London Bridge Hotel

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London Bridge Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 138

8-18 London Bridge Street - London - England - SE1 9SG - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | 44 02078552200
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t work!

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed here for 5 nights during the second last week of October 2004. Convenient location, clear and tidy room, and thoughtful in-room facilities, you have everything you need in a hotel room.
I was very happy during my stay, but my husband was quite disappointed with the unconnectable in-room internet as he was on business. We reported the problem the 1st night and was told it would be attended by an expert the next day. Unfortunately the problem kept unresolved when we left. The mentioned computer expert was never available - everytime when we called for help the expert was either off-duty or was not around. We finally got a written reply from the hotel and was told we were the only hotel guests encountered such problem, so the possible reason would be the Firewall setting in our computer. Well, in fact we inactivated it when we'd found the problem the first night.
The problem disappeared when we're back home, and we didn't have such problem using in the US, Canada, and even China. So if you are on business and access to the internet is a must - try your luck!

Business user recommended

from pspf
I was in London on business and stayed here for 3 nights because my meeting was close by. I was put in the new wing on the 1st floor and unfortunately this was situated above a bus stop, so it was a bit noisy, but the windows are double paned. Internet cost 10GBP per night- this was a bit expensive. English breakfast was included in the rate I paid 130GBP per night. The continental breakfast was quite good too. The room was newly decorated as was the bathroom. The room service menu was quite good. The jubilee line 5 stops from the station takes you directly into the West End.

Great Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed 3 nights for a long weekend, and after reading all the previous reviews we were not disappointed, yes the room was small, but it was clean, tidy and nicely decorated, if staying again we may upgrade to larger room. All staff were pleasant and attentive (including the Georgetown staff - if eating there the 'Singapore Sling' is a must).

I was more than happy with the continental breakfast and the better half was happy to pay the extra £4.00 for the full English

It was easy to get to all the tourist sites by tube, cab or on foot. We would definately stay at this hotel again and have no qualms in recommending it to anyone.

* Was disappointed to find no tea/coffee making facilities in the room - until I started to unpack and found them in the top drawer!!!! - a clever way to keep the surfaces clutter free

Nice hotel, good location

from A TripAdvisor Member
The location is excellent, transportation, services, bars, restaurants and the City are all closeby. And not to forget Soutwark itself.

The hotel is modern and well equiped. We were bumped to the very luxurious apartments nextdoor. A nice touch, since we booked a standard room at a competitive discount rate. (Hey, we're from Holland).

Points for improvement are the hectic and cramped breakfast room. (But there's a food hall in the adjacent railway station.) And the hotel staff expects you to sign for a hefty deposit on the credit card on checkin.

Loved it!

from A TripAdvisor Member
While studying abroad in Ireland last semester my friend and I decided to spend a few days exploring London and Paris (May 2004). The London Bridge Hotel was excellent and I'd recommend it to anyone! Our flight was delayed so we didn't arrive until just after midnight but the staff were all perky and extremely nice, a good thing to have after a while day stuck in an airport. The rooms were large in European standards and absolutely beautiful. They also had a great breakfast in the morning. The location was perfect too. It's yards from the Tube station (which may be a little loud, but not any more than other hotels) and it's right along the Thames bank. It was well within walking distance to many attrations including the Globe theater and the Tower of London. I really loved this hotel and would go back in a flash!

Clean, nice, and reasonably priced

from sudbury99
I am a business traveler, and this hotel is very convenient to the financial district in London (5-10 minute walk or take the tube, which is across the street). My room was "old school" London (small, somewhat dark, but clean and well kept). Bathrooms have been updated. My co-worker was upgraded to one of the newer rooms. They are definitely the rooms to be in if at all possible. They are large (with a king bed - a rarity in London!) and have internet access and a much better view.

This hotel would be appropriate for leisure travelers as long as you are willing to jump on the tube to get to the main attractions. There is not much immediately around the hotel.

Staff was friendly, though my contact was limited to the desk staff and doormen. I did not try any of the restaurants in the hotel.

My only complaint is the mini-bar refiller person who entered my room even though the dead bolt was engaged (note to self...the dead bolt has no meaning when someone has a master key!).

Great value

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I recently stayed 5 days at this hotel. Although our room was small we were impressed with its cleanliness. The staff were helpful, the continental breakfast was great and the location was perfect. The trains nearby were a bit noisy during the day but we had no trouble sleeping at night. We would definitely stay there again.

Great hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed in the basic twin room on the 23 August 2004. On first entering this hotel we were extremely pleased at the politeness of the staff and how professional they were. The room was very clean and we found it perfectly adequate for what we wanted. We only had the continental breakfast but it was very good. Tube station was just round the corner so no long treks with the luggage.
Overall I would recommend this hotel, only a 10/15 min tube ride to west end and attractions but far enough away from hustle and bustle to get a good nights sleep.

t use it pls

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is a very terrible hotel. The rooms are ok but service is totally crap. We asked to pay a supplement for the traditional English breakfast. The Restaurant Manager came to say that if we were not satisfy with their breakfast, he would pay our breakfast outside and asked us to get out. He said that in a very very rude manner and claimed that we were not his guest but hotel's guest? He was also shouting that we should get out from his restaurant if we were not happy?!!!! Reported him to the General Manager but got no decent applogies. This man came to applogize with his manager but claimed it was not his fault. We were treated with no respect. Please don't use this hotel. There is a problem with the hotel's management.

The London Bridge Hotel was a good location for sight seeing

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed in the London Bridge Hotel which was very nice and clean. The staff was helpful and any request was taken care of swiftly. A continental breakfast was provided and was more like a small buffet which was really good considering food prices in London. The hotel was located very close, across the street, from the "tube station", the railroad station, and the bus station. There was a bus stop very close to the front door.
There were several tourist sites within easy walking distance and many restaurants. I was not impressed with the food. I wanted to try "English" food but really didn't find much that was really good even in those highly advertised on the net. Food was very expensive and the exchange rate for USD to Pounds made it almost twice as much for Americans. If I visited again, I would probably eat at Burger King and the places in the "tube" stations.

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Direction from tube Make sure when you come off the tube you follow signs to Borough High Street, you then come out of station turn right, right again and you're there.

Good advice on saving on London public transport Buy a daily tube card (5.10 GBPounds) if you're in London for under 4 days. It's the cheapest way to go. One-way ticket is 4 GBP, so the 5.10 you'll invest is a bargain (and you can use it as many times as you wish during the day (day goes from the time you buy the ticket until 4 a.m. the next morning).

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  • Address: 8-18 London Bridge Street - London - England - SE1 9SG - United Kingdom
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