This Secret Hotel situated next to Tower Bridge is the perfect blend of contemporary glamour and comfort, with all the facilities and services for families and couples alike. The hotel’s restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving the finest British and European dishes, striving to use only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. While the hotel’s own bar is the perfect place to unwind after a long day sight seeing, with an menu of interesting and innovative cocktails and bar food.
Situated next to one of London’s most iconic symbols, Tower Bridge, this modern funky hotel next to Tower Bridge is in the perfect location to experience the best that London has to offer. Including the Tower of London, home of the 23,578 gems that make up the Crown Jewels along with the world’s most famous diamonds. The Tate modern is just moments from the hotel and displays the very best in contemporary British and international art, with free guided tours, regular special exhibitions and daily interactive activities, there is much to see and do at the UK’s most famous modern art museum.
The hotel is also located close to the world famous Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Book early to see one of the many traditional as well as modern adaptations of Shakespeare’s great works. The theatre also features an engaging and informative exhibition, discover the life of Shakespeare himself, the city he once lived in and the theatre for which he wrote, allow yourself to be taken back to the Globe Theatre as it once would have been. The expert guided tours will take you on a fascinating tour of the iconic theatre, including colourful accounts of the Globe in 1599 to it’s reconstruction in the 1990s and how it functions today.
Many more of London’s best and most popular attractions are also moments from this fantastic hotel. Among these is The London Eye, the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, see breath-taking views of the city from 443 feet or book a private capsule for you and your loved one for a romantic experience of London’s stunning skyline complete with champagne. For a great day out with the family visit The London Dungeons at it’s new location next to the London Eye, get a hands on history lesson on the most horrid points in London’s history and learn all about London’s most infamous and awful villains, including Guy Fawkes, Jack the Ripper and Sweeney Todd.