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Featured Hotels near Blackfriars

Apex London Wall
Apex London Wall
(1.1 km from station)

Guest Rating: 95%
Boutique hotel in Moorgate, close to London's main financial and commercial districts and with great transport links across the rest of the capital. The Apex London Wall Hotel has 89 fabulous rooms and suites sharing a modern and stylish decor, as well as facilities including free WiFi access, gym, restaurant and bar.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge
(1.5 km from station)

Guest Rating: 91%
The outstanding Park Plaza Westminster Bridge is a modern, design-focused 4 star hotel in Westminster, with views of the London Eye and easy access to a multitude of London hotspots. The theatres and galleries of the South Bank are within a particularly short distance. Rooms are spacious and contemporary and facilities include free WiFi, spa, pool, 31 meeting rooms and 5 superb restaurants on-site.

King's Wardrobe Apartments by BridgeStreet Worldwide, London

Guest Rating: 87%
Rather than getting caught up in the stressful atmosphere of central London and feeling trapped in a cramped hotel room, the King's Wardrobe Apartments by BridgeStreet offer a relaxed haven of luxurious serviced apartments, all within the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral and a multitude of local attractions.

Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel

Guest Rating: 90%
A 5 star luxury hotel in the heart of London, the Chancery Court Hotel offers lavish surroundings, gourmet food, extensive leisure activities and all-round self-indulgence.

Corinthia Hotel London
Corinthia Hotel London
(1.6 km from station)

Guest Rating: 91%
Location. Located in central London, Corinthia Hotel London is a business friendly hotel within walking distance of Benjamin Franklin House, Banqueting House, and Trafalgar Square. Ad...

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About Blackfriars

This station is situated on the north bank of the Thames, between the City and the West End.  There are a few hotels near Blackfriars Station and most of them are of a high quality.  The closest is the Crown Plaza St Paul’s (****) which is a historic building with a Michelin starred restaurant.  Another option is the King’s Wardrobe Apartments by BridgeStreet Worldwide (***), which offers 1 to 3 bedroom serviced apartments, in a courtyard behind St Paul’s.  Another luxurious hotel in this area is the Grange St Paul’s, which has a conference centre, health and fitness club and spa.  These Blackfriars hotels are suitable for anyone who wants to stay in the City of London, whether it’s for business or to visit the many historic buildings that this old part of London has to offer.  They’re also just on the edge of the West End, so within walking distance of theatres and restaurants.

Blackfriars Tube Station

Blackfriars is an underground and National Rail station in the City of London.  It’s on the District and Circle Lines in Zone 1.  It first opened under a different name in 1864 – it was then called St Paul’s.  The underground part opened in 1870 and the whole place was rebuilt in the 1970’s.  Part of the stonework from the old station was kept and can be seen at overground platform level.  It has the names of many destinations in south east England and Europe.  The station is now being rebuilt again, under the Thameslink Programme to upgrade the rail network.

It is just 2 minutes' walk from Cannon Street and 6 minutes' walk from Mansion House, the stations either side of it on the District and Circle Lines, so it would be quicker to walk if you're only going one stop.  It's also less than 500 metres from St Paul's Station, on the Central Line.




St Paul’s Cathedral is nearby.  It was built in the 17th century after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London.  Christopher Wren’s masterpiece is an iconic part of the London skyline and you get a great view over the city from the top of the church.

The Victoria Embankment is a walk along the north side of the river.  It was built in 1865 by Joseph Bazalgette as part of his design to improve London’s sewerage system.  The ships HMS President and HMS Wellington are permanently moored by the Embankment.  Another tourist attraction is Cleopatra’s Needle, an ancient Egyptian Obelisk brought to London in 1878.

On the other side of the river is the OXO Tower, which was built in the 1920’s as a warehouse.  It’s a very interesting art deco building. The company wanted to have an illuminated sign with their name on it, but at that time no advertising was allowed on the Thames.  To get around this, the architect put in windows at the top of the tower spelling out OXO in huge letters.  It now has shops at ground level and a restaurant on the top floor.

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