“London Waterloo is surrounded by major attractions like the Tate Modern, London Eye, The Jubilee Gardens, London Dungeon, The Old Vic Theatre and the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.“
For all tourists who are planning to visit UK and in need of special offers and easy access to all attractions, nothing beats the London Waterloo hotels and south bank of the Thames. Waterloo area is a great place for tourists to stay with over 180 hotels ranging from 3 – 4-star ratings.
The hotels in London Waterloo and the South Bank are reasonably priced from £99 – £293.
The hotels are slowly developing out of their foundations around the south bank of the Thames River.
What are the benefits of staying in London Waterloo Hotels?
Apart from good prices, if you are continuing your trip to Paris and rest of the Europe, the Eurostar is close by. London Waterloo is surrounded by major attractions like the Tate Modern, London Eye, The Jubilee Gardens, London Dungeon, The Old Vic Theatre and the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Visit the Florence Nightingale Museum, the Southbank Centre, SEA Life London Aquarium, or alternatively, visit the Borough Market with its wealth of pavement cafés and restaurants surrounded with outlets to have a relaxing vacation!
On the opposite side of the river over the Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, you find County Hall now housing the Marriott County Hall hotels and Premier Inn’s and several other large 4-star hotels consisting of the famous Park Plaza hotel.
Bars and restaurants in London Waterloo:
London Waterloo offers some of the great cuisine offered by the various restaurants, Bars and Pubs.
Restaurants like Master Super Fish and The Table or Bars like Skylon, Anchor & Hope.
Type of Hotels in London Waterloo:
The majority of the hotels belong to large chain hotels and primarily extravagance 4-star hotels like the Park Plaza and Marriott or for the no frills budget chain hotels you can stay at the Holiday Inn Express, Premier Inn or Travelodge.
The hotels near Waterloo and County Hall are great hotels strung along or close to the Thames River. With a wee stroll across the bridge, you are in the heart of the city and with a walk along the south bank; it stretches as far as the Tower Bridge.
The Bank Side, South Bank and Waterloo are accessible from various places by bus and if you are spending more than one day buy yourself a visitor Oyster Card and one of the easiest ways to get around London.
As the area is not, as popular for visitors, the hotels in the area are much more affordable over weekends and if you are looking to feel comfortable, centrally located this is the place to be offering you with some great London Waterloo hotels special offers and you can check it out right here.
With a 5 minutes’ walk, you reach the major tourist attractions and popular for cruises out of Southampton and Dover with direct trains from Waterloo to the major Airports found in London.