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London Bridge

From £130 per night
2 min

Hop Art House Serviced Apartments are a range of ultra-modern serviced apartments in the trendy location of Southwark, within striking distance of London Bridge. With triple glazing windows guests can escape from the noise and enjoy excellent city views, whilst selected apartments even offer views of the impressive Shard building. The apartments are decorated in a contemporary fashion with certain units featuring characteristic brick-style walls in the living areas.

Min. Stay 5 nights

London Bridge

£Call for quote
5 min

With a variety of studio and one bedroom apartments, as well as a two bedroom option, Bankside Serviced Apartments are a flexible accommodation choice for business travellers looking to stay close to the City of London. These apartments are also great for culture lovers, as they lie within a couple of minutes of both the Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern, close to Southwark Bridge. All apartments have cooking facilities and in-apartment laundry, and mix the modern and the historic seamlessly.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Southwark

£Call for quote
6 min

London Bridge Serviced Apartment has accommodation for up to four guests on a double bed and a double sofa bed, and includes an excellent range of facilities, such as a fully equipped kitchen, smart bathroom with floor-to-ceiling mirror, secure parking and a balcony. Furnishings are beautiful and stylish, including pieces by Orla Kierly. Located in Southwark, the apartment is close to the iconic Shard building and has plenty right on the doorstep. Borough Underground Station is a five-minute walk.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £145 per night
7 min

The Shard View Serviced Apartments, situated in the exciting Monument area of London’s City district, offer guests a vibrant place to live and work while staying in the capital. Each apartment is fully furnished with wooden flooring throughout and floor-to-ceiling windows, guests will be able to gaze at views of the Shard across the River Thames. From a fully equipped kitchen to laundry facilities, a coffee machine and a flat screen TV, guests will have everything to hand while staying here.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £145 per night
7 min

The Monument Street development boasts studio, one and two bedroom accommodation for both business and leisure travellers. These serviced apartments are furnished to a high standard and benefit from excellent transport links that allow for easy travel around London. A great range of facilities include air conditioning and weekly housekeeping while the stylish furnishings offer relaxing living spaces, pristine bathrooms, and bedrooms, for a peaceful and comfortable place to stay.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

London Bridge

From £147 per night
7 min

Stylishly designed, these two bedroom apartments provide spacious open plan living and kitchen areas that are flooded with natural light due to the floor to ceiling windows. Located in Southwark with good links to London via London Bridge underground and train stations, London Bridge Serviced Apartments are in a perfect central location. Each apartment features two bathrooms complemented with fresh towels and comfortable beds in the bedrooms, where guests can relax after a long day at work.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bank

£Call for quote
7 min

Offering studio and one bedroom apartments right in the heart of The City, Bank Serviced Apartments has three tube stations all within a four-minute walk. Located on an old pedestrian lane amidst exclusive shops and trendy bars, it really is a superb way to stay in Central London. The apartments mix incredible period features with some vintage styling and modern chic to deliver a truly premium serviced apartment experience. All apartments include full cooking facilities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £180 per night
7 min

Situated a short three minute walk from Monument Underground station, Monument Serviced Apartments are perfectly placed for exploring this bustling city. Stylishly furnished throughout, the spacious living area includes a 60-inch flat screen TV and iPod docking station offering guests plenty of entertainment options. The inviting bedrooms provide plenty of storage space for personal belongings and are also well lit with natural daylight during the day.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cannon Street

From £91 per night
7 min

Abchurch Yard Serviced Apartments are in the City of London. The apartments are in a perfect location with shops, transport links, tourist attractions and restaurants just a short walk away which makes it ideal for both corporate and leisure guests. These light and modern, studio apartments all consist of a kitchenette which conveniently provides guests with a dishwasher and a washer/dryer. There is also a dining area, a contemporary bathroom, and a sitting area where guests can relax and unwind.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £123 per night
7 min

The conveniently located Octave House Serviced Apartments offer a selection of one bedroom apartments with executive accommodation available offering more space than the standard one beds. Guests will be on the doorstep of Monument underground station, perfect for those working near Monument or looking for an easily commutable location. The bedrooms feature double beds and fitted wardrobes whilst the kitchen and lounge offer an open-plan living space for guests to feel at home.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Monument

From £120 per night
8 min

Close to London Bridge, and convenient for The City, Monument Executive Serviced Apartment is perfect for up to two business travellers, providing excellent quality one bedroom accommodation. With smart wooden floorboards, comfortable furniture and plenty of space, it makes an ideal base for those staying longer in the heart of the city. There is an excellent range of facilities, including a fully equipped kitchen, Freeview TV and unlimited broadband access with a Wi-Fi connection.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Monument

From £135 per night
8 min

Stylishly furnished, with designer furniture and luxury bathroom fittings, these contemporary serviced apartments are just around the corner from the London Monument, which can be seen from select balconies in the building. This is the heart of London's financial district, giving business travellers exclusive accommodation right where they need to be. Monument tube station is just a few minutes’ walk away, providing access to the District and Circle lines, and onwards to mainline stations.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Cannon Street

From £160 per night
8 min

These stylish, contemporary apartments supply high-quality accommodation in The City, London’s main financial district. Furnished with leather and wooden furniture, all accommodation at Suffolk Lane Serviced Apartments have cooking and laundry facilities, a dishwasher and dedicated work desks. An in-room safe adds to the already high building security, while those extra touches like top quality toiletries, an iPod dock and a Nespresso coffee machine help to make an enjoyable stay a great one.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Monument

From £141 per night
8 min

These one bedroom apartments are wonderfully tucked away on a quaint lane that wends its way through the heart of this busy district, close to the River Thames and The City. Lovat Lane Monument Serviced Apartments are designed for those on a longer stay in the English capital, providing full cooking facilities, in-apartment laundry and a comfortable space in which to relax. Each apartment has a Freeview TV and guests will have access to inclusive Wi-Fi. Weekly housekeeping is also available.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £155 per night
8 min

Monument Street Serviced Apartments on Lovat Lane are close to many famous London attractions as well as being near to Monument underground and Tower Hill underground station for access to the rest of London. The superb studio, one and two bedroom apartments contain stylish and functional kitchens with spacious dining/living areas, and a calming bedroom for a restful night’s sleep. The premium studios are a fantastic option for guests requiring more space than the classic studio apartments.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £135 per night
8 min

Located close to both London Bridge and the Tower of London, near to the River Thames and sights like the famous Shard building, this range of studio, one and two bedroom apartments are perfect for individuals or small groups staying for extended periods right in the centre of London. All apartments have oak flooring and come with fully-fitted living and kitchen areas, as well as Wi-Fi internet and TV services. Monument tube station is also just a two-minute walk away.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Southwark

From £144 per night
9 min

A stone’s throw from London Bridge over-ground and underground station, these modern and comfortable serviced apartments offer business travellers a fantastic London location while staying away. Guests can choose from a one or two bedroom apartment, with selected apartments including a private balcony, for a homely environment to work, relax, or cook, plus a private rooftop access with London skyline views.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Tower Hill

From £170 per night
9 min

Adjacent to the Tower of London, overlooking HMS Belfast, the Three Quays Serviced Apartments are located in the heart of the City of London. These stunning apartments offer an unrivalled quality of life, guests can benefit from the on-site gym and with in-room spa treatments available, guests can look and feel their finest without leaving the comfort of their apartment. Comfortable bedrooms, the latest entertainment appliances and unparalleled views, guests can truly enjoy staying here.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Mansion House

From £152 per night
9 min

The stylish and modern Cannon Street Serviced Apartments are situated in the heart of the City, facilities include a 24 hour reception, communal lounge and on-site gym. Inside the apartment guests will find a homely environment with superfast Wi-Fi internet and Smart TVs in the lounge areas. Within a minute’s walk of Mansion House tube station, guests can easily travel around London whilst St. Paul’s and Bank are on the doorstep, perfect for business travellers working nearby.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Monument

From £110 per night
10 min

These Monument serviced apartments offer light and contemporarily designed accommodation in the heart of the City. Business travellers staying in these apartments will find bright and open-plan living spaces with fully-equipped kitchens, while the bedrooms offer plenty of space and storage for guests. Less than a five minute walk from Tower Hill tube station, guests can easily travel around London and enjoy some sight-seeing at the nearby Tower of London and Tower Bridge.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About London Bridge

Overview

Although a number of different 'London Bridges' have existed over the years, the latest opened by The Queen in 1973, London Bridge is more than just a structure, it is an iconic part of London for both business and tourists.


About London Bridge

The area of London Bridge, which around 3,000 residents call home, is what many believe to be the Riverside section to the south of the Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. The Bridge itself connects the City of London and Southwark boroughs within Central London. With the Shard nearby, it’s no surprise that this area is a commuter hub and a centre for business. Naturally, this is leading to a demand for serviced apartments in London Bridge.

The area does draw its own tourism though. The likes of HMS Belfast museum and the City Hall are just two attractions which are popular amongst tourists. The area and its London Bridge corporate accommodation are easily accessible too. This is thanks to London Bridge and Monument Underground stations either side of the bridge. Cannon Street Railway station is also close by.

HISTORY

It would be easy to mix up London Bridge with Tower Bridge, considering how close they are to each other. It has never been the largest bridge, but a form of London Bridge has always stood since the Roman period. The River estuary between these two London boroughs is much shallower, so the Romans naturally took advantage for the construction of their new city, Londinium. Time passes, and gradually more and more structures were erected onto the bridge. For instance, in the twelfth century, a chapel dedicated to Thomas Becket was constructed onto the bridge. It also had a drawbridge to allow ships to pass through. This was before the impacts of the Great Fire of London and the bridge’s eventual collapse. The nursery rhyme “London Bridge is falling down” was then born.

Then followed centuries of reconstruction, and the bridge then naturally became overcrowded, smelly and dangerous, before it began to sink. Famously, London Bridge was sold to American entrepreneur Robert P. McCulloch in 1968 for just under $2.5 million. It was then deconstructed, shipped to America and then reconstructed in Arizona. The current low-key London Bridge was then finished and opened by Queen Elizabeth 1983. The surrounding area has enjoyed a prosperous period since, and the construction of London Bridge serviced apartments then became frequent.

BUSINESS CLIMATE

There are over four hundred businesses and 50,000 local employees based in the London Bridge area. It is the people and current businesses which make London Bridge a thriving commercial hub, buzzing with energy very synonymous of the capital centre. However, tourism and expat travel also supports the local economy. Around ten million people visit the area every year to take in the sights. 350,000 travellers pass through the London Bridge railway and underground station every day too. Clearly, the area has an appeal, as the oldest continuously inhabited part of London. The proposals of the ‘Culture Strategy’ and ‘Team London Bridge’ highlight the ambitions to make the area an even better place to live, visit and do business. The supply of London Bridge corporate housing, therefore, has and will continue to increase.

A statement from ‘Team London Bridge’ outlines the economic vision of the Inner London area. It says, “our vision is to ensure London Bridge excels as a leading place for global commerce and continues to develop as a pioneering local centre for enterprise, culture and entertainment".

Team London Bridge is a Business Improvement District (BID) run by local businesses, for local businesses. The money which funds the London Bridge BID goes towards effective projects which match the intentions of the area's five-year business plan. The plan involves reshaping the likes of; Safety & Crime Reduction, Cultural Events, Promotion of the Area, and the Environment. Development of these aspects aims to ensure that the district benefits from more business start-ups, the maintenance of existing local business, and a generally positive environment for business travel. Ultimately, all the benefits of the district can be utilisable when staying in London Bridge extended stay apartments.

ATTRACTIONS

As mentioned before, people consider the London Bridge area to consist of the waterfront and southern side area of the Thames. Of course, guests in London Bridge temporary housing or short-term accommodation should not just restrict themselves to attractions in the area. There is obviously so much to see across the entire capital. However, the area does have some noteworthy attractions of its own, such as the Unicorn Theatre, The Shard tower and HMS Belfast.

Relocating corporates and their families can leave the comfort of London Bridge furnished housing or furnished short let to enjoy a performance at the Unicorn, the UK’s leading professional theatre for young audiences. The theatre provides a great way for families to chill out in a busy and lively location. It can be a great stress-reliever, particularly during a potentially busy business trip.

Another way to relax or fulfil a leisurely trip could be to visit HMS Belfast. The historic warship is now a museum on the River Thames. This was following its survival as the most significant Second World War Royal Navy warship. Visitors can explore its nine decks, discovering what life was like onboard during some of Britain's most important sea battles. Travellers to the area can always opt to stay in London Bridge aparthotels close to both the Unicorn Theatre and HMS Belfast museum if they choose.

There is arguably no better way to reflect on a trip to the capital then enjoying the highest and best view of London at the top of the Shard, formerly known as the London Bridge Tower. Opened to the public in 2012, the 95-story supertall skyscraper is a centrepiece attraction of the area and the capital. It has a viewing platform twice the height of any other in the capital, offering views up to forty miles. It most likely plays a significant role in many business trips, but otherwise, it is still a must-see attraction.

Ultimately, London Bridge has all the right aspects necessary to make for a successful business trip to the capital. Not only is the area consisting of many transport facilities, but the corresponding economic and tourism traits are also ideal and can perfectly compliment stays in London Bridge aparthotels. 

Transport

London City Airport (LCY)

Easily the closest airport to London Bridge is London City, only a thirty minutes’ drive away. Airport transfers can be organised -from SITU’s London Bridge city apartments for easy travel to London City, and Heathrow Airport (LHR) if preferred.

By Train

There are two train stations on either side of the Thames and the bridge; London Fenchurch Street and London Bridge.

London Bridge is the oldest railway station in Central London (Zone 1) and one of the oldest railway stations in the world, after being established in 1836. It is also amongst the busiest, managing around 50 million customers each year. Trains are operated by Thameslink, Southern Trains and South East Trains.

London Bridge Underground Station

London Bridge Underground Station is on the Northern Line and Jubilee Line, connected to both the area’s railway and bus station.

On the Northern Line, London Bridge sits between Borough and Banks underground stations, whereas, on the Jubilee Line London Bridge sits between Southwark and Bermondsey underground stations.

London Bridge Bus Station

The bus station serves the area, situated at the London Bridge tube and railway station.

The station has three bus stands, which facilitate the following routes; 17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 344, 521 and N21 (night). These routes facilitate travel to the likes of Clapham Junction, Waterloo, Holborn, King’s Cross, Islington, Hackney, Lewisham, Peckham and many other London boroughs and districts.