40 Trinity Square (0.1 km from Tower of London)
citizenM Tower of London is located directly above Tower Hill Underground Station. Offering spectacular views on the river Thames Tower of London and Tower Bridge citizenM offers 370 luxury fitted rooms and a food and beverages available 24/7.
Ten Trinity Square (0.1 km from Tower of London)
Offering 2 restaurants and spa Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is located 656 feet from Tower of London. All of the elegant rooms offer 24-hour in-room dining city views and are fitted with a private marble bathroom.
10 Pepys Street (0.1 km from Tower of London)
Novotel Tower Bridge is set in London’s City district just 5 minutes’ walk from the Tower of London. It offers spacious stylish rooms and a fitness center with a steam bath.
(0.1 km from Tower of London)
Large & Central 2BD Flat - Tower Hill is located in London just 1.4 miles from London Bridge and 2.5 miles from Canada Water Tube Station. Popular points of interest nearby include Brick Lane St Paul's Cathedral and London Bridge Tube Station.
100 Minories London (0.1 km from Tower of London)
Boasting a bar terrace and sweeping views of Tower Bridge The Tower of London and the River Thames Tower Suites by Blue Orchid is located in London less than 1640 feet from the Tower of London.
Pepys Street (0.1 km from Tower of London)
Located just a 9-minute walk from the Tower of London and a 6-minute stroll from the iconic Gherkin Still Life Tower Hill Executive offers self-catering accommodations in the heart of central London.
13-17 Byward Street (0.2 km from Tower of London)
Tower Residences by Blue Orchid is a recently renovated condo hotel in the center of London a 5-minute walk from Tower of London and 400 yards from Sky Garden.
No 1 Seething Lane (0.2 km from Tower of London)
Ideally located in Central London on Seething Lane the 4-star Apex City of London Hotel is one of the city’s most stylish! With dreamy rooms and suites designed with you in mind comfort meets convenience here.
The Tower of London is an iconic and historic fortification located in the heart of London, England. It has served as a royal palace, prison, armory, and menagerie since its construction in 1078 under William the Conqueror. For centuries it has been a symbol of British power and authority, impressing both visitors and citizens with its grandeur and imposing presence.
The grounds of the Tower include several iconic buildings including the White Tower, Bloody Tower, Wakefield Tower, Lanthorn Tower, Middle Tower and Byward Tower, as well as many other structures such as St Thomas’s Tower and Beauchamp Tower which served various purposes over time.
Besides these impressive towers there is also a chapel dedicated to St Peter ad Vincula, a large moat that surrounds the castle walls and twenty-one acres of green grassy acreage for visitors to enjoy. Inside many of the towers visitors can find artifacts dating back hundreds of years that tell stories of famous prisoners such as Anne Boleyn or Guy Fawkes who were imprisoned here during their lifetimes.
Today this ancient site still stands tall above all others in London as a reminder that the past shapes our present.