InterContinental London - The O2
Sip a gin and tonic made with InterContinental London – The O2’s bespoke Clipper gin in its 18th-floor Eighteen Sky Bar, while drinking in the views over the Thames. Top tip: head to the toilets for some of the best views!
If you prefer an afternoon tea to an alcoholic tipple, enjoy exquisite patisseries and fine teas in the Meridian Lounge, named after the Prime Meridian Line that runs through the hotel grounds.
Access The O2 for world-class entertainment via a unique private walkway that leads straight from the hotel into the famous venue, before relaxing in your modern room with its dreamy king size bed and granite bathroom
DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich
A former 1940s police section house, this DoubleTree hotel in Greenwich is now among the area's quirkiest.
Enjoy a drink in the cosy bar, marvel at aerial images of Greenwich in the bedrooms, and wake up to great views of the London skyline in the DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich’s deluxe rooms on higher floors. A warm chocolate-chip cookie also awaits you at check-in.
Good Hotel London
Step aboard a floating hotel at Royal Victoria Dock with Good Hotel London. Pulled across the North Sea from Amsterdam in 2016, this Greenwich hotel’s chic interior, furnished and accessorised by leading designers, reflects its Dutch industrial roots.
Sample local beers and food in the communal Living Room, satisfied with the knowledge that every effort has been made to ensure your meal is created from sustainable ingredients, locally sourced where possible. Or head to the rooftop bar to enjoy striking views of the city with a delicious cocktail in hand.
What’s more, when you visit this hotel you help the local community — Good Hotel provides jobs, skills and training for the local unemployed. The hotel also gives all its profits to charitable causes, including a Guatemalan NGO partner that facilitates the education of more than 500 students in poor rural communities.
Aloft London Excel
Relax by the pool or enjoy live music with cocktails at the W XYZ bar at Aloft London Excel, a boutique hotel in London inspired by sociable loft living.
The hotel’s lively atmosphere is complemented by eclectic contemporary decor and generously sized rooms. Kids can enjoy in-room camping on free extra mattresses, while everyone can sing their hearts out in the karaoke room for hire. Four-legged friends are welcome to join the fun.
Experience a slice of old-school elegance on the Sunborn London yacht hotel at Royal Victoria Dock. A unique luxury hotel in London, its plush rooms are spacious and quiet, while its river-facing private balconies and terraces boast stunning views of the water.
Relax with a treatment in the spa, or grab a cocktail at the bar and enjoy the vistas of Canary Wharf, The O2 and the Emirates Air Line cable car.
The Pilot Greenwich
Gig-goers can dance back to The Pilot Greenwich from The O2, as it’s just a 10-minute walk away.
The 200-year-old building is one of the oldest on the Greenwich Peninsula. Its quirky boutique hotel rooms feature record-cover wall art and Polaroid wallpaper, and the adjacent cottages were the backdrop for Blur’s Parklife video.
De Vere Devonport House
Discover maritime history at De Vere Devonport House hotel in Greenwich.
Behind its beautiful Georgian red-brick facade are airy rooms with original features and tall windows. Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Hardy’s grave can also be found on hotel grounds.
Staycity Aparthotels Greenwich High Road
Close to Greenwich DLR station, the Staycity Aparthotels Greenwich High Road hotel offers an urban-chic take on self-catering stays.
Take your pick from a range of modern rooms and apartments, featuring rainfall showers, free wifi and well-equipped kitchenettes. You’ll also be able to pick up local produce and craft beers from nearby Greenwich Market.
Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf
It’s close to Canary Wharf with free shuttle buses running to the district each morning. Or you can choose to relax in the East River Spa after a busy day exploring Greenwich.