The Bermondsey Square Hotel

Address: Tower Bridge Rd, Bermondsey Square, London, England, SE1 3UN, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bermondsey area of London, is near Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, London Glassblowing Workshop, New Caledonian Market, and Cave Cru Classé.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


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          • Room service
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          TripAdvisor Reviews The Bermondsey Square Hotel London

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from London


          A travel blog entry by the_nicholsons on Aug 03, 2015

          3 comments, 8 photos

          ... shed a few tears every time we bought something (including food) as the prices of everything in London were hideous. Tip- never ever ever ever live in London unless you have lots of money because many tiny apartments in the city were over $5 million Australian dollars - it is even worse than Switzerland. Even I kind of felt sorry for Dad who is trying to make this trip affordable...Poor Dad. I would like to add that Dad received ...

          Kensington Palace and Marlborough House

          A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 17, 2015

          7 photos

          ... 1816.

          Princess Charlotte, daughter of King George IV, lived at Marlborough House until her death in 1817. It was at Marlborough House that the Adelaide Queen Dowager gave a wedding banquet for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1840. Victoria and Albert's son, Edward (Bertie) occupied the house after extensive alterations. After Edward's death, Queen Anne returned to Marlborough House and lived there until her ...


          A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 14, 2015

          2 comments, 12 photos

          Come nighttime, the seats on British Airways turned into almost full-size beds. The flight attendants, like proper British nannies, tucked us in and for the first time in over 50 years of international travel, I slept through the 'night' on the plane. Blissful!

          The drizzle that greeted us upon our arrival at Heathrow had turned into a steady rain by the time we reached Hyde Park and checked into our hotel, ...

          Ralph Fiennes

          A travel blog entry by sandrabourke on Apr 24, 2015

          7 comments, 7 photos

          ... to watch the play. Never taking my eyes off him. loved the play, great story. More a contrasting view on morality and the power of the 2 sexes. He played John Tanner. I had already read the synopsis 4 months ago so knew what was going to happen. A comedy of sorts. I simply stood and watched his movement, projection and his reaction. A master really. I was amongst all his fans. At interval a guy told me 4 seats were available just in front of me. Go and put my jacket on ...

          30-31 March: London

          A travel blog entry by johnny2015 on Mar 31, 2015

          4 photos

          ... there for a while, and then went out to dinner early, as we had to go to a play, The Railway Children.

          On the way to the play, we saw a bunch of people queuing up to get an photo of them going through to platform 9 3/4! We couldn't resist taking a photo.

          The play featured a real steam train, so we were eager to go in. We had seats right in the middle, so we were in on of the best positions when the play began. I really enjoyed it.