|Distance to city centre||2.3 mi|
|Nearest airport||London Heathrow|
|Distance to airport||16.6 mi|
|"Great location happy hour great."||(in 337 reviews)|
|"Rooms nice.Staff friendly and helpful."||(in 189 reviews)|
|"Good food and comfy bed"||(in 158 reviews)|
|comfy bed||in 203 reviews|
|executive club||in 38 reviews|
|executive room||in 424 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 272 reviews|
|great hotel||in 185 reviews|
|great location||in 509 reviews|
|location and view||in 375 reviews|
|small room||in 479 reviews|
|staff helpful||in 314 reviews|
|tower bridge||in 198 reviews|
|view from the room||in 517 reviews|
|view of the thames||in 74 reviews|
Noise from wedding music way after midnight. Slow check in and check out
Uncomfortable ironing board
Significant amount of outside noise, at second floor level. Beds very uncomfortable.
The location of this hotel is unbelievable! It literally sits right on the Thames river, and the view of the Tower bridge is stunning!! Not to mention it’s incredibly beautiful on the inside, it has fantastic amenities and the restaurant inside is wonderful! It’s also a very simple walk across the bridge to the other side to get to the Tower of London and a plethora of other restaurants and shopping venues. The cost was incredibly low for what type of hotel this is, and I will absolutely recommend anyone to stay here for a gorgeous and accessible view of London!!
The parking garage is relatively small, so if you’re driving in your own car on the weekend, be aware. We had a hard time parking.
They aren’t kidding when they say “your room has a view!”
I began laughing and celebrating my good fortune the minute I opened the door to my room at the Tower Hotel. The wall opposite the door had a large picture window with the most incredible view of the wharf and Tower Bridge! I couldn’t believe how wonderful the location of this hotel was and how nice my room was. A short walk to the bridge itself, the Tower of London was next door. A short walk to the Tube station and a sightseeing boat that boards in front of the hotel. Friendly, competent hotel staff and a comfy room. You’d think it would be noisy so close to the bridge, but not a problem. Good blackout curtains too! Great stay!
Hotel breakfast was fine, but there are also good options on St. Katherine’s Docks just behind the hotel. There is also a Tesco store and a Starbucks for even more options. Both are within the block of the hotel.
The location and views provided by The Tower are perfect for touring London!
Modern version of hell
crazy hot place , slow elevators , old and stinky place , did not we say hell ?
Nice service and awesome view but the hotel is out
the view of the tower extremely nice service (besides check in) proximity to a supermarket, tube
the room is outdated and clearly needs painting job the hotel lobby smells! the room is very small
I would never recommend or go back to this hotel. Horrible value should have stayed at the Four Seasons for an extra 50.00 a night
This was one of the worst hotel experiences I've had in a very long time. The hotel was very poorly represented about who they are as a brand, quality of hotel, and by far not valued at 4 or 5 stars as they claim to be. Our first room was a deluxe with tower view. The carpet had tears in it, we had a leaky faucet, and later that evening we discovered the air conditioning didn't work. After many discussions with the front desk their solution was to move us to a twin bed room and put a fan in the room to cool it down. While moving our bags at 11;30 PM the bellman told us this happens quite often and they don't have maintenance on staff anymore. Having worked in hospitality and hotels all my career this is a clear sign to me that the hotel doesn't value their service levels. When having a hotel of over 700 rooms without maintenance on staff you're going to consistently have unhappy customers with service failures. I urge them to put this job back on payroll as it will help your service records considerably. After 3 phone calls the manager on duty Marga was helpful and compd breakfast and upgraded us to a suite the next night. These are all nice but it seemed like we were having to explain to them they needed to do something rather than them being apologetic about the horrible situation of our room and the huge inconvencice.
The air conditioning not working and the room needing some updating
Situated within walking distance of Aldgate Bus Station, The Tower Hotel London provides guests with an ideal base while visiting London. It presents views of the Tower Bridge, and overlooks the city.
Guests can make the most of the outdoors on the terrace or enjoy a beverage at the bar. Free wireless internet is provided for those guests wishing to stay connected while travelling. Just minutes from nearby clubs and bars, this 4-star hotel also allows guests to explore the best of the local nightlife.
Rooms at The Tower Hotel London provide a stylish space to unwind, complete with a flat-screen TV. They feature a bathtub, a telephone and an in-room safe.
The hotel's in-house restaurant, The Brasserie, is a popular place to enjoy a meal. Breakfast is available each morning and can be savoured in the comfort of the rooms. A choice of dining options are also available in close proximity to the property.
London's popular tourist spots are within close proximity to the hotel, with City Hall and Tower of London only a short stroll away. Shard London Bridge and Aldgate Tube Station are within walking distance.
Based on 10,821 reviews
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