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Like the ritual of afternoon tea, Southwark has been a part of London’s culture for centuries. The neighbourhood is home to many of the city’s iconic landmarks—London’s most famous bridges, buildings, and museums are all located close to our corporate accommodation in Southwark. Weave your way across the Thames via the Tower, Millennium, or London bridges and be rewarded with panoramic views of historical and modern points of interest— Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern museum, London’s famous Borough market, and myriad pubs and restaurants are all here for you to explore.
Slick, stylish and sophisticated places to stay in Southwark - with a prime location too! Commuting or getting around from here is the definition of convenience due to it being walking distance from both Borough underground station and London Bridge Station. Modern, contemporary fittings and stylish furnishings offer a modern, home-from-home feel whilst large glass windows flood the place with natural light and great views across the area. 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 - ideal for short stays in Southwark or your extended stay in London
Thanks to a wealth of top attractions that pepper the traffic-free riverside path between Blackfriars Bridge and Tower Bridge, you won’t be struggling to find a place to indulge yourself - whether it be shopping, eating or drinking! Tower Bridge, the Millennium Bridge, Blackfriars Bridge, Southwark Bridge and London Bridge all connect the City of London to the borough. Looking for some culture? Then the Tate Modern art gallery, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Imperial War Museum and Borough Market are also within the borough.
The area is conveniently linked to St Paul’s and the City by the fabulous Norman Foster-designed Millennium Bridge, London’s first pedestrian-only bridge. The borough has a total of 7 underground tube stations, linking you to either the Jubilee line (ideal for visiting places such as The O2 Arena), Northern line (Camden Market, Bank) or Bakerloo Line (Piccadilly, Covent Garden). London Bridge has a large Bus depot where you can hop aboard one of the capital’s famous red double-deckers and conduct your very own sightseeing tour!