London Bridge Hotels
London Bridge is a historical, beautiful area of London with a fantastic selection of gorgeous, comfortable accommodation for you to choose from.
With incredible views of The Shard, excellent transport links and just a short walk away from Bankside or The City Of London, it’s no wonder London Bridge is such an exciting business and tourist destination.
So whether you’re staying riverside for a night while you peruse serviced offices, or you’re making this area your home for a few months while you complete a big project, you’re sure to find the perfect hotel for your needs here.
If your travel expenses are tight, or you’re looking to book something cheap and cheerful at the last minute, you’re going to want to opt for a budget hotel. If all you need is somewhere clean, minimalist and wallet friendly to bed down, you’ve got plenty of choices in this area.
There are two Novotels in and around the area, and eight Ibis hotels, so you can really pick and choose between them depending on the best location for your trip. Premier Inn London Tower Bridge is also a great option if you want to be just seconds away from all the major nearby attractions. Alternatively, if you want more space to pace, 146 Suites offer serviced apartments at a reasonable nightly rate compared to the local budget hotels.
For times when you’re feeling a bit snazzy, or needing a bit of an uplift after a long day staring at grey suits and lack lustre briefcases, an exciting and jazzy hotel is exactly what you need as a pick me up. London Bridge has more uptown funk than most people can handle, so you’re going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing accommodation here with a difference.
CitizenM is by far the most notable and WOW worthy hotel in the area, in fact it’s even won awards it’s that cool. Expect a lobby that looks like a chic London living room, and bedrooms that look like they were designed by both IKEA and Will i Am. This hotel is fun, cool and friendly and it’s certain to cheer you up after a long day of difficult demos.
If you like your walls raw and trendy, covered in exposed brick or edgy art, then Hotel Indigo London Tower Bridge is for you. It’s got a New York loft apartment style about it, as well as space and style galore. Expect wrought iron bedposts, geometric furnishings and gorgeous raw wood and brick detail. The rooms here are superbly trendy, cosy and fun.
If you like the uniqueness in a hotel to be a tiny bit less in your face, The Bermondsey Square Hotel is a really good choice. The rooms are colourful and interesting enough to stand out from the norm, but not ‘out there’ enough to make you dizzy the moment you walk in.
If you’re opting for a high end hotel to celebrate a business deal, or simply because you can, you’re going to be spoilt for choice in London Bridge.
If views of the iconic bridge are your priority the Guoman is a really excellent hotel to stay in because it offers stunning views of the bridge at two different price points. Although the standard rooms with a view are nice, the executive suites with a view of the bridge are really something special and worth paying extra for. The rooms are of contemporary design and come with a huge list of extras, as well as the beautiful view of London Bridge straight out of the window.
The London Bridge Hotel is another great choice if you want an excellent central location. The rooms are tastefully furnished and you can upgrade to an executive suite or apartment if you’re wanting the highest luxury this hotel offers. And if you really want to push the boat out and stay in the hotel of the moment, you’re going to want to book in at the Shangri-La at The Shard. With wall to wall windows and absolutely sensational views of the city, this hotel will leave your mind well and truly blown. The hotel offers 17 luxury suites (each with a personal butler service) and three signature suites each with 180 degree views of London.