Distance from the Hotel: 6.5 MI/ 10.46 KM MILES
This hotel is in the city centre
Emirates Airline - Cable Car
London ExCeL Exhibition Centre
The O2 Arena and ICON O2
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Greenwich Market, Park and Maritime Museum
Tower of London
Tate Modern Museum
Nearest train station
Royal Victoria Station
Nearby convention centre
Distance to Hotel: 0.2 MI/ 0.32 KM East
Nearest subway station
Royal Victoria (Docklands Light Rail/DLR)
Outdoor Tennis: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM
Take a ride on the Emirates Air Line cable car, just a few minutes’ walk away from the hotel, and experience wonderful views over Canary Wharf and the Docklands area. This scenic cable-car ride over the River Thames connects the Royal Docks with The O2 arena, which offers many restaurants and bars, as well as a cinema, a bowling alley and live shows. You can pay for the ride with an Oyster card.
Relive the glory of the London 2012 Olympic Games with a visit to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, only 25 minutes away from the hotel on the DLR. You can go for a dip in the London Aquatics Centre pool, or take a trip up the ArcelorMittal Orbit observation tower, Britain's tallest sculpture, for sweeping views across London. Afterwards, enjoy a bite to eat at the Timber Lodge Café.
If you're looking for a peaceful, verdant place to relax near busy Canary Wharf, visit Crossrail Place, a tropical roof garden just a 10-minute DLR ride from the hotel. Part public gardens, part retail development, this spacious, modern precinct offers water views, as well as shopping opportunities and a variety of places to eat, drink and relax. Admission to the roof gardens is free.
Don't Go Home Without
Housed in a Georgian former warehouse a 10-minute DLR ride from the hotel, the Museum of London Docklands details the city’s history as a trading port from the late 18th century to the present. London’s involvement in the slave trade is examined in a thought-provoking sound-and-light show. One gallery explores the docks’ Victorian heyday, when London was the capital of the world's largest empire.
The Tube is usually the fastest way to travel around London. Buses are arguably a more pleasant means of transport, but be aware that they no longer accept cash payment on board. When you arrive in the city, buy a pay-as-you-go Oyster card in any Tube station – you can use it to travel on all the city’s buses and trains, and you are automatically charged the cheapest fare when you do.
Museum or Gallery
Distance to hotel: 2.5 MI/ 4.02 KM West
Distance to hotel: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM West
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