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Doing business at London Bridge Hotel

There is something about the area around London Bridge that makes developers want to revitalise and adapt it to the modern era, time and time again.  The precedent was set almost 2,000 years ago with the establishment of Londinium by the Romans. Today it’s the development of London Bridge Quarter with the gravity defying London Shard at its centre, which has breathed new life into this vital outpost near the City of London, keeping the area relevant for 2015 and beyond.

Tucked away, five minutes’ walk from the mainline and underground stations of London Bridge, lies the independently run four star property, London Bridge Hotel offering contemporary, well-appointed rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout, daily newspapers and an approachable, friendly and efficient staff.  With a location that is easy to reach from all points of the UK, the hotel is the perfect venue for an important board meeting or a small to medium sized meeting, accommodating from six to 80 people in five different sized rooms from 16.5 sq m to 68 sq m. The thriving Quarter Bar and Lounge, offers an alternative venue for a one-on-one casual meeting (with a row of banquette seating if extra privacy is required) whilst the aptly named Londinium Restaurant is perfect place to unravel with their new comfort menu.   

Daily delegate rates start at just £62 per person (based on minimum numbers) and include: coffee and pastries on arrival, hot and cold refreshments throughout the day and an imaginative lunch with a modern twist served as a buffet in the conference room or a seated lunch in Londinium. Preferential rates are available for those who require overnight accommodation in one of the hotel’s 138 Deluxe and Executive rooms.  For those on secondment, three long stay apartments at reasonable rates are available.  

The meeting rooms are kitted out to the highest standards providing the latest audio-visual equipment, ISDN lines or IP Polycom video conferencing, complimentary high speed internet access, (both Wi-Fi and wired) and LED screens operated by touch control panels.

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