemstone's throw away from the Tower of London the Hotel represents a ... More | visit website

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