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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 and Waterloo & City, Northern Line (Bank branch) and Central Line on the Underground. Bank also interconnects with Monument Underground station, serving the District and Circle Lines. DLR trains run directly between Bank and London City Airport. The nearest mainline railway station is Liverpool Street, 0.3 miles away. Cannon Street station is 0.4 miles away and Fenchurch Street station is 0.5 miles away. Stations in this area are in Travelcard Zone 1. For cars, the area is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone.
A classic City hotel, Threadneedles is in the oldest part of the capital and in the heart of London’s financial district. The Bank of England – The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street – is 0.2 miles away, Lloyd’s of London is 0.3 miles away, 30 St Mary Axe (the Gherkin) is 0.3 miles away and many major banks and businesses have prestigious offices in the area. The hotel is surrounded by impressive historic buildings. The medieval Merchant Taylors’ Hall is a few feet away, The Royal Exchange and St Mary Woolnoth church, designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, are 0.2 miles away. Other nearby attractions are Spitalfields (0.6 miles away), St Paul’s Cathedral (0.7 miles), the Tower of London (0.7 miles) and the Barbican (0.8 miles). London’s West End, with famous theatres, shops, restaurants and nightlife, is a short tube or taxi ride away. If you need help planning your activities, the hotel’s concierge is happy to assist.
At one time a Victorian bank, Threadneedles boutique hotel has a style that mixes old with new and grandeur with simplicity, including a stained glass dome dating from 1856, contemporary bedrooms and modern European food in the restaurant. Guests can choose from 70 luxury double, deluxe double, executive king, studio, suite and penthouse room types. At the top end of luxury, The Terrace Suite and The Loft can be combined to create a four-room apartment with a private balcony overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral. Guests can benefit from personalised business cards on arrival, air conditioning and complimentary services including Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, tea and coffee, shoeshine, water on turndown, newspaper and luxury toiletries. Rooms have a hairdryer, personal laptop safe, bathrobe, slippers, iPod docking stations with radio and alarm clock, music library, trouser press and ironing board, 24-hour room service, Egyptian cotton bed linen, private bar, satellite channels and PPV movies, plasma TV in the bedrooms and bathroom, DDI telephone line, voicemail, broadband, fax and modem point.
Threadneedles hotel was voted the City’s best restaurant for breakfast by CityAM in 2007. Its sausage supplier makes Threadneedles sausages to a unique recipe, using three cuts of pork with little fat. You can choose between traditional English, Continental and New York breakfasts as well as a healthy breakfast and one designed to give you energy. Eggs can be served how you want and there is a wide range of fruit juices, coffees and teas. Speciality breakfasts are also available. Bonds Restaurant and Bar at the hotel prepares modern European cuisine and has a relaxing environment for lunch and dinner.
Threadneedles can help you arrange business meetings and social events, including private meetings, private dining, weddings, Champagne receptions and afternoon tea.
The hotel welcomes disabled guests. There are lifts, floors suitable for wheelchairs and accessible rooms. If you notify the hotel of your needs before your arrival, staff can arrange whatever help is required, including wheelchair-suitable taxis from your airport or station. The hotel does not have onsite car parking, but there is a drop-off bay opposite.