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Located in Greenwich, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Greenwich Park, Greenwich Market and Cutty Sark. O2 Arena and Excel Exhibition Centre are also within ...
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Located in Greenwich, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory. O2 Arena and Greenwich Park are also within 3 miles ...
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Located in Greenwich, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Greenwich Market and National Maritime Museum. Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory are also within ...
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Located in Greenwich, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Greenwich Market, National Maritime Museum and Cutty Sark. Royal Observatory and Greenwich Park ...
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Located in Greenwich, this hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory and Greenwich Park. O2 Arena is 2.3 mi (3.8 km) away.
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Located in Greenwich, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from O2 Arena and 1.3 mi (2 km) from National Maritime Museum. Excel Exhibition Centre and London Bridge ...
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Located in Greenwich, this luxury hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of O2 Arena, Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory. Greenwich Park is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) away.
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Located in Greenwich, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory. O2 Arena and Greenwich Park are also within 3 miles (5 km).
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Just five miles (8km) downstream from the hustle and bustle of London’s city centre, the Royal Borough of Greenwich basks in its riverside setting. With a rich maritime history and royal heritage, much of the area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and alongside a clutch of superb museums, there’s also a wealth eateries and traditional British pubs.
Catch the cable car across the Thames here and you can enjoy some amazing panoramic views, and there are lots of opportunities to take a boat trip along the Thames, past some of London’s most iconic sights.
Greenwich is also home to the O2 Arena, once the Millennium Dome and now one of the capital’s most popular entertainment venues.
There is a great choice of hotels in Greenwich, suiting all tastes and budgets, and many are within walking distance of the area’s star attractions. There is also good accommodation nearby around London City Airport, with easy access to Greenwich on the Dockland Light Railway, while for a touch of five star luxury, head towards Docklands and the area around the O2 Arena.
Hotels in Greenwich tend to be in the three- or four-star category, with just a few B&Bs. The 3.5-star Holiday Inn Express London Greenwich, for instance, is convenient for exploring Greenwich’s main sights. Its rates include breakfast and all rooms have free Wifi.
Self-catering apartments can be an economical alternative for families or groups of friends travelling together. However, demand is often high, so you’ll need to book well in advance. The Klaro Apartments in the Docklands offers a choice of 13 one- and two-bedroom apartments, and deluxe studios, with fully equipped kitchen, flats-creen TV and use of a 24-hour health club.
For a history lesson with a nautical flavour, head to the four museums collectively known as the Royal Museums Greenwich.
The National Maritime Museum’s collection ranges from quirky items such as the jacket worn by Lord Nelson at Trafalgar, to what’s thought to be the largest collection of maritime art in the world.
Close by is the Queen’s House, a Grade I-listed former royal residence, with 22 rooms filled with works of art spanning 400 years. Don’t miss the modern ceiling in the main hall created by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright.
High on the hill at the heart of Greenwich Park stands the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Here you can learn about the history of time and British astronomy, touch an asteroid that’s thought to be 4.5 billion years old and stand astride the famous prime meridian that divides the world into its eastern and western hemispheres.
Completing the quartet is the legendary Cutty Sark tea clipper. Built in 1869 to transport tea from China to England, it found fame as one of the fastest ships on the oceans. From here you can another step back in time with a stroll through the Greenwich Foot Tunnel, which was built at the turn of the last century and passes under the Thames.
A short walk from Greenwich Pier is the Old Royal Naval College designed by Sir Christopher Wren, best known as the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral. The site has been a palace, a hospital and a training ground for the Royal Navy, and has also played a starring role in several films, including Four Weddings and a Funeral and The King’s Speech. Tours that use a special observation deck also allow you to get up close to the college’s famous Painted Hall Ceiling.
For something more 21st-century, London’s only cable car, the Emirates Air Line, can fly you from the Greenwich Peninsula across the Thames to the Royal Dock. For a more sedate trip you can catch the Thames Clippers river bus service from the North Greenwich terminal in the centre of London.
There’s no shortage of pubs and restaurants in Greenwich, from historic riverside inns to champagne bars, intimate bistros to many of the major chains. For a bit of street food, try Greenwich Market, where you can also browse stalls famous for their bric-a-brac.