Riverside Studios Hotels

Featured Hotels near Riverside Studios

Templeton Place, London
Templeton Place
(2.2 km from theatre)

Guest Rating: 91%
Just a few hundred metres from Earl's Court London Underground Station, this new aparthotel offers free Wi-Fi and stylish, modern air-conditioned apartments with fully equipped kitchens. On a quiet r...

Marriott London Twickenham
Marriott London Twickenham
(2.6 km from theatre)

Guest Rating: 86%
A 4 star business and sports hotel with 156 modern rooms. As part of Twickenham Stadium, this is a great place to stay whilst in town for a match and it is conveniently located just six miles from Heathrow Airport. 

Ashburn Hotel, London
Ashburn Hotel
(3.0 km from theatre)

Guest Rating: 85%
Those looking for a fashionable getaway in England's capital could hardly do better than the Ashburn Hotel, with its contemporary furnishings and stylish grandeur in the heart of Kensington.

Star Hotel, London
Star Hotel
(1.0 km from theatre)

Guest Rating: 85%
Star Hotel is well situated as a base to take advantage of London's many and varied attractions. It is well connected with 3 main undergound lines, making it an easy and short travelling distance to c...

Park International Hotel, London
Park International Hotel
(2.9 km from theatre)

Guest Rating: 84%
With its grand and expansive lobby area and the 50s-style black and white floor tiling of the hotel bar, Park International Hotel exudes a sense of fashion, style and class. The public areas have been recently refurbished and the rooms are appointed with modern furniture and decor for a truly chic experience throughout. This is 21st century London at its finest.

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About Riverside Studios

The Riverside Studios started off as an industrial building in the 19th century.  It was bought by the Triumph Film Company in 1933 and turned into a movie studio.  The last film was made in 1954 and the building was then turned into a television studio for the BBC, hosting many popular shows throughout the 50’s and 60’s including Hancock’s Half Hour, Z Cars and the Old Grey Whistle Test. 

The BBC departed in 1978 and the building became a black box theatre space, offering a diverse programme of dance, music, workshops and experimental and foreign theatre, which continues today.  An independent cinema was also built.  In the 90’s, television would return to Riverside with the filming of TFI Friday and Top of the Pops.

The theatre has a licensed bar and kitchen, serving food from noon to 3pm and 4pm to 9pm every day.  Studios 1 and 2 each seat 400 and Studio 3 seats 156.

There is a ramped entrance into reception, from where there is level access to all facilities.  There are 2 spaces for wheelchair users in Studio 1, 4 spaces in Studio 2 and 2 spaces in Studio 3.  The cinema also has 2 spaces and an induction loop for hearing aid users.  There is an adapted toilet in the building.

The nearest tube station is Hammersmith and you can find parking at Hammersmith Broadway shopping centre.

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