29 Nimmanhemin Road Soi.17Chiang Ma (0.2 km from Churchill War Rooms)
(0.3 km from Churchill War Rooms)
Bright 2 Bedroom Flat in Central London offers accommodations in London. The kitchen is fitted with a dishwasher and an oven. A TV is provided.
21 Tothill St (0.3 km from Churchill War Rooms)
33 Tothill Street (0.3 km from Churchill War Rooms)
Located in the capital's iconic Westminster district The Sanctuary House Hotel is less than 5 minutes' walk from historic Westminster Abbey the famous Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
22-28 Broadway (0.4 km from Churchill War Rooms)
Set just steps from St James's Park Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament Conrad London St. James features a prestigious historic facade and a classic contemporary interior which showcases stunning art and locally inspired design.
15 Dacre St (0.4 km from Churchill War Rooms)
57 Whitehall (0.4 km from Churchill War Rooms)
Featuring a bar Raffles London at The OWO is located in the center of London a 1-minute walk from Banqueting House. Each room at the 5-star hotel has city views and guests can enjoy access to an indoor pool and a sauna.
(0.5 km from Churchill War Rooms)
Historic Whitehall flat in SW1 by UnderTheDoormat is located in London just a 8-minute walk from Houses of Parliament and 600 yards from Trafalgar Square. This apartment features an elevator and free Wifi.
The Churchill War Rooms London is a unique museum and heritage site located in central London. It has preserved the historic rooms deep beneath Whitehall where British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, along with his war cabinet, directed Britain’s wartime activities during World War II.
This underground labyrinth gives visitors an insight into how events unfolded on the world stage during this turbulent time in history. It was also where Churchill crafted some of his most famous speeches, including ‘We shall fight them on the beaches’ and ‘This was their finest hour’.
Inside the museum, you can explore top-secret documents and maps, as well as visit interactive displays which show how intelligence gathering worked during WWII.
You can also view multimedia displays that recreate key moments of the conflict and see original artefacts from the period such as ration books, newspapers and telephones used by Churchill himself.