4 star classic hotel
7 - 9 Copthall Avenue, Moorgate, EC2R7NJShow on map
In a superb City of London location, Apex London Wall Hotel is central for transport connections. Moorgate is the closest London station (0.2 miles away) and serves the following Underground Lines: Circle,... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
7 Gracechurch Street, Monument, EC3V 0DRShow on map
Club Quarters Gracechurch Hotel is in between the most famous buildings in the City of London. Lloyd’s of London, The Royal Exchange and Merchant Taylors' Hall are 0.2 miles away, The Bank of England and... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
5 Threadneedle Street, Bank, EC2R 8AYShow on map
Threadneedles Hotel is extremely well located in the City of London and also central for transport. The closest station to Threadneedles Hotel is Bank, 0.2 miles away, which serves the Docklands Light Railway... Read More »
5 star urban cool deluxe hotel
40 Liverpool Street, Liverpool Street, EC2M 7QNShow on map
"This exclusive Liverpool Street hotel prides itself on its levels of service" A luxurious 5-Star hotel, Andaz Liverpool Street is the perfect place to stay if you are in London for business or pleasure. The... Read More »
5 star deluxe modern hotel
10 Godliman Street, St Pauls, EC4V 5AJShow on map
Grange St Paul’s is close to many London attractions. St Paul’s Cathedral is a few hundred feet from the door and it is a short walk (0.2 miles) to the north bank of the River Thames. Cross the... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
No 1 Seething Lane, Fenchurch St, EC3N 4AXShow on map
Apex City of London Hotel is located in the eastern part of the City of London on Seething Street London EC3. Opened in 2006, this 4-star contemporary hotel has gained immediate popularity both for its high... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
Bankside, 34 Park Street, Southwark, SE1 9EFShow on map
Premier Inn London Southwark, Bankside, is a modern budget hotel. It is very close to London Bridge tube and mainline railway stations (0.3 miles away), in Travelcard Zone 1. London Bridge Underground is... Read More »
Apartment - 4* contemporary
196 Bishopsgate, Bishopsgate, EC2M 4NRShow on map
"Opposite Liverpool Street Station in the heart of the city" 196 Bishopsgate is ideally located in the heart of the Financial City of London close to numerous shops, restaurants, and cafes at the nearby... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
24 Ludgate Hill, St Pauls, EC4M 7DRShow on map
"Stay at your own club in the City of London for the perfect base from which to do business" In the City of London, Club Quarters St Pauls is a superb place for corporate travellers to stay. Club Quarters are... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
7 Pepys Street, Fenchurch St, EC3N4AFShow on map
"The Skylounge bar features a glass-roofed balcony with panoramic views of the River Thames" The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, the former Mint Hotel, is a stylish contemporary hotel located in one of the... Read More »
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Located at the north and south of King William Street in the City of London are Bank and Monument tube stations. The two stations are interlinked and together officially known as the Bank-Monument Complex, however each have their own entrances/exits, platforms and services. Bank is serviced by the Central line (red) between St Paul's and Liverpool Streetstations, the Northern line (black) between London Bridge and Moorgate stations, it is the terminus for the Waterloo & City line (light green) and the western terminus for the Docklands Light Rail (DLR). Monument is serviced by the District & Circle lines (green, yellow) between Cannon Street and Tower Hill stations.
Bank is the heart of London's financial sector, the Square Mile, and Bank Underground is positioned on Princes Street at the junction of Cheapside, Threadneedle Street, Cornhill, Princes Street, Queen Victoria Street, Walbrook, King William Street with the grand buildings of the Bank of England, the Royal Exchange and Mansion House in the immediate vicinity. In fact, most of the buildings within the area are of magnificent architecture making the district a pleasure to explore. North of the station on the other side of the Bank of England is the church of St Margaret Lothbury, one of the 40 or so churches in the City that is definitely worth visiting. West of here along Gersham Street is Guildhall with the Guildhall Art Gallery on the eastern side of the main courtyard, the Clockmakers Museum is around the corner on Aldermanbury and north of here (north-west of the station), on the other side of London Wall, is the Museum of London and the Barbican Theatre & art gallery.
North-east of the station is the glass, diamond-clad Gherkin which at 590ft high is only a fraction shorter than the City's tallest building Tower 42 located on Old Broad Street just north-east if the station. Previously the NatWest Tower, Tower 42 houses a bar on the top floor called Vertigo 42 from where you can sip on champagne whilst enjoying panoramic views over London. Another of the many places to dine or drink in is No.1 Lombard Street. - This City institution, opposite the station, is a restaurant, bar & brasserie serving modern European food, and although the prices are high it's a great spot for business lunches, for holding events, after work drinks, sipping cocktails or champagne at the bar and for impressive dinner dining.
If you head west from the station along Cheapside you'll bump into St Paul's tube station which is right by St Pauls Cathedral and a short walk south-west of the station is Southwark Bridge where on the other side of the River Thames is Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Rose Theatre and Tate Modern to the right, and to the left is the Vinopolis, the Golden Hinde and Southwark Cathedral.
Monument Station is a 5 minute walk south-east of Bank Station down King William Street which leads onto London Bridge, and the Tower of London is south-east of the station. North-east of Monument Station is The Lloyds Building which is an interesting and innovative architectural sight to say the least, and directly south of the station on Monument Street is The Great Fire Monument; the world's tallest isolated column which was built in commemoration of The Great Fire of London of 1666. Just east of here on Pudding Lane is the bakery where the fire began and if you have the energy you can climb to the top of the Monument to take in the view.