4 star classic hotel
St Katherines' Way, Tower Hill, E1W 1LDShow on map
Tower Hotel, on the bank of the River Thames next to Tower Bridge, is convenient for the financial and commercial areas of the City and Docklands as well as the bright lights of the West End. The hotel is 0.4... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
5 More London Place, Tooley Street, London Bridge, SE1 2BYShow on map
The Hilton Tower Bridge is a 245 room, 4 star hotel based in Southwark, South East London. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground System. The closest tube station to the Hilton Tower Bridge is London Bridge.... Read More »
37 Tanner Street, SE1, London Bridge, SE1 3LFShow on map
These serviced apartments in a Grade II listed warehouse conversion are just off Tower Bridge Road, in South East London. London Bridge mainline railway station and Underground station, serving the Jubilee... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
159 Tower Bridge Rd, London Bridge, SE1 3LPShow on map
Recently refurbished, Premier Inn London Tower Bridge offers good quality budget accommodation. It is on the South Bank of the River Thames on the approach road to Tower Bridge. Tower Hill tube station,... Read More »
5 star deluxe modern hotel
Coopers Row, London, Tower Hill, EC3N 2BDShow on map
This luxury, modern, 5-Star hotel is perfect for sightseeing as well as for easy access to London’s business and financial centres. Less than a third of mile away is the entrance to the Tower of London... 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 »
4 star contemporary hotel
10, Pepys Street, Tower Hill, EC3N 2NRShow on map
"Just 5 minutes’ walk from the Tower of London" This 4-star hotel in the City of London is very close to the Tower of London. St Katharine Docks, a waterside leisure complex with cafes, restaurants and a... 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 »
7 Leathermarket Street, London Bridge, SE1 2RUShow on map
Hotel Information These newly-built serviced apartments are 0.4 miles from London Bridge rail and tube stations, which are in Travelcard Zone 1. London Bridge Underground station is served by the following... Read More »
Search for cheap hotels near City Hall London
London's City Hall may be where many divisive policies are mooted amongst the Mayor of London, the London Assembly and the Greater London Authority, but even the building itself has caused controversy in the past. Located close to Tower Bridge, in an area filled with historic buildings, City Hall's most recent incarnation is an ultra modern, glass-plated abstract structure, which has more in common with the "Gherkin" (unsurprisingly as both are designed by architect Norman Foster) than the ornate, late 19th century towers of the historic bridge. It has been unflatteringly compared to a headlamp, but despite criticism, the building still stands and focus has shifted to the goings on inside the building, which often have a direct impact on Londoner's daily lives.
"There are two official London Mayors"
There are two official London Mayors, the Lord Mayor of the City of London and the mayor of London; however, the Lord Mayor of the City of London title is only valid within the boundaries of the ancient City of London and is largely a decorative title, whilst the Mayor of London is a role which covers the whole of London and Greater London. Whilst the Lord Mayor of the City of London has been an official role since the 12th century, the Mayor of London title has only been awarded since 2000, when Ken Livingstone was elected. The Mayor is chosen by Supplementary Vote and holds the title for a fixed term of four years.
"The Mayor has made a significant impact on the city"
Each candidate is chosen due to their policies and occasionally their public persona, but having a London Mayor has made a significant impact on the city, with the introduction of Boris bikes to help curb carbon emissions and fuel usage, scramble crossings to help cut down on pedestrian congestion in central London, improved tube lines and transport and the plans to build a new remote airport to help increase air traffic, so the Mayor has to have a great understanding of his constituency's needs and keep the city's interest in mind.
"Close to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London"
If you want to see the powerhouse that is City Hall at work, you can arrange a tour of the building when you visit and there is a full programme of exhibitions throughout the year, including art shows and shows dedicated to London history. City Hall is also home to the London Kitchen Cafe, so you can grab a snack after your tour. City Hall is located close to many of London's famed sights, including Tower Bridge, the HMS Belfast and the Tower of London, so it is a good idea to stay in a hotel in the area. There are plenty close by, many with stunning views of the River Thames. The Guoman at the Tower Hotel is a chic and sophisticated hotel with a fantastic rooftop bar and a good range of amenities for business travellers. Novotel London Tower Bridge offers comfortable rooms and reliably good service. City Hotel" href="grange-city-hotel-212.html" target="_self">Grange City Hotel offers elegant 5-star accommodation with a state of the art gym and spa, and The Chamberlain Hotel offers traditional fittings and fixtures for an old-English experience.