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11 Southwark Street, London Bridge, London, SE1 1RQ, United Kingdom.

Our luxury apartments at London Bridge are ideal for all types of accommodation requirements from a long weekend to an extended stay of up to six months or more.

 

The apartments are truly a home from home and lend themselves effortlessly to our guests whose accommodation needs are for longer periods. Beautifully appointed, they are perfectly located only a few moments from the major transport hub of London Bridge where you can be on the tube or national rail network in minutes. Perfect for stays in London whether you’re on business or leisure or both! The bustling Southbank is within easy walking distance. You can ride the London Eye and visit the iconic Tate Modern or take a cruise down the Thames to Tower Bridge and take in the Tower of London. Bus connections and a bike hire station are right outside but don’t let that stop you from walking to your office in London’s financial district because you might miss the sights and smells of the famous Borough Market.

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Hop Art House Serviced Apartments
11 Southwark Street,
London Bridge,
London,
SE1 1RQ,
United Kingdom.

Directions

By Road

Approaching Hop Art House from the A200 East

If approaching Hop Art House on the A200 (Tooley Street) from the east, turn left onto Borough high street and continue for 0.1 miles. You will pass London Bridge Railway Station on your right, after 360 ft turn a slight right onto Southwark Street and Hop Art House is located 300ft down this road on the left hand side. 

Approaching Hop Art House from the A10 North

If approaching Hop Art House on the A10 (Bishops Gate) from the north, head south west towards Devonshire Row for 0.3 miles. Continue onto Gracechurch Street (A1213) for 0.2 miles, and then turn left onto King William Street (A3) and cross London Bridge. Once you are on the south bank of the Thames, steer right onto Southwark Street and Hop Art House is located 300ft down this road on the left hand side. 

Approaching Hop Art House from the A3 South

If approaching Hop Art House on the A3 from the south, continue north till you reach the round-a-bout next to Elephant and Castle tube station. At the round-a-bout take the second exit onto Newington Causeway (A3) and continue on this road for 0.8 miles. Then take a slight left onto Borough High Street and follow this road for 260ft. Shortly after you see Borough tube station on your right hand side you will take a left turn down Southwark Street and Hop Art House is located 300ft down this road on the left hand side. 

Approaching Hop Art House from the A3203 West

If approaching Hop Art House on the A3203 from the west, follow the road across Westminster Bridge and continue for 0.2 miles. Then turn left onto Borough Road and continue for 0.2 miles and take a left onto Southwark Bridge Road. Continue for 0.2 miles then make a right onto Union Street; take the first left onto O’Meara Street; then a right onto Southwark Street and Hop Art House is located 300ft down this road on the left hand side.

Parking: Secure car parking is available next door to the building at the rate of £12 per day. The Car park is open from 6am to 7pm. There is metered parking on the street opposite the entrance to Hop Art House. Street parking is currently free after 6.30pm.

By Taxi

Simply ask the taxi driver to take you to Hop Art House, 11 Southwark Street, SE1 1RQ.

 

By Underground

Several stations are located within a short walk of the apartments. London Bridge (5 min walk), Borough (6 min walk) and Southwark (13 min walk) are the nearest and provide a number of connections across London. 

By Bus

Southwark is well served by several bus routes, some of which offer a 24-hour service.

From the Airports

London Heathrow

We advise guests to take the Jubilee line from London Bridge (North) and change at Baker Street onto the Bakerloo Line (North) to Paddington, which takes 27 minutes. The Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect rail services run frequently from London Paddington directly to the airport. This is the fastest route to the airport, but guests can also take the underground from London Bridge to Heathrow directly via the Jubilee and Piccadilly lines. 

London Gatwick

Guests can take a direct train from Gatwick Airport Station to London Bridge which takes 50 minutes. Guests could also take the Gatwick Express to London Victoria which takes just 30 minutes and then take the underground to London Bridge.

London Stansted

Stansted Express train services are available from Liverpool Street station, a 20-minute walk or short bus journey from Hop Art House Serviced Apartments. The Stansted Express takes 47 minutes from London to Stansted Airport. 

London Luton

London Luton is connected by direct train routes from London Bridge and Elephant and Castle stations. The train from London Bridge takes just over an hour. 

The perfect accommodation to be near the City and all of the exciting attractions the Southbank has to offer.

Modern design meets Victorian style to create loft apartments that are comfortable, homely and ideal for any length of stay in London. The apartments provide the feeling of relaxing at home rather than just feeling like a guest. And like all Allstay Apartments, the apartments at London Bridge come complete with a fully fitted kitchen, designer furnishings, including washer/dryer, fridge/freezer and dishwasher plus all the utensils you will need. 

Room TypeDescriptionPrice
1 Bedroom ApartmentSleeps up to 2 persons: 1 double bed.

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Please call for one night only stays.

2 Bedroom ApartmentSleeps up to 4 persons: 2 double beds.For best available rates, use the Reservation Form >>
Please call for one night only stays.
2 Bedroom Penthouse with Shard viewSleeps up to 4 persons: 2 double beds.

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Please call for one night only stays.

DEPOSIT: A £100 damage deposit is taken prior to check-in. This is fully refundable within 48 hours of check-out provided there is no damage and the key is safely returned to the key safe.

CHECK-IN: Hop Art House operates a self check-in process. We will email you your check-in instructions 2 days prior to your arrival. Please call our help desk on 0203 465 9100 if you have any further questions. Check-in is from 3pm on the day of your arrival. Early check-in is possible from 12 noon and is charged at £50. Check-out is 10am on the day of your departure. Late check-out at 1pm is possible and charged at £50. We will require either a copy of your passport or photo ID or driving license 72 hours prior to your arrival.

To arrange a viewing call our reservations team on +44 (0) 203 465 9100.

One Bedroom Apartment

The living space is beautifully styled with lots of natural light. There is plenty of space with access to a private roof terrace for outdoor living or perhaps a private viewing platform to the awesome Shard. The kitchen provides everything that you need within the ultra chic white lines and polished concrete flooring with under-floor heating. Excellent quality appliances are at your disposal to create a delightful environment for relaxing or stylish entertaining. 

The bedroom has access to a further, gorgeous outdoor space with views towards the London Eye. There is plenty of storage for clothes and personal effects. Like all the bedrooms in this building the mattresses are top quality so you are guaranteed a peaceful and comfortable sleep. 

The large bathroom offers the convenience of a quick shower or the luxury of taking a long soak within harmonious surroundings. There is a heated towel rail and lots of clever storage behind the mirrors. You will be delighted by the flattering lighting and quality sanitaryware.

Two Bedroom Apartment

Follow the connecting hallway to the end where the space opens out into a beautifully styled loft living area. The large, triple glazed windows make the room peaceful with lots of natural light. There is plenty of space with access to a private roof terrace. The kitchen provides everything that you need within the ultra chic white lines and polished concrete flooring with under-floor heating. Excellent quality appliances are at your disposal to create a delightful environment for relaxing or stylish entertaining. Choose between sitting at a dining table or an informal breakfast bar for meals. 

Relax in the lounge and feel right at home among the designer furnishings. You can shut out the world with wall to wall window coverings or invite the excitement of London in with the sites and sounds of fast paced London living. There is a TV and complimentary Wifi, everything is provided to make sure you are as comfortable as possible.

The master bedroom has a beautifully appointed en-suite shower room. There is plenty of storage for clothes and personal effects in both bedrooms. Like all the beds in this building the double mattresses are of the highest quality so you are guaranteed a peaceful and comfortable sleep. 

The bathroom offers the convenience of a quick shower or the luxury of taking a long soak within harmonious surroundings. There is a heated towel rail and lots of clever storage behind the mirrors. You will be delighted by the flattering lighting and quality sanitaryware.

Two Bedroom Penthouse with Shard view

The ultimate in luxury, situated on the top floor of the building over two levels with breathtaking panoramic views across London and fantastic south facing terrace which has a view of The Shard (Europe's tallest building). The kitchen and living space is upstairs while the bedrooms and bathrooms are on the entrance level. The lighting throughout is beautifully designed so you can set your mood.

The bedrooms have double beds and polished concrete flooring with under-floor heating. Like all the bedrooms in this building the mattresses are of the highest quality so you are guaranteed a peaceful and comfortable sleep. There is a dressing area behind the cleverly designed dividing wardrobe. Access to a choice of front and back, beautifully lit outside spaces provide plenty of opportunity to have an alfresco morning coffee or a nightcap in the evening.

The bathroom offers the convenience of a quick shower or the luxury of taking a long soak within harmonious surroundings. There is a heated towel rail and lots of clever storage behind the mirrors. You will be delighted by the flattering lighting and high quality sanitaryware.

The stylish stairs lead up to the living area where you will instantly feel right at home and on top of the world. The lounge area has everything you need with plenty of space for entertaining. There is access to a delightful outside terrace to further increase the private space and enjoy the views to the Shard. Wood flooring gives a feeling of warmth and comfort.  The impressive open plan kitchen / dining space has everything you need to prepare a gastronomic feast with quality appliances in a chic gloss white design.

Features

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • LCD TV (DVD on request)
  • Fully fitted luxury kitchen with high spec appliances throughout
  • Elevator to all floors
  • Hairdryer
  • Full centrally controlled underfloor heating thorughout
  • All bathrooms have towel warming radiators
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Cot/high chair (on request)
  • Weekly cleaning service for stays of 7 nights or more

 

 

                          Nearby

                          • Borough Market: 2 Minutes Walk
                          • The Shard: 4 Minutes Walk
                          • Guy's Hospital: 5 Minutes Walk
                          • The London Eye: 30 Minutes Walk
                          • Tate Modern: 15 Minutes Walk
                          • Shakespeare's Globe: 10 Minutes Walk
                          • London Bridge: 5 Minutes Walk
                          • London Dungeon: 5 Minutes Walk

                           

                          The Tower of London

                          Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, more commonly known as the Tower of London, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, England. It lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, separated from the eastern edge of the City of London by the open space known as Tower Hill.

                          It was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. The White Tower, which gives the entire castle its name, was built by William the Conqueror in 1078, and was a resented symbol of oppression, inflicted upon London by the new ruling elite. The castle was used as a prison since at least 1100, although that was not its primary purpose. A grand palace early in its history, it served as a royal residence. As a whole, the Tower is a complex of several buildings set within two concentric rings of defensive walls and a moat. There were several phases of expansion, mainly under Kings Richard the Lionheart, Henry III, and Edward I in the 12th and 13th centuries. The general layout established by the late 13th century remains despite later activity on the site.

                          The Tower of London has played a prominent role in English history. It was besieged several times and controlling it has been important to controlling the country. The Tower has served variously as an armoury, a treasury, a menagerie, the home of the Royal Mint, a public records office, and the home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. From the early 14th century until the reign of Charles II, a procession would be led from the Tower to Westminster Abbey on the coronation of a monarch. In the absence of the monarch, the Constable of the Tower is in charge of the castle. This was a powerful and trusted position in the medieval period. In the late 15th century the castle was the prison of the Princes in the Tower. Under the Tudors, the Tower became used less as a royal residence, and despite attempts to refortify and repair the castle its defences lagged behind developments to deal with artillery.

                          The peak period of the castle's use as a prison was the 16th and 17th centuries, when many figures fallen into disgrace, such as Elizabeth I before she became queen, were held within its walls. This use has led to the phrase "sent to the Tower". Despite its enduring reputation as a place of torture and death, popularised by 16th-century religious propagandists and 19th-century writers, only seven people were executed within the Tower before the World Wars of the 20th century. Executions were more commonly held on the notorious Tower Hill to the north of the castle, with 112 occurring there over a 400-year period. In the latter half of the 19th century, institutions such as the Royal Mint moved out of the castle to other locations, leaving many buildings empty. Anthony Salvin and John Taylor took the opportunity to restore the Tower to what was felt to be its medieval appearance, clearing out many of the vacant post-medieval structures. In the First and Second World Wars, the Tower was again used as a prison, and witnessed the executions of 12 men for espionage. After the wars, damage caused during the Blitz was repaired and the castle reopened to the public. Today the Tower of London is one of the country's most popular tourist attractions. It is cared for by the charity Historic Royal Palaces and is protected as a World Heritage Site.

                          Tower Bridge

                          Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London, England, over the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name. It has become an iconic symbol of London.

                          The bridge consists of two towers which are tied together at the upper level by means of two horizontal walkways which are designed to withstand the horizontal forces exerted by the suspended sections of the bridge on the landward sides of the towers. The vertical component of the forces in the suspended sections and the vertical reactions of the two walkways are carried by the two robust towers. The bascule pivots and operating machinery are housed in the base of each tower. The bridge's present colour dates from 1977 when it was painted red, white and blue for the Queen's Silver Jubilee. Originally it was painted a chocolate brown colour.

                          The nearest London Underground station is Tower Hill on the Circle and District Lines, and the nearest Docklands Light Railway station is Tower Gateway.

                          Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London, England, over the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name. It has become an iconic symbol of London.

                          City Hall, London Mayor's Office

                          City Hall is part of the More London development located between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, on the south bank of the Thames. The GLA is leasing City Hall for 25 years. It was designed by Foster and Partners, one of Britain's leading architects, whose design brief was to create a building for the GLA that would become a new landmark for the capital.

                          A green building. This striking rounded glass building also has many features that make it environmentally friendly, including solar panels on the roof.

                          London South Bank

                          South Bank is an area of London, England located immediately adjacent to the south bank of the River Thames. It forms a long and narrow section of riverside development that is within the London Borough of Lambeth and partly in the London Borough of Southwark. It developed much more slowly than the north bank of the river due to adverse conditions, and throughout its history has twice functioned as an entertainment district, separated by a hundred years of use as a location for industry. Change to the current use of the South Bank began in 1917 with the construction of County Hall at Lambeth and the Festival of Britain in 1951 redefined the area as a place for arts and entertainment. It now forms a significant tourist district in central London which stretches from the Design Museum in the east to the London Eye in the west. A series of central London bridges connect the South Bank to North London, including the more recent Golden Jubilee and Millennium pedestrian bridges.


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