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
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Four-star London hotel with incredible city views from its stylish sky bar, and close proximity to the South Bank
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.