Belvedere Road (0.1 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
London County Hall Westminster Brid (0.2 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
With fantastic views of Big Ben and the River Thames this historic 5-star Marriott hotel features a swimming pool. Its spacious rooms include luxurious bathrobes and Egyptian cotton sheets. Guests get free Wi-Fi in the public areas.
1 Addington Street (0.2 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
Located on London's South Bank this modern and family-friendly hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the River Thames and London Eye. The Park Plaza County Hall London offers a bar gym and a restaurant.
York Road Waterloo (0.3 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
(0.4 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
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.
2 Whitehall Court (0.4 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
Between the River Thames and Trafalgar Square this 4-star hotel has a mix of history and modern style. It has a restaurant the gym is open and river views.
57 Whitehall (0.5 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
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.
Whitehall Place (0.5 km from lastminute.com London Eye)
The Corinthia London is located just steps from Trafalgar Square and Whitehall. It features restaurants bars a florist and London's spa. Spacious air-conditioned rooms have décor blending the hotel’s 1885 character with amenities.
The lastminute.com London Eye is one of the most iconic sights in London, offering stunning panoramic views across the city and beyond. Located on the banks of the Thames River in South Bank, this giant 443-foot Ferris wheel has 32 air-conditioned capsules that each hold up to 25 people.
Visitors can enjoy a bird's eye view of some of London’s best-known landmarks, such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. Each capsule takes thirty minutes to complete one full rotation and provides an unparalleled experience for sightseers.
As well as being a great way to see much of London from above, it is also an incredibly popular attraction with over 3 million visitors every year. The London Eye has become symbolic in British culture; representing progress, innovation and modernity.