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Our London Bridge serviced apartments have been decorated to a very high corporate standard and include a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and washer/dryer.
Choose between one and two bedrooms depending on your group size - one of the two-bedroom apartments has an additional single bedroom that can sleep up to five, perfect for a bigger family size booking. One apartment also has access to a private balcony that extends across the bedrooms. This is on the top floor of the accommodation.
The open-plan living area of each serviced apartment features a dining table, lounging area and a 42-inch Smart TV. There’s also a private rooftop terrace that overlooks the iconic Shard, the tallest building in the United Kingdom.
London Bridge underground and train station is 3 minutes walk away, offering onward travel around London and beyond.
Enjoy superb London lifestyle at this serviced apartment from Viridian Apartments, right in the heart of the capital and directly opposite the More London development.
Location: Tooley Street
Stretching between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, this is one of the capital’s oldest areas. It’s one of the busiest too, with all genres of entertainment found right on your doorstep, including a huge variety of restaurants, bars and numerous cultural landmarks. Get the full Elizabethan era experience by going aboard the Golden Hinde, a 16th-century reconstruction of Sir Francis Drake’s Galleon; or visit Shakespeare’s Globe, a reconstruction of the playhouse for which renowned bard wrote his plays. While here, explore modern and contemporary art at the Tate Modern, with immersive installations in the iconic Turbine Hall. History buffs will also enjoy a tour of the nine decks of HMS Belfast, a warship that survived World War 2; or head across Tower Bridge to the iconic Tower of London, a World Heritage Site where you can explore the castle and meet the famous ravens that guard the tower. And of course, you can take in the city skyline at the Shard, London’s highest public viewing gallery.
Once a delivery dock for international shipments, The Hays Galleria - a redeveloped wharf, has now become a shopping complex, exuding its history in its glass-roofed walkway. With a range of permanent stores as well as stalls, you can find everything from children’s designer wear to a refreshingly cool beverage. Take the Jubilee line and get to London's most popular shopping district, Oxford Street, or take a trip to the high-end hotspot shopping centre, Harrods. Foodies should head to famous Borough Market to stock up on amazing produce to enjoy in your apartment, or sample divine food from the many stalls inside this historic building. Borough Market is one of the largest and oldest food markets in the capital and has a long heritage – there’s been a market on the site dating back to the twelfth century!
You will truly be spoiled for choice when it comes to food and drink, with so many varied and exciting restaurants in the immediate area. A great coffee shop just 2 minutes from your apartment is Harris + Hoole, serving seasonally sourced, single origin coffee. Within a couple of minutes’ walk of your apartment you’ll find a wide range of lunch and dinner options: Plants of Roselyn is the place to go for plant-based authentic Thai cuisine; Flat Iron London Bridge is an industrial-chic steak restaurant; Pizza Pilgrims is a pizzeria housed in a beautiful archway under London Bridge station, offering outside seating and creative toppings; and Santo Remedio is a Mexican restaurant offering a cool take on traditional street food in gorgeous, bright surrounds. For something special, head to one of the restaurants housed in the Shard, or try the sophisticated South African cuisine on offer at Vivat Bacchus.
Again, being so centrally located means you have plenty of options for your evening. Bars abound in this part of town, each with their own unique twist on a night out. Try retro-styled Electric Shuffle for drinks and shuffleboard games under the arches of London Bridge station. At Katzenjammers, lederhosen-clad staff will serve you Bavarian beers at wooden benches while a live oompah band entertains the beer hall. On Holyrood Street, Nine Lives is an amazing snug neighbourhood gem of a cocktail bar, offering brilliant drinks and a great soundtrack in a Victorian basement. And there are, of course, plenty of traditional pubs and taverns – The George, a 17th-century coaching inn, is one of London’s oldest pubs and featured in Charles Dickens’ Little Dorrit. Or for a drink with riverside views, head to the beer garden at The Anchor – it’s the sole survivor of the river taverns of Shakespeare’s day, having been rebuilt after the great fire of London.