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  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
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With a stay at Hotel Indigo London Tower Hill in London (The City of London), you’ll be minutes from Tower of London and The Gherkin. This 4-star hotel is close to London Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral.


Make yourself at home in one of the 46 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature hair dryers and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Food & Drink

Grab a bite to eat at the hotel’s restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 6:30 AM to 11 AM for a fee.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. Planning an event in London? This hotel has facilities measuring 430 square feet (40 square meters), including a meeting room.

How to Get There

Hotel Indigo London Tower Hill
142 Minories
London, EC3N 1LS United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 1365 Reviews
Hidden Gem
Reviewed 6 days ago

Although I only stayed with Hotel Indigo for one night, I can easily say that it was my most enjoyable stay so far in London. The unassuming exterior gives no real indication to the gem hiding within. Every element of my stay - from the professional, friendly demeanor of the staff, to the large comfortable room, to the various facilities - was excellent, and the several small touches elevated it to a luxurious and enjoyable stay.

I arrived early, aware that I could not check in for several hours, but the staff allowed me to leave my case and pre-register to save time on my return. This was especially handy as I returned in a rush before going out in the evening. What's more, upon my return, my suitcase had already been placed in my room.

The room itself was exceptional. Unlike many London hotel rooms, which can be quite cramped and claustrophobic, there was ample space to move around. The bed was large and very comfortable, there was a relaxing seating area near the television (with easily accessible power sockets), a desk/workspace by the window, and a large set of wardrobes by the door. The wardrobes contained space for hanging clothes, a bathrobe, a storage safe, small fridge (stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks), a kettle with several different types of tea and coffee, an espresso maker, and a hairdryer. The bathroom was very modern and also well stocked with towels and toiletries. The shower had a good amount of power and there were ample amounts of clean towels.

The design of the room was very modern and stylish, and I loved the bare bricks as part of the design and the stylised artwork on the walls. A feature that I appreciated in particular was the abundance of power sockets - more than enough to charge everything I traveled with and something often overlooked by hotels!

Sadly, my stay was only for one night, but I definitely plan to return in the future after experiencing such impeccable service and plush accommodations. When I left, the staff checked me out of my room with the same friendliness and effortless efficiency as the night before and offered to hold onto my bags if needed. The hotel is conveniently placed for travel; approximately two minutes from Aldgate underground, five from Tower Hill and the DLR, and within touching distance of overground services. It's a convenient, luxurious hotel that I will definitely be returning to in the future!

Great location, great stay
Reviewed 7 days ago

This was my third time at an Indigo hotel, and despite experiencing a disastrous stay at another London Indigo hotel last year, I decided to give the chain another chance.

The location was perfect for my short stay; with Fenchurch Street around the corner to the North, you have many shopping facilities, and in the other direction it's only a very short walk to the Tower area.

I had called the hotel before my stay to ask for a quiet room and was told I'd be given a room in the back. That did not happen, my room was towards the street, but due to the double windows, it wasn't really noisy. The only thing you really notice is a strange hum, which turned out to be buses at the traffic lights.

Staff were very friendly, the room was clean, water was complimentary, bed was very comfortable, and I had a great stay.

Based on this experience, I would definitely recommend the Indigo Tower Hill.

Nice room, busted HVAC
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Overall a pleasant experience. Breakfast I thought was very nice. Room a little small but probably par for the course in London.

My biggest disappointment was the HVAC. Initially raised concern about heat upon check-in. They fluffed it off as a "user issue" (e.g. came to show me how to use it). It worked, kind of, but really took forever to heat up, especially for such a small room. Then when outside temperatures warmed up (I was there for ~10 days) air conditioning did not work at all. I believe that they could have been more proactive in recognizing and fixing this HVAC issue.

Great little find
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Booked through AVIOS, this was a great little find. 10 minute easy walk from Liverpool street (or Aldgate tube is 2 mins round the corner) it's a really good location being so close to Tower Hill. The reception area is small and has a "quirky" design to it, just like the rooms. Our room was ready on arrival and check in was quick. Our room, 405, turned out to be a very good size, this may be because it was an accessible room, and whilst i'm not usually a fan, the only difference was a large walk in shower and a few extra chrome grab handles. Although, it would've been nice to have been told this was the room I was being given as oppose to the room i had booked.

The room has great design and was nice to be in, unlike many boring functional hotel rooms. There was a comfy large four poster bed, Nespresso machine (which we were given extra pods for when we asked) as well as a minibar stocked with complimentary items - i know, unheard of right?! We had 3 cans of coke etc, orange and apple juice, kitkat, tracker bar and 4 bottles of water. All in all, this is a small cost to the hotel but makes the world of difference to customers. We had plug sockets either side of the bed, as well as a Sony sound system. There was also a "visitors" android mobile phone in the room for travel info use. (Although we never actually touched it!)

The bathroom was large, and like the main room, had plenty of storage space. The only let down was the shower which seemed to be half hanging off the wall.

Sadly we were only staying one night but I would consider returning, however I might want to see if another room has a better shower.

Excellent hotel, with negatives
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I stayed here recently while visiting London.

The hotel is well located, with very nice rooms. The content of the rooms is also to a high standard with a good bed and nice bathroom.

We didn't have a great experience with the staff, and believe that quite a few of them could use more training on how better to work with the public.