Looking for a good value hotel near London’s Tower Bridge? Check out our top value picks!
For the following selections, TravelMag.com’s hotel team compared the top 60 hotels, guest houses and inns in the area based on price, amenities and, in particular, client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of top value picks.
A classical four-star hotel just to the north of Tower Bridge, the Chamberlain is ideally placed to experience the beating heart of the city’s financial district alongside London’s epic history. The Tower of London is a minute’s walk to the south, and countless transport links allow easy access to the rest of the city. Free wi-fi is available, and the hotel’s restaurant is known for its relaxing atmosphere.
From: £89/ nightBook at Booking.com
Qbic Hotel London City
Finding a superb value-for-money boutique hotel in this part of London is not easy, which makes the Qbic all the more impressive. Rooms are designed for a good night’s sleep with sound-proofing, blackout curtains and excellent beds. A complimentary continental breakfast is available, and the hotel is just a short walk from all local amenities, tourist attractions and the sights and sounds of London’s famous East End.
From £69/ nightBook at Booking.com
A no-nonsense three-star option close to a number of intriguing attractions, including the Whitechapel Art Gallery and Brick Lane, home to some of the most exciting cuisine in London. The nearby Aldgate East station provides easy access to one of London’s most popular shopping centres, Westfield. Free wi-fi is included, with a full breakfast service available for an additional fee.
From £124/ nightBook at Booking.com
The Tower Hotel
As the name suggests, this hotel is mere metres from Tower Bridge itself. The hotel’s bar is especially impressive and offers superb views of the bridge and the River Thames, as well as nearby St Katherine’s Dock. Free wi-fi is available, but with so many excellent tourist attractions in the immediate vicinity, such as the Tower of London and the famous warship HMS Belfast, you’re unlikely to make much use of it.
From £119/ nightBook at Booking.com
Cheval Three Quays
For those with a little more to spend, the Cheval Three Quays is an excellent five-star option that will not break the bank. The hotel sits beside the Tower of London, allowing visitors to soak up the centuries of history and tales of Kings and Queens who have presided over the great fortress. HMS Belfast sits directly across the water, with the Shard skyscraper dominating the south London skyline. And of course, the hotel’s facilities are superb, including free Wi-Fi and an on-site fitness center.
From £181/ nightBook at Booking.com