London Bridge Hotel
If you are travelling by rail to London Bridge we advise you to check before you travel as the work to rebuild London Bridge Station may affect your journey. The independent 4-star boutique London
Threadneedles Hotel
Stay at Threadneedles, a 5 star boutique hotel in the heart of the City of London and relax in the hotel's eclectic mix of old and new design; from the striking stained glass dome above the lobby,
Grange St. Paul's Hotel
Representing some of the best located properties in London with elegant and beautifully designed bedrooms and suites, extensive restaurants and bars. The opportunities range from royal banquets to the
Chamberlain Hotel London
The Chamberlain Hotel, near Tower Bridge, is Fuller's flagship hotel. In the City of London, you'll find no finer home away from home - providing easy access to a number of London's famous tourist
The Bermondsey Square Hotel
The Bermondsey Square Hotel is located in the heart of ever evolving Bermondsey, with its thriving restaurant, bar and club scene, art galleries, design studios and boutique shops. A short distance
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Crowne Plaza London-The City is a the stylish hotel located in London's historic Square Mile, near Blackfriars station. The hotel is minutes away from some of London's most famous attractions such as
City Hotel London
If you are searching for budget hotels in Central London, we offer comfortable accommodations with many amenities at competitive rates. Our hotel is situated near many well-known landmarks and
Brick Lane Hotel
Welcome to Brick Lane Hotel located on Brick Lane in the East End of London. Our hotel is ideal for both business guests and tourists visiting the sights and tourist attractions in and around London
The Wellington Hotel
This historic pub with rooms is the perfect hotel for those wishing to explore central London. Opposite Waterloo station and just a stone's throw from the city's most popular attractions, the pub
Castle Hotel
The Castle Hotel Conwy, an old coaching inn in Wales, stands on the site of a Cistercian abbey and used to consist of two famous hostelries, The Castle and the 15th Century King's Head. The Castle was