About the London Bridge Hotel
Sitting in the shadow of the Shard is the London Bridge Hotel, a very popular four-star, boutique hotel, with a range of rooms to suit guests. Steps from London Bridge station, Borough Market and the River Thames, the hotel is in a great location for exploring London, whatever you are here for.
Excellent service, good location and beautiful contemporary rooms have meant guests rate this incredibly well and is popular amongst tourists visiting London for just a night or two
Check-in time: 2pm
Check-out time: 12pm
While the hotel sits in an impressive location with the Shard just minutes away, it's a great hotel to base yourself at, you can choose from a range of rooms depending on your needs and budget.
The hotel's Londinium restaurant serves a range of both modern and classic dishes, and the Quarter Bar and Lounge is perfect for a post dinner chill with a great glass of wine or cocktail.
Guests staying at the hotel can also take advantage of the Fitness First gym next door on weekdays between 6:30am and 9pm.
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Each of the hotels rooms offers flat-screen TV and White Company toiletries, as well as fair trade tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board and a mini bar. Free WiFi is offer in all rooms and across the hotel.
There are also USB ports in all rooms, so you don't have to lug your plug around, just your cable, a complimentary bottle of filtered water, hair dryer, and best of all a choice of pillow, meaning you'll get a great night's sleep.
There are a number of room types available depending on your budget and needs.
While being the lead in room type, Standard Rooms at the London Bridge Hotel are contemporary in design and are popular with guests. Offering things like free WiFi, White Company toiletries and a choice of pillow type
Superior Rooms are similar to standard rooms, with all the likes of White Company toiletries and fair trade tea and coffee making facilities, however some have King sized beds and others a little more room. You'll also enjoy an iHome Bluetooth music station and fruit platter.
Executive rooms offer big beds and a little more space than Superior Rooms plus bathrobes and slippers, as well as the usual flat screen TV and pillow menu.
For more space, the Deluxe Rooms are ideal. The 31sqm rooms offer guests a little extra and include fruit plate on arrival and DVD player. Deluxe Rooms also offer a pull out sofa bed for a third guest.
The hotel's Studio Suites offer extra space compared to the rooms with 43sqm of space including a separate living area. Studio Suite guests will also enjoy a fruit plate in their room on arrival.
Apartments at the London Bridge Hotel are on offer to guests who are after more of a home away from home while staying in London. These two bedroom apartments cater for up to six people so is great for small groups or families. Along with the two bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, apartments offer a living and dining area, as well as a fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, hob and sink.
Things to Do
London Bridge, while still located in zone one, offers direct transport links to Canary Wharf, the O2, central London and Gatwick Airport. Within the area you have a range of activities, restaurants and bars to keep you busy.
Take a short walk to the river and stroll along to HMS Belfast for a delve into this naval ship, before walking further on up to the iconic Tower Bridge.
The London Bridge Hotel is also just minutes from the Shard, where you can prebook tickets or buy on the day, to visit the viewing gallery. Alternatively book a table at one of the exquisite restaurants for a delicious dinner with stunning views.
Borough Market is another great place to wander, with its fresh produce and locally sourced products. Try heading there before you head home so that you can enjoy a fresh and tasty steak for dinner. Wander left down the river towards the city centre and you'll begin to explore the Southbank area and all it has to offer, including the Tate Modern and Millennium Bridge.
The hotel is just a two minute walk from London Bridge mainline and underground station, so with the Jubilee and Northern Lines, you can head into the city or out down to the suburbs, as well as taking the train out to the South East coast of England. There are also plenty of buses that run from London Bridge Station to various parts of the city. If you just don't fancy it though, then you can easily pick up a taxi from just down the road.