Hilton London Tower Bridge is located in the Southwark - Waterloo neighborhood of London, close to London City Hall, Tower of London, and Tower Bridge. Nearby points of interest also include St. Paul's Cathedral and Big Ben.
"Very good value"
We stayed for a weekend in December and booked an executive room. Stayed on the 10th floor looked strsight into another building. We just used the executive lounge Friday evening when we arrived, it was ok but nothing fancy. Had breakfast down in the restaurant which was just ok. Small selection and if we stay again We would most likely choose to stay without. Hotel is close to London Bridge,just 5 min walk so very convenient. We took the tube to/from Heatrow,changed at Green Park. To find a reasonable hotel for 3 in one room in London is not easy. This choice for about 200 GBP a night was more than adecvate. Good beds but a bit noise from outside in the night. Rollaway was the chair in the room and that was ok too for the teenager. Will stay again.
Fantastic hotel well positioned for the tower fantastic views for the sharde five minutes walk from the tube station would not go again without upgrading fantastic value and Jamie's breakfast best sausage ever!!!! Class staff , second visit will go back
"Not a Great Place - Wished I would Have Stayed Elsewhere"
I wanted to spend my birthday in London at a nice hotel. Unfortunately I stayed at the Hilton London Tower Bridge. I figured in the off-season (January 2017) there would not be the usual crowds and it would be a more personal visit. Check-in is at 3pm, however you have the option of paying 40 pounds to get an early check-in if available. Apparently it wasn't available at check-in so I had to wait three hours until the room was ready. (did I mention this was the off-season') After checking in to my pre-paid room, I noticed an immediate charge for 150 pounds. When I questioned the front desk clerk, he stated that charge was a security deposit - 50 pounds for each night I was staying. Not a problem, however I cannot find anywhere that this is stated on their website.The very next day, there was another 50 pound charge to my credit card. Again I inquired about this at the front desk and they couldn't understand why this was being charged. They said within 7-10 days, the entire 200 pounds would be credited back to my credit card. My 12th floor room overlooked the EY office building. I could look out and see what everyone was doing on their computers so the drapes had to remain closed. I figured if I could see them, they could see me. The room had an adequate king size bed, a hot water pot with coffee and teas, and a minibar refrigerator I didn't dare open for fear of being charged. The bathroom had a shower stall on one side and a separate tub on the other. No matter how careful I was, the bathroom was always flooded with water after a shower. When I registered online, I put in the notes it was my birthday and as a Hilton Honors member, that info is in my account. However, my birthday was not even recognized by the hotel. Overlooked' Maybe, but some family members called the hotel, told them it was my birthday and had the hotel deliver a bottle of wine to my room. (The wine was paid for by my family members-not the hotel.) Still, nothing from the hotel. Being on the 12th floor, I had access to the Executive Lounge.The lounge is on the 9th floor and serves light snacks (chips, nuts) as well as a coffee machine. Apparently they have a manager's cocktail hour on Thursdays but I arrived on a Friday and left on a Tuesday. In the mornings, they serve a watered down version of the breakfast you get at Jamie Oliver's restaurant just off the lobby. The hotel is under construction so from 9am to 5pm you hear constant drilling. Every day including weekends. They also test the fire alarms periodically (daily) so it was not a very relaxing stay. There is also road construction in front of the hotel and on London Bridge Station. This makes for difficult pedestrian traffic as well as trying to get an Uber to the hotel. I was confronted by security one evening coming back to the hotel. I guess I looked a little suspicious - middle aged white guy who was soaking wet from the rain. He stood intimidatingly close and asked if he could help me. I said no, just trying to find my key card. He asked if I was staying at the hotel and I said yes, still searching my pockets for the key card. He steps over to the computer and asks for my name. I said, never mind, here's my key. He still insisted on getting my name and room number and looking me up on the hotel computer. While I appreciate the increased security, the lobby was empty on this rainy Sunday evening around 6pm and several people walked in and out of the hotel past me as I was being "screened." No one else was stopped. All in all, I wish I would have stayed elsewhere. This hotel seemed very impersonal and still under construction.
We stayed here for my birthday treat for a long weekend in London. We have never stayed in this part of town before so it was pretty amazing as locations go. Right outside the impressive HMS Belfast, opposite the Tower of London and close to all manner of restaurants and attractions. Breakfast in Jamie's restaurant was certainly a break from the norm and lots of rustic twists on the usual spread. Staff were amazing and made it a fantastic experience, particularly with a soft toy gift for my young son, and fresh apples in the reception he devoured at least twice a day! We would visit again and highly recommend this chic and stylish hotel.
"Another great experience"
Have stayed at the Hilton tower bridge on many many occasions and have always enjoyed the experience. It is in an ideal location and if you didn't want to bother with the Westend there is enough in the locality to keep you entertained. A perfect hotel.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM