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London Bridge Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • good location for visiting South Bank attractions
  • free WiFi
  • good deals available online in the off-season

    Cons

  • small bedrooms
  • prices rise by £100 or more midweek

Fodorite Reviews

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London Bridge Hotel Review

Steps away from the London Bridge rail and Tube stations, and handy for the South Bank, this thoroughly modern, stylish hotel is popular with business travelers, but leisure travelers find it just as handy and appealing. The diminutive but sleek rooms have an understated, contemporary look, and there are three spacious two-bedroom apartments (£250–£400 a night) that come with kitchen, living room, and dining room.

    Hotel Details

  • 138 rooms, 3 apartments
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-28-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Hotel was okay, but location was not so good

    The hotel is across the street from the London Bridge tube and rail station. We had a front facing deluxe room initially but requested to change as the incessant screeching from the trains going into and out of the station was so noisy it disturbed our sleep. We were changed to a suite as they had nothing else in our room category available. The deluxe room was tiny and the flat screen TV jutted out so as to be in the way a bit. The bathroom was tile and granite, but the caulk was discolored. The suite was twice the size of the deluxe room and the bathroom was all marble yet the showerhead was old. Surprisingly there was no rain shower although the hotel was on the modern side. Breakfast was nice and it was a typical full English type. Staff were all accomodating and friendly except for the night concierge who was gruff and quite disinterested. Location for us was not good. It is a grimy area near the financial district and on Borough High Street down the block from the hotel it's not very scenic. The area behind the train station on the Hays Galleria side is much better. Yet the dining and pub options are limited. There are some more places along the river but it's a bit of a walk and not so nice at nighttime in my opinion for a walk. We won't be returning as we much preferred The Montague on the Gardens which was to us located in a more convenient and nicer area and that hotel was a 5 all around.

    by francophile03, 7/2/08

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