Best Hotels in South East London
This is an article dedicated to those who are interested in a welcoming hotel in the South East area of London. The prices are ranging from cheap to moderate and even highly expensive, so there is definitely a place suitable for each pocket.
Tune Hotel Westminster (Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7RW) is appropriate for persons who do not have a big budget and just want to save a few pounds or for travellers who decide to spend their money on other things that are more important, like entertaining activities. The design and the decorations are plain simple. The room cleaning is a rare event, but it partially explains the lower prices. However, you can enjoy a decent furniture, bathroom and basic utilities.
Travelodge London Waterloo (195-203 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8UX) is another cheap location, perfect for people who want to pay a correct price for a simple, yet comfortable room. There is a palette of guests, ranging from tourists to business men. You are connected with the rest of London through the Waterloo Station, which is situated a few steps away. It has a vintage atmosphere, with its vending machines and bright lobby. However, the toiletries are not included and the only meals available are made up of fast food or “all you can eat” breakfast buffets.
Citizen M (20 Lavington Street, London SE1 0NZ) is perfect for guests who are into eating healthy meals and enjoying art, as the Tate Modern is situated at a walking distance. The atmosphere is warm and reminds you more of the comfort of your own home, than of the confines of a hotel room. The service system is very original, as there is no front desk (replaced by screens), no restaurant service (it only offers a help-yourself canteen) and no room service, either. However, there is small staff around, very friendly and customer oriented.
De Vere Venue Devonport House (Devonport House, King William Walk, London SE10 9JW) has lower prices and a great location: near the O2 Arena. Usually, it is chosen by music and concerts fans or by business men that use it mostly for conferences. Other close attractions are the Greenwich Observatory and the National Maritime Museum. You also have multiple options when it comes to meals. Besides the Wharf Restaurant, there is the Admirals Bar and a great variety of other places in the Greenwich town.
Bermondsey Square Hotel (Bermondsey Square, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3UN) is a reasonably priced hotel, with a famous 5 stars restaurant. It is usually selected by bands that use the many nearby recording or rehearsal studios, by young travellers who love the club life or by people that are passionate about city breaks. There are plenty of entertaining methods in a few miles radar, like the Fashion & Textile Museum, the Bermondsey Antiques Market and many other galleries and boho themed restaurants.
Other warm recommendations are: Premier Inn hotel (34 Park Street, London SE1 9EF), London Bridge Hotel (8-18 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG) and London Marriott County Hall (Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB).
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