DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich
Once a 1940s police headquarters, this beautiful landmark building is now home to a tranquil, elegant hotel with historic charm. The likes of the Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory are just a short walk away, and the busy business district of Canary Wharf is easily accessible on the Docklands Light Railway.
- Arriving in London9.8 km from London St Pancras Int’l
- While you are in London1.1 km from Cutty Sark
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- Great desserts & fruits
- Friendly service
- Air conditioning
- Business services
- Car parking
- Coffee/tea making facilities
- Concierge and porterage facilities
- Disabled facilities
- Internet access
- Laundry facilities
- Room service
- Television and games
Your stay begins with a warm chocolate chip cookie at check-in and once you arrive in your room, you’ll find a 13” HD TV, coffee maker and a laptop-sized safe, with 24-hour room service. Upgrade to a suite and you’ll have a view of London and Greenwich Park, as well as a mini bar, high ceilings and a seating area. When you’re feeling peckish, head to the hotel’s Restaurant Oasis 01, a lovingly restored shooting gallery serving dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, or Oasis Bar & Lounge for cocktails, Champagne or a light lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. You’ll also enjoy a unique perspective on the city from the viewing deck, overlooking all of London.
If you’re looking for a peaceful base from which to explore the city, Greenwich is a great location. From the hotel, you can walk to the Cutty Sark historic ship and the National Maritime Museum in 15 minutes, Greenwich Market and The Royal Observatory in 25 minutes and Central London is just a 20 minute train or Docklands Light Railway ride away.
Our hints & tips
This hotel started out life as an old police training office - they even carried out shooting practice in the cellar!
The rooms here are very light, clean and modern. For a nod to the past, don't forget to check out your history of Greenwich on the back of your bathroom door.
For a traditionally British treat, relax and enjoy afternoon tea in the bar and restaurant.