H10 London Waterloo
What We Love
- The central location, just minutes from London's South Bank and the famous Borough Market
- Taking in the views from the eighth-floor Waterloo Sky Bar
- Summer in London - deckchairs in Hyde Park, swimming in lidos and daytime Pimm's in the capital's best beer gardens
What To Know
- Guest rooms are compact, starting at 200 square feet, but the floor-to-ceiling windows make the space seem larger
- There's an on-site beauty center with a gym, sauna, hydromassage shower and treatment rooms
- Free WiFi
Modern with floor-to-ceiling windows, a covetable location on Waterloo Road and an eighth-floor bar overlooking the capital, H10 London Waterloo has just the right character for a stylish London break. While City View rooms are compact, the large picture windows create an enhanced sense of space. Downstairs, the sophisticated Three O Two Restaurant presents an elaborate menu of
specialized Mediterranean and international dishes, while the lively, eight-floor Waterloo Sky Bar serves cocktails and a wide range of other refreshments. Alternatively, chill out with a coffee in the lobby’s Circus Bar where you’ll find comfy leather chairs and a relaxed atmosphere. Located a stroll from the atmospheric South Bank and the London Eye, you can take in many of the city’s major attractions on foot, or hop on the tube at one of several nearby underground stations. With a lively bar and inventive restaurant, this thoroughly 21st-century base is the ideal starting (and finishing) point for evenings spent drinking cocktails by the Thames.
In the Area
The hotel’s central location on Waterloo Road, just south of the Thames, places you perfectly for exploring the cultural delights of the South Bank, the fabulous shopping of Covent Garden and Oxford Street, and of course the magical West End theater land. You can walk to Leicester Square in roughly 30 minutes, or hop on the tube at Lambeth North, Waterloo or Southwark—all three stations are close by.
How to Get There
Very nice hotel with many little luxuries in the rooms, excellent roof top bar overlooking the london eye area and waling distance to Waterloo and Southbank which has great bars and places to eat and also to Old Street undergound for easy access into central london
Stayed here on 7/12/2018 wonderfull hotel very clean drink upon arrival .great choice for breakfast ..beds really comfortable only critism is bar could stay open little later but roof top bar as great veiws
From the moment we arrived at check in we new this was going to be a great stay. Although arriving at 13.00 our room was still ready and we were greeted with a nice glass of Prosecco and soft drinks. Our room was on the 7th floor and although no view the room was spotlessly clean, had both a bath, shower, safe, fridge, iron and tea and coffee making facilities. All the items in the fridge were priced at £2.50. We dined in the restaurant in the Friday evening and the food and service was excellent. The breakfast was superb - one of the best with plenty of choices and all very hot - just a bit busy from 8.30 until 9.30. The hotel is very close to the London Eye and Embankment you can walk it in 15minutes. The big red bus company stops right outside the hotel so great for hop on hop off sightseeing. The hotel is literally 700mtrs from Waterloo underground station. There is a roof top bar but closed during the winter months but I would guess great in summer.
All in all a great hotel and looking forward to returning and to try the roof top bar in better weather.
We are regular customers of the H10 group of hotels. We booked this hotel as it was my partners 40th birthday and we were going to be going to see The Phantom of the Opera on the Friday evening. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone looking for quality service!!! On arriving in London We called the hotel to request directions from Lambeth tube station. What we got was a receptionist laughing down the phone nervously obviously unable to understand English properly and saying 5minutes repeatedly and hanging up. When we did arrive we had to ask for directions to our room as this information wasn’t offered up willingly. Small detail but part of a continous theme of lack of interest by reception staff during our stay. On the Friday nite we rang reception to arrange for a taxi pick up to bring us to the theatre. We arrived at reception on time for our taxi to be told they weren’t able to book one and we’d have to walk. Receptionist didn’t even have the respect to let us know beforehand so we could make other arrangements. We had requested a taxi well in advance and when we asked the receptionists( all three of them) why they didn’t have the courtesy to ring our room and let us know they just kept making excuses. Having just recovered from a minor operation on my leg this put a huge strain on what was meant to be a joyous night at the theatre and what ended up in us missing part of a show we had travelled so far to see. No hotel car even offered. We complained and got a complimentary drink each which frankly was pathetic and showed lack of interest from management. Room key didn’t work on numerous occasions which meant traveling down nine floors to reception every time. Rooms were cold. Breakfast was cold(beans weren’t even cooked)and you had to queue for quite sometime to be seated. Bar was only partially manned. This hotel lacked in so many ways for the price they charge and simply have zero consideration for their customers. Safe to say we won’t be returning to this sorry excuse for a hotel Ever again and we would advise you not to either. There are so many better hotels with way better service for the same price!! Be warned!
Hotel is 5-10 min away from the subway station. Breakfast was very good, although not cheap (£22 per person). I booked a deluxe room and we had very nice views.
We did have a problem with the heating. It took almost two hours to start warming up. In reception they told us sometimes it takes a little time for it to work well.