London Bridge Hotel

Address: 8-18 London Bridge Street, London, England, SE1 9SG, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near London Dungeon, The London Bridge Experience, Old Operating Theatre, and Capital Ring.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLondon Bridge Hotel

      Reviewed by jvitai88


      Reviewed Jul 11, 2012
      by (3 reviews) , Guyana Flag of Guyana

      Sir Quincy moved there since 2009 and now he's on Ireland :(

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      Historical Traveler Reviews London Bridge Hotel

      An excellent London Hotel


      We chose the London Bridge Hotel as we wanted to stay somewhere with a little bit of character. We had a lovely stay - hotel was nicely decorated, spotless, service was efficient, and for a London hotel the price was excellent. The Georgetown restuarant next door is highly recommended too!

      Valentine Break


      Had a fantastic stay, the room was clean and comfortable. Great Breakfast and super restaurant. A wonderful base for doing the toutisty things of London at a good price.

      Great stay at London Bridge


      We had a very nice stay at the London Bridge Hotel in February 2004. Our upgraded rooms were well above the standard expected for the price we paid which was ?75.00 per room per night. The bed was wonderful. The hotel was very clean, and all the staff friendly and helpful. If you have continental breakfast included then I would recommend paying the extra ?4.00 for the full English breakfast. The only downside was the cost of the bar drinks, ?11.00 for two bacardi and coke, this may be because I am not used to paying city prices and I wish I had taken my own to drink in the room. I would have no hesitation in staying at this hotel again and they even returned items left behind by my wife, we received them 2 days after we got home. Thank you London Bridge Hotel.

      Do Not Use This Hotel - we had items stolen from our room


      We left cash and property in our room on departure. When we realised we telephoned the hotel and they have denied all knowledge of any items being left. The manner in which this complaint has been dealt with is appalling. The reception staff have insinuated that we are liars and the General Manager Nicholas Cowell has rejected our claim due to "lack of proof".

      Good quality hotel


      Stayed at this hotel before christmas. Got a great rate on the internet and was definitely worth the money. The room was disappointingly small, but extremely clean and comfortable, as was the bathroom.Good buffet breakfast.

      Great value for money!


      Great hotel, great breakfast and great staff!. We stayed at the London Bridge Hotel between Christmas and New Year 2003 for 4 night and had a lovely stay. The room had all we needed including a very lovely and new bathroom with a bathtub. The rooms are not big but big compared to US standard however it had enough space for 5 days clothes and ALL our sales shopping (and we bought a lot). I work in a 4 star hotel myself and the London Bridge Hotel live totally up to it's 4 stars!. The hotel is also great located right next to London Bridge Tube and Rail station and the River Thames. ItĀ s in walking distance to Tower of London, Tate Modern, St. PaulĀ s and Tower Bridge.

      It was decent


      My husband and I stayed here last weekend for our first anniversary. I didn't want to spend a ton of money and found a 99 pound a night deal on lastminute. Anyway, I thought it was ok. The room was niceley decorated, but very small. The restaurant next door was nice -- and it was nice getting 20 percent off.We're stationed in England, so we'll go back to London and spend the night, but I think we'll probably go for a different hotel. Not that it wasn't nice, but I think we'd rather spend a little less next time, as long as it's clean. Also, the location wasn't great. Not horrible, but not great. Overall, I'd give this hotel a 3.5/5.

      Good Location and great deal


      when we arrived we were told we had a free upgrade to an excecutive room which pleased us. The room was great, had a nice modern feel and was fairly large. The only down side we experienced was at breakfast where there didnt seem enough staff to cope and we waited for a long time before we were asked what we wanted to drink and then we had to wait again to order some toast as we did not realise this was not part of the buffet breakfast.

      First Class Treatment at London Bridge Hotel


      This is a first rate hotel, giving fantastic value for money. It's located next to London Bridge railway station and it's really easy to get into the shopping district, just hop on the Jubilee Underground line to Oxford Circus.It's a four star and the staff there go above and beyond the call of duty to make you feel comfortable and well looked after.Booked it with london-discount-hotel gave us a brilliant rate and were very helpful as we asked them to request a first floor room for us.It's air-conditioned and our room was spacious.Adjoining the hotel are two great restaurants Borough and Georgetown Malaysian Restaurant. As guests st the hotel we even got a 20% discount off our bill at the Georgetown.Highly recommend this hotel and will of course stay again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews London Bridge Hotel

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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