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London Eye Hotels
A visit to the London Eye is now such an indispensable part of a visit to the capital that many people choose to stay nearby to get the most out of their visit.
Our hotel selections in the London Eye area:
South Bank – Waterloo
There’s plenty to do in the local area and London’s West End is only a short trip away either by public transport or on foot via Waterloo and Hungerford bridges. When night falls, the South Bank has a wide variety of restaurants and bars to satisfy the hungry and thirsty guest.
London Marriott Hotel County Hall *****
The nearest hotel to the attraction features stunning views of the River Thames and London Eye from many of its rooms. The five-star Marriott forms part of the old Greater London Council building and features elements of the grace and grandeur of the former local government seat. Best of all it’s just a few steps from the Eye.
Plaza on the River *****
On the banks of the river Thames, the Plaza on the River is opposite the Tate Britain Art Gallery, and has great views of the famous landmarks including the London Eye and Houses of Parliament.
Park Plaza County Hall ****
Also sharing a County Hall address, the four star Park Plaza offers the same proximity for the Eye as the Marriott above, but at more attractive prices.
Park Plaza Riverbank London****
Great views form this modern hotel on the Albert Embankment, 5-10mins walk from Eye. Amy Winehouse stayed here for a week in February 2008 while preparing for her BRIT awards performance. The ‘Rehab’ singer left her room in such a state, cleaners spent UKP3,000 repairing the wooden floor alone. Rest assured for your stay all will be spic-and-span.
Novotel London Waterloo ***
Opposite Lambeth Palace, close to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Modern hotel, ten minutes walk from the London Eye.
Slightly further down river is the historic Southwark area. Home to Shakespeare’s Globe and a vibrant selection of bars and restaurants, the area is ten to fifteen minutes walk from the London Eye (or a short tube/bus ride).
The Mercure Hotel, Bankside ****
The Mercure Hotel is located close to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, St Paul’s Cathedral and Tate Modern Gallery.
Southwark Rose Hotel ***
Modern, boutique style hotel on Southwark Bridge Road, ten minutes walk from the London Eye. Exclusive discounts available via LondonNet.
Express by Holiday Inn, Southwark ***
Contemporary hotel on Southwark Street, offering modern facilites and great value rates.
The Mad Hatter, Blackfriars ***
Traditional hotel on Stamford Street between the Tate Modern Gallery and the London Eye.
North Bank – Charing Cross/The Strand
Alternatively, choose a hotel on the north bank of the river and stay closer to the heart of London’s West End and its world famous theatres, culture and nightlife. Several, including The Savoy, The Howard and Royal Horseguards enjoy breathtaking river views with some rooms overlooking the London Eye itself.
The Fairmount Savoy Hotel *****
Art Deco masterpiece whose past patrons include Oscar Wilde and Gene Kelly
Swissotel: The Howard London *****
Modern style with stunning views
Thistle Royal Horseguards Hotel **** Deluxe
This hotel occupies the Old Scotland Yard building, former home to the Metropolitan Police, perfect for Sherlock Holmes devotees