citizenM was a cool hotel with a reasonable price, so I would definitely stay there again. Rooms are small but make good use of the space and are comfortable. The free WiFi and movies are a nice touch and take away that feeling of being nickled and dimed that you get at many other large chain hotels.
Rob from Toronto, Canada
Located in the heart of London, this hotel is within walking distance of Tate Modern and Globe Theatre. Also nearby are …More
Very nice and bright rooms in a refurbished inn by Wimbledon Common. Only a few rooms but these are well appointed and there is free Wifi for guests.
The food served in the restaurant/pub is very good and there is a good selection of drinks, including real ale. Staff are very helpful and professional.
Location is a few minutes walk from Wimbledon Village and another 10 minutes from Wimbledon train and tube station, from where you can be in Central London in 20 to 30 minutes.
Alan from Wirral
This inn is located in London (Wimbledon), close to Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon Tennis Club, and Wimbledon Lawn Tennis …More
Really friendly staff, excellent facilities and well designed, well furnished and really clean and comfortable rooms. Decent restaurant menu & good bar meal menu. Breakfast was huge but a wee bit expensive. Short walk to tube was spoilt a bit by poor condition of footway, something the council should sort out.
With culture and restaurants in the immediate Blackfriars and Southwark areas; the latest events on the famed South Bank and …More
Stayed for a family wedding at the Royal Naval College which was a 10-15 minute walk or 5 mins by taxi. Hotel staff excellent and all staff helpful and friendly. Rooms are small - not unusual for London. Hotel is modern, clean and has good public rooms. Breakfast was good and we paid £10 by booking on arrival. Will definitely recommend for a London stay as links to DLR at Deptford Bridge no more than a couple of minutes away.
Lorri from London
Welcome to the unique Mercure London Greenwich. This former police "Section House" and winner of the 1946 RIBA Bronze award …More