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Southwark Rose Hotel
43-47 Southwark Bridge Road
London Bridge
London

SE1 9HH | View map

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One of London's hidden gems The Southwark Rose Hotel is located in the bustling and popular South Bank area less than 200 metres from the Thames. The hotel is within minutes of the Tate Modern, London Eye, Tower Bridge and the financial City of London. All rooms are en-suite, have sky television,wi-fi,air conditioning, refreshment facilities, laptop sized safes, electric blackout blinds to ensure a good nights sleep and telephones with modem connections. Our restaurant serves breakfast as well as providing an excellent menu every evening for dinner. Guests are also most welcome to our executive lounge bar where you can check e-mails on the Internet, watch the latest sporting channels on the 52" plasma television or make use of our fax and photocopier.Three newly opened air conditioned conference rooms are available with daylight and can accommodate 60 persons. There are built-in break out rooms and reception with bar area. Lunch or dinner can be taken in our Executive Lounge on 6th floor

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