These stylish apartments (great for the Southbank) are contemporary and elegantly designed, and give guests freedom and flexibility when staying in London. Apartments all have a fully equipped kitchen, giving guests the option to dine in and even save some money in doing so, as well as being ideal for fitting meal times around a busy schedule! Kitchens include modern cooking facilities, a toaster, a microwave oven, a fridge freezer, kettle and even a washing machine with a dryer, and dishwasher! There’s also an iron and ironing board provided so you can look your best on a fancy meal out or business trips, as well as a cable television and radio, keeping guests entertained at all times. The hotel itself also has a 24 hour reception, so if you ever have any enquiries, friendly staff are always happy to help. Wifi is also available for guests to use, and there’s also a communal terrace area to relax and have a drink or a chat.
The location of this hotel means that all of the most famous sights of London are easily accessible, whether you want to visit the spectacular Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, or Oxford Street for a day out shopping on London’s most iconic high street. Nearby to the hotel, and perhaps on of the more unique sights to see in London, is the beautiful and enchanting Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. This reconstruction of William Shakespeare’s theatre shows productions of all of his famous plays, as well as world premieres of new plays, lectures, readings and workshops. It was even the first place a play by a woman was ever performed! Visitors can also visit the Globe exhibition, or take a tour of the building, to gain a greater understanding of Shakespeare.
The spectacular Tower Bridge, the famous Victorian bridge stretching across the River Thames, is another one of the magnificent sights nearby this hotel. Visitors can walk across the high level walkways of the bridge, at 42 metres above the River, providing them with magnificent views across London of other iconic landmarks, from St Paul’s Cathedral to Canary Warf. You can also visit the fascinating Victorian Engine Rooms, housing the original lifting machinery for the bridge to let large vessels past, where you can even experience a virtual Bridge lift!