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Popular accommodations in London-Lambeth
London Hilton on Park LaneLocated on prestigious Park Lane in Mayfair, the London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel boasts stunning views of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge and Westminster. With 453 rooms and suites, this award-winning 5-star luxury hotel also has a stylish bar and a Michelin-starred restaurant.Book now
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Astors BelgraviaIn the heart of lively Victoria, Astors Belgravia is just 10 minutes’ walk from Victoria Train station and a 4 minute walk from Victoria Coach Station. The traditional hotel has a 24-hour front desk and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.Book now
Accommodation London BridgeAccommodation London Bridge offers en-suite rooms and a choice of showers or baths for guests. Just 20 minutes by public transport from the centre of London, Accommodation London Bridge offers 24-hour front desk, express check-in/check-out, and free Wi-Fi.Book now
COMO Metropolitan LondonJust 150 metres from Hyde Park, COMO Metropolitan is located on fashionable Park Lane in Westminster. Gridiron is a live-fire grill restaurant that features seasonal, ethically sourced ingredients cooked over wood and charcoal. World-renowned Nobu offers modern Japanese-Peruvian dining with scenic Park Lane views.Book now
Chelsea Bridge ApartmentsA 10-minute journey by public transport from the centre of London, Chelsea Bridge Apartments offers luxurious serviced apartments with free Wi-Fi and just a 3-minute walk from Battersea Park Railway Station. There is also a 24-hour security guard on-site.Book now
Victoria Mews ApartmentVictoria Mews Apartment is set in the Westminster Borough district of London, 1.3 km from St James's Park, 1.7 km from Westminster Abbey and 1.8 km from Harrods. It is situated 800 metres from Buckingham Palace and features free WiFi plus a 24-hour front desk.Book now
Conrad London St JamesSet within Queen Anne’s Chambers, Conrad London St James is situated less than a 5 minutes' walk from Westminster Abbey and Big Ben. With free WiFi throughout, the hotel is just a 4-minute walk from the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace is half a mile away.Book now
Modern, polarising architecture – these are Lambeth’s hallmarks. Your apartment in Lambeth, London, takes you to one of the centres of progressive architecture, which is shaped primarily by the Royal National Theatre. Lambeth is agitating, strenuous – a good reason, therefore, to decide against couchsurfing in Lambeth/London and instead use a quiet, private holiday home in London. The Borough of Lambeth district lies south of the centre of London, directly on the Thames, and was created in 1965 by merging the districts of Metropolitan Borough of Lambeth, Clapham and Streatham.
Under the Eye of London: Your Apartment in Lambeth, London
The landmark of Lambeth is the London Eye, which opened in 2000. The Ferris Wheel was built in the immediate vicinity of the Westminster Bridge and is today the largest of its kind in Europe with a height of 135 metres. The gondolas, which are almost entirely made of glass, offer you an incomparable view over London’s old town, which is not disturbed by any aspirations due to the construction of the London Eye. One of the most important buildings of Lambeth is the Lambeth Palace. The palace has been owned by the Anglican Church since the 13th century and is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Polarising is the Royal National Theatre, near which you will also find numerous private holiday homes in Lambeth (London). The complex was completed in 1976 and is considered one of the most significant examples of architectural brutality. The people of London themselves chose the theatre as one of the ten most popular and ten most hated buildings in the city. The London Waterloo Stadium, opened in 1848, is the most important traffic hub. The ongoing expansion of the station resulted in an almost unmanageable construction of buildings and facilities, which quickly became the subject of ridicule. For this reason, the operating company decided to rebuild the entire complex – the construction work took more than twenty years. Among film fans, the station became a household name through the agent thriller “The Bourne Ultimatum”, for which some central scenes were shot in the London Waterloo Stadium.
Private Holiday Apartments in Lambeth, London
The Old Doctor Butler’s Head on Mason’s Avenue is one of the traditional British pubs in the immediate vicinity of your apartment in Lambeth, London. The prices are moderate and the atmosphere is characterised by a dark Victorian-style interior. The pub is named after the famous quack butler, whose bizarre story is told on the menu. Although he failed in his education in Cambridge, Butler practiced for a long time as a doctor in Lambeth. He became known for his unusual healing methods. So he let patients fall through a trap door on the Londonbridge into the Thames and tried to frighten the “bad souls” by immersing the sick in ice water. Despite these inhuman and often unsuccessful treatment approaches, Butler nevertheless managed to become the personal physician of King James I.. Although the birthplace of punk music is actually in Chelsea, punk on Soho Street also follows the same tradition. The bar is extremely cosy due to its leather interior and the numerous round corners and attaches great importance to the choice of music. This proves that punk doesn’t necessarily have to have a close relationship with unkempt backyard pubs or violent groups. The music is understood here as an art form whose numerous substreams are presented in a varied programme. The bar is modelled on the SEX in Chelsea, from which the formation of the Sex Pistols emerged. After the fascinating hustle and bustle you will appreciate your quiet, private accommodation in Lambeth (London) even more. A holiday home in Chelsea/London. A completely different world will take you to a holiday home in Chelsea/London Instead of modern architecture, it is predominantly historical buildings that are the centre of London’s academic education. At the same time, the roots of hippie and punk culture can also be found here – contrasts that polarise as much as the barren construct of the Royal National Theatre.
Latest reviews for places in London-Lambeth
Nice room with a big comfortable bed and a good host,all made my stay enjoyable,despite the on-going renovation work in the apartment.Elias reviewed Spacious double room in Streatham
Dipak was a wonderful host. He was there to greet us upon arrival, gave a tour of the home, and had even purchased some groceries for us. The home was just as advertised, with plenty of room for all 10 of our group. It is conveniently located near the Tube stop and local pubs. It was the perfect location for our trip to London. Everyone had a great time, and wished we were staying longer! We would stay here again without hesitation. Sincerely, RickRICK reviewed Stunning Apartment 5 Bedrooms in Vauxhall
Apartment was as described. Close to trains and buses. It fitted us as a family of six. Was a good place to stay.Natalie reviewed STUNISHING 'LONDON' NICE 2 BED APARTMENT in Norbury
Exactly what was described and it made for a very easy and pleasant stay. Some people may not know how to use the boiler (like a couple of the people I was with) so maybe some easy instructions for those individuals. Great apartment, thank you!gareth reviewed 2BR - Brixton - AS1 in Stockwell