Docklands based hotel featuring guestrooms and apartments
Found opposite the ExCel exhibition centre in the Docklands region of the city, the Custom House Hotel London is not only suitable for those visiting the city for pleasure but also ideal for those travelling for business purposes.
The rejuvenated London Docklands district is now one of the primary business districts in the city. As such its a popular destination for those in the city for business. Close to London City Airport, a mostly private airport, as well as Canary Wharf and Canada Water, this is a well place business hotel.
Consisting of individual rooms or more spacious apartments, this 3-star establishment caters for those staying for a short or long duration. Rooms include en-suite bathroom facilities with power showers (but no bath), satellite television with on-demand movies in high definition, telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Apartments are available with one or two bedrooms, and include a number of additional features. As well as television and telephone, these are equipped with a kitchenette, safe, complimentary toiletries, and high speed internet access. Daily house-keeping, 24 hour reception, and onsite car parking services are all available.
A number of eateries are available for guests looking to dine. The Custom House Caf offers light snacks in the relaxed atmosphere. The Custom House Pub and Kitchen serves both light snacks and larger meals. The Ho Lee Chinese Restaurant provides the best in Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese cuisine. Breakfast is also available.
Three meeting and conference rooms can be found within the Custom House Hotel London. Each of these rooms, all named after a famous ship (HMS Belfast, Cutty Sark, and Mary Rose), offers top-quality amenities as well as diverse functions and layouts. Delegates working from these rooms are entitled to use the Silver Bar and Restaurant, where dining and drinking can be conducted in private.
Whilst the hotel is excellent for business travellers, its also conveniently located for tourists and leisure travellers. The O2, a large indoor arena and undercover shopping district, is only a short distance away. Here a host of sporting and music events take place regularly. The building also houses a wide variety of restaurants and bars, as well as a cinema.
The Custom House station, which links the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) line to the city centre, offers visitors easy access to the city of London and the underground railway service. Tourists should alight at Tower Gateway where they can visit the historic Tower of London, as well as Tower Bridge. A fantastic attraction found in this area is the Jack the Ripper tour. Its a little offbeat but enjoyable, as youre led around the East End looking at crime scenes from the 19th century.
Underground connections also mean that hotel guests can be in the heart of the city in a short period of time. Whatever the attraction guests are looking to see, this short journey will put you right at its doorstep. Theatreland, Westminster, Oxford Street, all London museums, and the many city parks are also readily accessible from the Custom House Hotel London.