Boasting River Thames views from its popular glass-roofed rooftop bar, complete with resident DJs, this hotel also treats guests to an applauded City Cafe restaurant dishing up innovative European and British dishes and a light-filled lobby bar. Contemporary spacious rooms feature full-length windows and plush bedding and are accompanied by a well-equipped fitness centre onsite. Guests can stroll a short distance to reach the Tower Bridge and Tower of London, picturesque St Katharine’s Dock and Tower Hill tube station.
Why we recommend the Doubletree Tower of London
- Views of the the River Thames
- Popular rooftop Skylounge bar and cafe restaurant
- iMacs and free WiFi in every room
- Bright and contemporary styled interiors
- Near popular London attractions and public transport
Attractions near the Doubletree Tower of London
A royal fortress
The Tower of London is a formidable fortress, which throughout the years has been used to keep people in as well as to keep people out! Sitting right on the River Thames, close to the hotel, the castle is steeped in history, with dark secrets of dungeons and torture hidden within its impenetrable walls.
These days it’s one of London's most popular tourist attractions, where you can join an iconic beefeater on a tour of the grounds, get up close to the priceless crown jewels and hear legendary tales of the Tower’s past.
The grandeur of St Pauls
Just along the Thames lies the mother church of the London diocese, St Pauls, a historically significant cathedral, with a huge recognisable dome imposing over the grey London skyline.
The site of a church since 604 AD, today’s St Pauls is a grand 17th-Century Baroque cathedral, which has held many historic state occasions including the funerals of Sir Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, peace services marking the end of World War I and II, as well as the wedding of Royal Highness Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer.