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|Distance to city centre||3.5 km|
|Nearest airport||London City|
|Distance to airport||8.9 km|
|"Location and amazing rooftop bar."||(in 252 reviews)|
|"Great location, clean & spacious!."||(in 374 reviews)|
|"Great views and excellent service!."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"The rooms are very small."||(in 6 reviews)|
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|bar amazing||in 246 reviews|
|central london||in 104 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 200 reviews|
|cookie on arrival||in 111 reviews|
|good breakfast||in 384 reviews|
|great hotel||in 285 reviews|
|great location||in 530 reviews|
|great views||in 25 reviews|
|rooms were small||in 19 reviews|
|sky lounge||in 436 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 647 reviews|
|tower hill||in 162 reviews|
|tube station||in 71 reviews|
Hotel was amazing and the views on the roof top bar were unreal . Only thing which let it down was the room very small and dated expected more from a Hilton room
Room see above
The hotel was nice but Alfredo at the reception was great and very helpful. He was kind and walked an extra mile for me.
Good hotel, very clean and great friendly staff
More spacious than a typical hotels in Europe. Great location.
Easy access to the Olympic Park, this contemporary custom made hotel is in the heart of London’s financial district. Located beside the Tower of London and built on the site of the medieval Crutched Friars Monastery, Samuel Pepys House and the 18th Century Naval College, the hotel is in one of the key historical and tourist areas of London. With its blend of modern design and high quality facilities, this is the biggest hotel of its kind in the City of London. • Stylish guestrooms with flat screen TVs, • Luxury suites and Executive rooms • 10 meeting rooms - with built-in audio and natural daylight • Complimentary WiFi available in the public areas
based on 12,304 reviews
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- Nice building
- Wonderful sightseeing
- Friendly service
- Great view
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at DoubleTree by Hilton London - Tower of London
What is the surcharge for parking at the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London?
Despite being situated in the heart of the bustling city, the hotel has a designated public parking lot just around the corner, which makes it an especially attractive choice for guests coming with a car. Valet parking services, however, are not part of the amenities and self-parking is charged at approximately £30 (about $38) per night.
How can guests get from the airport to the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London?
With public transport, guests can be at this hotel from Heathrow Airport in just over 1h. Connected to the public London transport underground network, Heathrow makes it very easy with the Piccadilly line that goes directly to Earl’s Court. From here you can change to the District line and exit at Tower Hill to be just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. When coming from Gatwick airport, you can opt for the Gatwick Express, Southern line, or Thameslink to Victoria Station, from where the Circle or District line go to the hotel. With only 50m, this connection is even quicker.
What is part of the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London’s conference facilities?
Whether a lecture, banquet, reception, or conference setup, the facilities at the hotel can cater to anything required for your event. A variety of Gallery and Garden rooms invite to social or business events, while the Ferus function room offers great views from the 12th floor and accommodates up to 40 people in a banquet setting. The Gallery rooms are adaptable in size, depending on the event.
What services does the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London provide for children?
To enjoy more of your family vacation, children under 18 can stay for free in their parents’ room. Extra rollaway beds can be requested but cost approximately £40 (about $50) per night. Due to space capacities, only one rollaway bed per room can be accommodated. With the hotel’s Family Fun package, you can enjoy breakfast for four during your stay.
What restaurants are onsite the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London?
For pastry delights, the Number 7 lobby bar invites with freshly made scrumptious treats to be enjoyed under the atrium ceiling. Traditional British tea is also part of their menu. For fantastic city views, visit the Savage Garden on the 12th floor, the hotel’s rooftop bar. A 2-course lunch menu is served here, but snacks can be enjoyed all day long. Drinks flow in abundance from the well-equipped bar, ranging from signature cocktails, fine whisky, and wine, to craft beer. Guests of executive rooms also have access to the Executive Lounge on the ground floor that invites to work in a quiet environment and provides drinks and afternoon tea.
Is it possible to check out later at the DoubleTree by Hilton London Tower of London?
Guests who want to enjoy the hotel’s amenities and perks for a while longer can request a late check-out. A fee of £10 (about $13) per hour, starting from the time of the usual check-out, applies until 6:00 pm. Should you not have checked out by 6:00 pm, a full-night’s rate will be charged. (Prices checked 14/06/19).
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Most popular landmarks
- Tower of London 372 m
- Tower Bridge 0.6 km
- Tate Modern 1.5 km
- Somerset House 2.7 km
- Southbank Centre 2.7 km
- London Eye 3 km
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