EVENTS & HOTELS NEAR TOWER BRIDGE
A trip to London isn’t complete without getting your fill of Tower Bridge It’s an iconic structure within London's diverse mix of architecture, and since the 1880s has been a focal landmark. Made up of two bridge towers tied together by two horizontal walkways and with a distinctive blue and white colour scheme; it is truly unique.
From the upper walkways of the bridge, the view is quite spectacular. With the River Thames flowing beneath and a 360-degree view of the city’s skyline as far as the eye can see; it’s one of the best places to see London from above and one of the best bridges in the world.
HOTELS NEAR TOWER BRIDGE
THE TOWER HOTEL
1 minute walk to Tower Bridge
The Tower Hotel directly overlooks the magnificent Tower Bridge and is less than a minute’s walk from it, so it’s perfectly situated. As well as this proximity to Tower Bridge, the Tower Hotel is nestled in between St. Katharine Docks, the River Thames and the Tower of London, meaning there’s plenty to see and do right on your doorstep.
All rooms and suites are modern and stylish, whilst the Brasserie restaurant and Xi bar and lounge offer delicious food and drink against a stunning backdrop view. You could even treat yourself to the Tower’s famous afternoon tea.
THE ROYAL HORSEGUARDS HOTEL
22 minute journey on public transport to Tower Bridge
It’s just 6 stops on the London Underground to get from your door to Tower Bridge, making the Royal Horseguards Hotel a great base for your city stay. The stunning building and 5-star hotel overlooks the River Thames and has 360-degree views of the London skyline.
Fusing contemporary design with Victorian features, you can enjoy the original tiled floors and discover more about the intriguing spy history that comes with the Royal Horseguards Hotel.
THINGS TO DO NEAR TOWER BRIDGE
The HMS Belfast is Europe's only surviving Second World War cruiser and boasts an extensive naval history. Go onboard to learn what life was like aboard the ship, explore the decks and hear stories about the different crews over the years. To book tickets and check the opening time for the HMS Belfast visit the website.
This imposing, 96-storey skyscraper isn’t even a decade old yet and has already asserted itself as a landmark piece of architecture in London. Journey to the top to grab a drink, enjoy a meal and, most importantly, see the city from up high. To find out more about the shard and what is taking place there, visit The Shard website.
ST. KATHARINE DOCKS
St. Katherine Docks is central London’s only marina, offering cosmopolitan quayside dining, leisure and shopping. Opening back in 1828, the dock was once one of the biggest ports in the UK, known for its tea, rum and sugar, amongst many other things. To find out how to get to St. Katharine Docks and what is taking place there, visit the official site.