When planning your next trip to London be sure to include some of our top 5 tours in your itinerary.
Address – 1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF
When sightseeing in London why not visit its highest Public Garden that will give you panoramic views of the City. The Sky Garden Is located inside the Walkie Talkie building and a short 8 minutes walk from our hotel. It’s completely free to visit and they offer a fabulous Bar and rooftop Restaurant onsite. It’s been ranked number 14 of things to do on TripAdvisor in London.
Experience the horrifying tour of “Jack the Ripper” that rocked the East End for over 130 years. Get the first-hand story and how he got away with his heinous crimes. The tours run every day and the meeting point is located at Exit 3 Aldgate East Station
Approx. 10 minutes from Hotel
Borough Market is another top London attraction, located at London Bridge, it’s one of London’s popular food markets open mid-week from 8 am-5 pm, and on a Saturday from 8 am-5 pm. The market offers a cheesemonger, an array of Fish, Chocolatiers, Artisan foods, Spanish Tapas, spirits, and restaurants.
You can walk from the Hotel to London Bridge in 20 mins or you can take the District line from Aldgate East station and depart the hotel at Monument. Take the tube towards Morden and depart at London Bridge.
Approx. 15 minutes from Hotel
The Clayton City of London Hotel is very near St Pauls iconic landmark that sits on Ludgate Hill which is the highest point of the City of London. The Cathedral dates back to the 17th Century and was partially restored after the Great Fire of London.
You can visit the Cathedral daily and there is a fee. Doors open daily from 10 am. You can walk from the hotel to Liverpool St and take the central line to Bank. Take the Central line towards North Acton and depart the train at St Paul’s Station. Leave St Pauls St and the Cathedral is just a 1-minute walk from the Station.
Approx. 25 minutes from Hotel
Located on London’s South Bank, and first opened in 1976 all guests can experience historic events in gory detail with a mixture of live actors, special effects, and rides. The Queen’s Walk, Bishop’s, London SE1 7PB
The closest tube station to the London Dungeons is Waterloo. Depart the hotel, turn left and walk straight on Fenchurch street for 3 minutes, and you will see Aldgate Tube st on your left-hand side. Take the circle line towards the embankment. Depart the train at Embankment and take the Northern Line to Waterloo, and follow the signs for the London Eye. The dungeons are next to this.
Looking for more things to do on your trip to London? You can find everything you need on our online concierge , let us help plan your visits to the best attractions London city has to offer.