Hilton London Tower Bridge

5 More London - Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY, United Kingdom

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  • Fantastic

    by

    We have a fantastic acommodation at this hotel. The room was big and comfortable, the hotel was so clean and the service was so friendly. So recommended.

    Unique Quality: Great situation. The hotel is so clean. Service friendly.

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    Very Nice, Nearly New Hotel

    by

    This hotel opened in the fall of 2006, so it is new, in a new building, resulting in it having modern conviences and amentities of a first class hotel. It is located across the street from the London Bridge Train Station and Tube Station (we could see, but not hear, trains from our room.) The rooms are good sized and are furnished in a very modern style with dark woods. The bath was very large, with top of the line fixtures and stone and tile finishes. The guests were a mixture of business travelors and tourists. Reception was efficient and very friendly. The hotel is located between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, make sure you have the address of the hotel with you, I found a taxi driver who did not know where the hotel was (it is relatively new.)

    This was the nicest hotel I have stayed in, in London. I liked the fact that it was not overrun with tourists. The hotel is new, comfortable and impecably maintained.

    I booked and paid in advance on a non-refundable rate and the room cost me just over $200 USD per night, for two people, without breakfast.

    Unique Quality: The hotel is new, very modern in style with large bathrooms, and very comfortable furnishings.

    Directions: Across the street and just south of the London Bridge Train and Tube stop. The London at War and London Dungeon are across the street a couple of blocks away.

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Lovely hotel near Marble Arch (Hyde Park)

by bkathryn about Hilton London Metropole

We stayed 3 nights in this Superior First Class hotel. It was part of our package tour and it was very nice, indeed. The hotel was very close to amenities such as pubs and restaurants for dining, tube station, and Hyde Park. The lobby also seemed a madhouse on most occasions - it was very busy. But the room was very nice, if small.

C is for the cheapest deal in London

by sourbugger about St Katherine's Dock, London, UK

The best deal in London?

There is a catch (now there's a surprise)...you have to bring your own boat.

If you are a sailor however, then you can stay right in the heart of London at St Katherines Dock next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.

Berthing charges at Twenty-one pounds (up to 10M boats) may be relatively expensive compared to other moorings...but an absolute bargain for staying in the centre of London.

Cheapest place to stay in London....in Luxury

by sourbugger about St Katherine's Dock

One major drawback (now theres a surprise)...you have to bring your own boat.

If you are a sailor however, then you can stay right in the heart of London at St Katherines Dock next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.

Berthing charges at Twenty-one pounds (up to 10M boats) may be relatively expensive compared to other moorings...but an absolute bargain for staying in the centre of London.

Best view of Tower Bridge

by mimi9877 about Gouman Hotel

The staff was friendly but a bit clueless at times because the place is so busy! Managers are not to be found when needed. The room was amazing and the view spectaular. The location was great as it was next to Tower of London and near the Tube for travel around London. The price for the group rate was fantastic. Breakfast really hit the spot with hot and cold choices. Overall a great stay after check-in. The concierge was more than accomodating! great location

The Cool Mint

by 43beckos about The Mint Hotel Tower Bridge

Stayed here on a weekend break, and whilst this is not in the thick of the West End, it’s close proximity to Tower Hill tube station makes it a very good location for sightseeing in the day ( Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Clink Museum) and handy enough for the tube into town at night. In fact there are several restaurants and bars within easy walking distance of this hotel on both sides of the river if you don’t want to travel into the centre.
If you have stayed in a City Inn before, then you have stayed in a Mint Hotel, only the name has been changed.
Rooms are very modern with clean lines, Apple Macs provide both TV and internet access, The room has a work area which gives the rooms a bit of an office feel. Also although internet access is available via the Apple Mac, all rooms also have free wifi access, which had a good speedy connection.
Beds are very comfy, and the bathroom has a very good power shower in it, with a good supply of nice toiletries.
Breakfast is very good (recommend the omelettes), but not sure if I would pay the price asked if it wasn’t included in the room. ( There is a Weatherspoons 2 minutes away that do breakfasts much cheaper, but to be fair in fair less salubrious surroundings).

I would definitely stay in this hotel again. The Mint hotel has two jewels in its crown, one is the staff, who are all extremely well presented, friendly and knowledgeable, and the other is the rooftop bar, which commands stunning views across the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, and is equally impressive by day or night.

Y is for Years back in time

by sourbugger about Thistle Tower Hotel London

The hotel no longer sports the 'Thistle' logo as it has now been put into a new division of the company called 'Guomen'. It still has a way to go before it is seen as an exclusive brand.

I found a good deal for 79 pounds, posted it on the VT deal section and stayed there ready for the VT january meeting.

Unfortunately, if you book a cheap room you end up on an un-refurbished floor. It was probably the height of fashion in 1973, but the chocolate covered room (furnishings rather than food you understand) has had nothing done to it since. This type of room would be an embarrasment to a one-star hotel, yet alone a place that claims 4 stars.

I explained this at great length to the duty manager. To give him his due, he arranged a free upgrade. The new room was much more what one would expect. Only the horribe window fittings remained from the 1970's and they were probably protected as an design feature.

Therefore, if you do book this hotel, ensure you get one of the modern rooms.

Breakfast too is not up to scratch. The buffet was acceptable, but a 'full english' in a four-star should be individually cooked. Mine was lukewarm at best. I also asked for fresh coffee - and recieved a pot of stewed tea. To make matters worse the rooms was decorated with some cod medieval rubbish pertaining to the tower of London, and I could see people drinking proper coffee in a starbucks in the Dock are through the picture window.

MY wife commented that I had booked 'The tower', but the real 'Tower of London' would probably have been more comfortable. Well at least you get to wake up in the morning. Superb views of St Katherine's dock, the Tower of London or Tower Bridge.

Superb location then also - although it is a good 5 minute walk or more to the nearest tube.

The Tower Bridge

by StefanosS

The Tower Bridge as seen from Tower Pier.
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Walking along The Tower Bridge.

Walking along The Tower Bridge.

Under the Tower Bridge, looking at ST Katharine Docks.

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Forum Posts

Bathtubs at Hilton London Islington

by drummerliz

I just booked through priceline and got hilton London Islington, which looks fine, but I can't seem to find out if the rooms have bathtubs. I love soaking in a tub after a long day walking. Does anyone know the answer?

RE: Bathtubs at Hilton London Islington

by leics

According to their site the bathrooms have a 'hand-held shower' which suggests a bathtub is involved (shower serviced from bathtaps, probably).

RE: RE: Bathtubs at Hilton London Islington

by Spincat

Very rare to have a room without a bath in England - we like our tubs. You could email them to check

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Address: 5 More London - Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY, United Kingdom