Now dominated by the sleek triangular point of Europe’s tallest building; the Shard, this area once was a thriving dockland. Today, its design influence can be seen throughout the district with its premium restaurants, refurbished buildings and iconic Design Museum. The Tate Modern can be found just the other side of London Bridge, so you’ll never be far from culture! Meanwhile if you can drag yourself away from the hustle and bustle of Borough Market, London Bridge Station means that the rest of London is easily accessible via trains, tubes and buses, while direct trains to Gatwick Airport make foreign travel speedy and straightforward. When it comes to places to stay in London Bridge - we have it covered.
Our corporate serviced apartments in London Bridge are not only slick, but they also benefit from a great location - walking distance from both Borough underground station and London Bridge Station. Modern, contemporary fittings and stylish furnishings offer an ultra-modern feel while large glass windows provide natural light and great views across the area. Jet black furnishings are softened and complimented by timber flooring that help give you a feel of quality. With spacious living areas, fully functional kitchens and all modern amenities included (such as complimentary Wi-Fi) these apartments offer a comfortable and central stay in The City whether you are on an extended stay in London or looking for short stays in London Bridge.
London Bridge can only mean one place, and that’s Borough Market. It’s one of the capital’s oldest operating markets and celebrated over 1,000 years of trading in 2014. Surrounded by pubs and eateries, this vast market brings together a mix of the best ingredients in food. Fish, Bread, Spices, Fruit, Vegetables, Dairy and even Wine can all be found here, as well as meats, fresh flowers and of course, street food. Neal's Yard Dairy is world famous for its cheese - be sure to check it out - even if it’s to marvel at the sheer volumes stored there! London Bridge was originally built in Roman times and has featured in nursery rhymes, becoming an icon of London in its own right. Once used to display warnings to those against the crown, it also once had over 200 buildings located on it during Tudor times!
Its vibrant location and huge variety of shops and restaurants has resulted in the area being incredibly popular, meaning that transport links are always on the rise. Located in Central London, the area has good connections thanks to the Jubilee and Northern Lines. Very popular amongst cyclists (due to a large cycle shop nearby) and those visiting on extended stays in London, you will find that the area is accommodating to professionals and living in the area; the commute being either a short bus, train, tube or walk away from all of our corporate accommodation in London Bridge.
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