Premier Inn London Tower Bridge
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We didnt expect much for average of 80 pounds a night for 2 persons. We stayed 5 night. The location is 200 meters from towerbridge. Our room (126) was nice and quiet. Our room had a bathroom with bath ( we got fresh towels each day, room cleaned every day). Its was pretty big even had a couch in it and had a tv (about 12 channels). Negative things were that breakfast was 7,5 pounds per person. The tube was about 400 meters (Tower Hill or London Bridge). Positive was the 24 hrs supermarkt across the street (also selling alcohol). Bed was comfromtable!!!! When iam going to london again i will stay at the premier inn. If you dont want much extra facilities and a nice clean room for a good price. Go to premier inn
good location 10min walk to butlers wharf(great places to eat and drink) and tower bridge,hotel clean and tidy service good perfect place to stay as a base in london
Cheap, clean, and value for money
waht you see is what you get with travel inns, there cheap, clean, well maintained,
rooms are standard, tv, kettle etc, very comfy beds, i would avise anybody going
to london or anywhere in the country to use travel inns, why risk paying for another hotel that might be more expensive and you dont know what your geting, with travel inn,
the cheap, clean, and value for money.
Have just stayed 3 nights at this excellent hotel. In sight of Tower Bridge so is central at a very good rate.
It is evident that the staff all seem to have a good rapport with each other resulting in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. The hotel is extremely busy and the staff cope very well and work hard.
Very clean hotel and the food is good. The 2 downsides are the smoke in the bar area. we were unable to stay in this area and had to sit in the restaurant for a drink. Also the loud music playing in the mornings in the restaurant was a bit much. Too lively and loud if you prefer a quiet start to the day.
Apart from this we had a good visit.
My husband and I booked a room here for three nights as I was having outpatient treatment at St Barts hospital which is close by.
Because of this, I wanted a hotel that would be clean, quiet and somewhere I could rest to get over my treatment.
This hotel exceeded my expectations. Our room was huge with a lovely comfy, clean double bed and a spare bed, should we have needed it.
The bathroom was spotless with clean towels provided every day.
They don't provide room service but the restaurant is lovely and because I wasn't feeling up to leaving my room, my husband brought back food from the restaurant which was nicely prepared and covered to keep it fresh and hot.
I have stayed in London Hotels before and been very disapointed.
For the money you spend at a Premier Travel Inn, you can have no complaints.
I will definately be returning to stay at this hotel and hopefully in better circumstances, so I am able to enjoy the experience alot more.
I can highly recommend the Travel Inn at Tower Bridge.
Good place to stay at a reasonable price
Stayed here for 6 nights and had a very pleasant stay. The hotel is clean and friendly, the rooms were fine and had great room cooling capability - which was nice to have with it being quite warm. A room at the back is better as the traffic noise is somewhat less. I like these places because the third bed in the room is much better than a Z-bed.
Breakfast in the hotel was good value, plenty of choice and help yourself. We ate in the hotel restaurant for only 1 night, it wasn't that brilliant though. There are a good range of restaurants close by near the Tower Bridge itself - if you like Indian food I would recommend the Bridge Tandoori which is on the run up the bridge - food was brilliant. There are a range of swish restaurants at Butlers Wharf on the river bank.
I agree the tube stations are a little bit of a trek, especially with young child in tow. However, there are very good bus services. The RV1 bus goes from under the viaduct straight to Covent Garden - via London Bridge, Tate Modern, London Eye, Waterloo and takes about 20 mins - give or take. It is then only a short walk from there to The Strand and you can get a bus to Trafalgar Sq, Picadilly, Oxford St etc. We found this so much easier than the tube.
Another interesting note for car parking - the hotel charge £12 a day, but you cannot pre-book. It is also within the congestion charge zone. There is a Q-Park at Butlers Wharf - which is 5/10 mins walk - which is cheaper especially if you pre-book, and is secure and manned 24 hours a day, and outside the congestion charge zone.
I wouldn't hestitate in using this hotel again, but would also consider the travel inn at County Hall - bang next to the London Eye.
Good value in London
We booked 3 rooms for 1 night (May 24). The staff were friendly, pleasant and efficient. The rooms were large by UK standards, clean and beds were comfortable - mattresses were firm, unlike the squishy ones we normally end up with - and were therefore easy on our backs. It is easy accessible to public transport and taxis are readily available. If you're a breakfast person, the all you can eat breakfast buffet is very good value. We would defintely stay here again.
Good, but a little far out of the city
The hotel is what you would expect for the price but it is clean, the showers are very powerful and you are close to Tower Bridge which is spectacular in the evening. The tube station is a little far out and is a 10-15 minute walk away. We explored the local area and you are not too far away from some good places to eat and drink. Try the Hays Galleria which has a bar right on the river with views of Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast. For an evening meal try Shad Thames which has a number of bars and restaurants overlooking the Thames. It is an up and coming area so we would not rule out staying here again.
Tower of London Recommendation
My husband and I stayed at the Travel Inn Tower of London for 3 nights in April. Great area to stay. Hotel room was the largest I have seen in the city of London. Highly recommend. Very clean and very much like all the Travel Inn rooms we have stayed in throughout England. Staff very friendly. They have a bar and restaurant but we chose to eat at different areas throughout London. Good for the price!
The hotel is loacted about 10 mintues away from the London Bridge Tube station. Little bit of a walk but worth the stay.
Simple but pleasurable
I would definately recommend this hotel anyone wanting to visit London.
Easy accessible to transportation and a 'short' walk to Tower Bridge.
Very clean and comfortable. When making a reservation, I would recommend asking for a room on the backside of the hotel. Traffic can get annoying when your trying to sleep! Breakfast at Slice restaurant is excellent! Full of variety!
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