Eurotraveller Hotel Premier Tower Bridge3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is good value for money. We went with our 2 children and the rooms were very spacious. The staff are friendly and relaxed. The hotel itself is a 30 minute walk from Tower Bridge although there are buses every 12 minutes (nearest tube Elephant and Castle). There are 2 restaurants next door, both Latin, both serve enormous portions. We went to both on different nights. The one further away from the hotel is the better one (they are literally next door to each other). This hotel is a great option if you want to avoid the expensive hotels nearer the sights and are prepared to either walk or take buses/tubes.
Did not realise this is too far to walk to the city but jumped on a london bus outside the hotel straight to trafalgar square for a night out in the city. We had a great time and caught the bus back too all for £1.90!! the hotel was quiet clean and comfortable the reception staff and bar staff were excellent could not do enough for you and were a credit to the hotel.
Sceptical at first due to reviews but can honestly say I had a surprise to find it really cosy and very clean at an above standard. Room on ground floor at the back could not hear any traffic so a peaceful nights sleep and bed was comfy for my back! Yes it's approx 20 min from tube can't complain I enjoy a walk ... and very cheap prices hence why it's not in central London!!! Would def recommend and def would come back. Tea coffee in room along with fridge, safe, hairdryer and ironing board.
Where should I start off with? The nearest underground is Elephant & Castle but then you have to walk 30 minutes maximum to the hotel. The hotel has buses near by thankfully. The beds are very uncomfortable which is difficult to sleep in. The air con is freezing cold so I recommend you don't use it unless you want to freeze to death. The staff are polite and the hotel is clean. But I won't be coming back due to the fact the beds were uncomfortable and I didn't realise how far out the hotel is comparing to the attractions where (tower of London, V&A.... For example)
We arrived by train into London Paddington and caught the tube to elephant and castle. After reading reviews we decided to see how far the walk was from here to the hotel and it felt a lot longer than what most people had described and not through the nicest part of London. This was probably the biggest downfall of the hotel and is not practical if you are wanting to catch tubes around London. However there was a bus stop a 2 minute walk away which took you directly into London and was a 24 hour bus so ended up using that. The hotel itself was quite modern looking on the inside but wasn't much to look at from the outside. The room had tiled flooring which came as a surprise and gave it quite a holiday vibe. The bed was extremely comfy and the room was very clean. The only problem we experienced was the water system, as our shower was not very powerful and changed temperature while you were in it, the drinking tap dripped and the tap had an unusual flow, however none of these effected our stay too much. I would however point out the hotel lies on a very busy road and kept me quite awake at night due to the sirens and the volume of traffic but for the price I was happily surprised overall.
We stayed one night in June 2017. We were very pleasantly surprised as some mixed reviews. We had requested a quiet room and got one on third floor at back of hotel, No road noise. The room was clean, a good size and had tea making facility, safe, fridge and air con. The bar area and dining room were pleasant and modern, lifts to all floors, and the staff were friendly and helpful. The car park is behind the hotel, easy to find and has designated spaces, very secure. The cost of car park was £25 for 24 hours which I think is reasonable.I would definitely return as it is in a good location too.
We had weekend break in London with children. We are family of 5. We booked family room which consists with one double bed and 2 single bed. The room was a good size, the beds are enough for our family. Generally it is very clean and pleasant hotel for an over night stay. There is not loads of entertainments around the hotel or at the hotel. There are few restaurants but they are of an acquired taste. There are fews small convenient shops around hotel which is very handy for us. The location of the hotel is actually on A2 not central London. It is quite out of town ( on the other side of the river ) Commuting from hotel to central London is however very easy with many options to choose buses, underground, taxi or shared bicycles. It will take good 45 minutes to get from hotel to Victoria Station. All in all, I gave it 7 out of 10. Good value for money 💰
Stayed 3 nights room clean tidy had mini fridge,safe,air conditioner with controller and wifi all included in price.staff were friendly and the whole hotel was spotless,about a 15 minute slow walk from tube but easy to find would definitely use again.
I booked this place for my partner and me and our mother in law to spend here one night before leaving the UK. I booked and then read the reviews here on Trip Advisor, and got worried as some of them are quite bad (of naked people walking around at night, no wifi in rooms, horribly small rooms,no shower, no functioning toilet etc.etc.). I was even considering booking another place, but we gave it a try as it was for us comfortable located out of personal reasons. When we arrived we were positively surprised that the reviews did not apply to our experience at all. The hotel is located in a normal part of town, its not the most up-scale neighborhood but as others also said here, for ca 100GBP for 3 people which we paid, you simply cannot expect the Ritz Carlton or any luxury hotel in the best part of town for such a price. London Bridge and Borough Market is 20 min walk away, which is absolutely not far and Tower Bridge will be about the same to walk to, we don't mind to walk a bit so this is really not a problem especially if you are there anyways as a tourist and have time to explore. There are also buses going and the area is not scary or anything. Reception was functional and quick with checking us in, our room (a 4 people room which we had for us 3) was facing the backyard. Windows were not to be opened, but the aircondition worked perfectly for us. We were able to get a good cool air stream. Flatscreen TV, coffee/tea facilities were there, room was very clean, beds were clean, bathroom was clean, shower worked and hot water worked fine, soaps and toiletries were offered. It was very quiet and no disturbances at all. Wifi works very well, also in our room. And it was free of charge for unlimited devices. Very good price for London and the room was perfect for us. We consider for this price its a very good option, if you would like pure luxury, you could try the Shangri La at the Shard for like a 1000 USD a night, but in this category this hotel is perfect.
FIRST. Please do not mix this hotel up with a Premier Inn as it is far from it. It is not a hotel from that well known chain nor is it a premier standard hotel. It is a basic cheap hotel and you get what you pay for or even less. Check in was easy, breakfast explained and we were pointed in the direction of the lifts. The room was clean . Towels provided were clean and toiletries provided consisted of 3 mini bars of soap and some plastic cups on the sink. The staff at check in were helpful and provided a sheet of paper with bus numbers and routes which was very useful - the bus stop is not far. The cover on the quilt was ripped and the sheets did not properly fit the mattress. They kept moving on the ill fitting mattress protector and ended up in a pile on the bed. We had a disturbed night on the first night, not because of traffic noise but because of a naked man running around knocking loudly on room doors and trying the handles...... a call to reception and the said gentleman was whisked away with a pillow to cover his modesty. The hotel staff were very not at all forthcoming the next morning regarding what had happened and different stories from different members of staff. Apparently there was meant to be security cctv...... my question : how did night staff miss a naked man walking around the hotel for about an hour. We received no adequate explanation for what had happened and no apology. Second night sleep was fine but I was awakened on the Sunday morning by the sound of somebody vomiting outside in the hotel corridor. Sad to say the vomit was still there a couple of hours later !!! This hotel is what it is meant to be cheap and cheerful however I would not recommend it to any lone female travellers. £5.00 at Ozzi's cafe ( just two doors up) does get you a full English with a mug of tea, pleasant service and very nice it is too
- Close to London City Hall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Bermondsey within a mile (2 km) of London City Hall, Eurotraveller Hotel Premier Tower Bridge is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as London Bridge. This 53-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Tower of London and St. Paul's Cathedral are also nearby.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 9 AM.
All 53 air-conditioned rooms feature coffee makers, safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find flat-screen TVs and stay connected with free WiFi.
Eurotraveller Hotel Premier Tower Bridge features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and express check-out. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and securing valuables.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
51% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 335 reviews